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Croesus, his son, entered upon a career which reminds us of Solomon, the inheritor of the conquests of David.
Lady Clavering had certainly a competency, but the bulk of the property was left to Sir Edmund, the inheritor of the title.
The inheritor of feudal instincts wheeled and burst from the room, the preacher following more slowly but still determined.
WHEN 'BEAR CAT' WENT DRYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Richard was intended to be the inheritor of his mother's beautiful duchy of Aquitaine, where he spent most of his early years.
As soon as he had rallied from the shock this individual set about making plans to put himself in direct touch with the inheritor.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
The interest and the desire evoked the natural historian, the inheritor of the half-forgotten mantle of Pliny.
THE KINDRED OF THE WILDCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
It was arranged that this box should be sent to the residence of the inheritor of the property.
Shall any created being, inheritor of human defects, stand beside Eloah, clean in His sight?
The inheritor of such a fortune, like the inheritor of a ducal title, has an opportunity thrust upon him.
THE PROMISE OF AMERICAN LIFEHERBERT DAVID CROLY
We want the germinal idea that America, inheritor of the past, is the custodian of the future of humanity.

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