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At the foot of the statue is a large collection box for the donations of the worshippers.

Corea or Cho-senA (Arnold) Henry Savage-Landor

It is worthy of remark that a majority of these donations were made or received during the administration of President Smith.

Donations from interested colonists themselves increased the building fund considerably.

He promptly and truthfully denied all interest in the donations, but smiled wisely.

GraustarkGeorge Barr McCutcheon

This society hath been favoured with two donations; one the interest of 800l.

Ambassador Smith estimates that the American donations supported more than seven hundred thousand people for a month.

Most of the volumes in this library were donations from both laity and clergy, but mainly from the former.

I had received only £10 in donations, and thus I was £1 out of pocket on the day.

But this condition does not apply to donations by contract of marriage.'

The Golden DogWilliam Kirby

When did the donations for Marina and her children start to come in, do you recall the date?

Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy


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