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Thereupon the Prince went to Westminster Abbey and conferred knighthood upon his companions.
The application to the Government for remuneration for benefits conferred on the public was unsuccessful.
A corporation has no lien on its stock for the indebtedness of the owner unless conferred by charter or statute.
They added that it would hardly be disputed that the Railways had on the whole conferred great benefits upon Ireland.
Because Social Covenanting, approved in Scripture, conferred descending obligation.
Upon the spot the president proposed that the marked respect of the Convention be conferred upon Madame Roland.
When authority is conferred on another to fill blanks it must be strictly followed.
Because of God's authority dictating it as a law, his will revealed conferred obligation.
A benefit conferred, in the honest, though mistaken, belief that such a promise is binding ought in justice to be restored.
Since they had met in secret Weirmarsh had made a flying visit to Brussels, where he had conferred with two friends of his.
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