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  • In any case, you can easily see that the real beneficiaries of the program—if I am able to attend—will be the students of Harrison High.†   (source)
  • Courtney Ignatio's family became the beneficiaries of their local church, whose members signed up to provide food or cleaning services on a different day of the week, a rotating schedule that would take them through June.†   (source)
  • After he'd sat watching Caroline's house like a voyeur, he'd called a lawyer in Pittsburgh and set up those beneficiary accounts.†   (source)
  • Kun Sokkea and her family aren't the only beneficiaries.†   (source)
  • Among the other beneficiaries of Doc's kindness at Pendleton was Ira Hayes.†   (source)
  • Through all those years of solitude she had lived in one of the tenements where she used to say the rosary against the wishes of its intended beneficiaries in the days of her youth.†   (source)
  • Mrs. Daneeka had been widowed cruelly again, but this time her grief was mitigated somewhat by a notification from Washington that she was sole beneficiary of her husband's $10,000 GI insurance policy, which amount was obtainable by her on demand.†   (source)
  • "And I'm one of those—a beneficiary?"†   (source)
  • On November 6, 1962, Teddy Kennedy is one of the first beneficiaries of the outcome of the defused crisis, sweeping into office as the newly elected U.S. senator from Massachusetts.†   (source)
  • I haven't found anybody among the beneficiaries who needed quick money, but that doesn't mean I won't."†   (source)
  • Frank's lawyer called me up several days ago to inform me, to my enormous astonishment, that I am the chief beneficiary of his estate.†   (source)
  • We could only guess at the foreign-exchange ins and outs, and the hidden beneficiaries, of that deal; the newspaper in the capital announced it as a kind of nationalization, with fair compensation.†   (source)
  • Norris, the unyielding bitter-ender; Adams, the irritating upstart; Webster, the businessmen's beneficiary; Benton, the bombastic bully—of such stuff are our real-life political heroes made.†   (source)
  • Portia is not a beneficiary under the will.†   (source)
  • Girls, since they are the ones kept home from school now, would be the biggest beneficiaries.†   (source)
  • Amburgh showed both palms and asked, "Am I a beneficiary?"†   (source)
  • I represent the beneficiary of this will, Ms.†   (source)
  • "Yes, he's a beneficiary under the will.†   (source)
  • The individual beneficiaries sort of ride his coattails.†   (source)
  • One of my jobs is to locate everything and inventory it for the court, and for the beneficiaries.†   (source)
  • They are beneficiaries under the prior will.†   (source)
  • Three lawyers, three potential beneficiaries, all well dressed with perfect manners and light moods.†   (source)
  • But in fact they are invariably the beneficiaries of hidden advantages and extraordinary opportunities and cultural legacies that allow them to learn and work hard and make sense of the world in ways others cannot.†   (source)
  • It would have been wholly within character for Holmes to have first persuaded the "brother-in-law" to take out a life insurance policy with Holmes as beneficiary.†   (source)
  • But as Owen began to manifest the early signs of the common cold—a sneeze or a cough now and then, and a runny nose—Dan Needham imagined that his production of A Christmas Carol might be the beneficiary of Owen getting sick.†   (source)
  • "I'll remind you of that," my grandmother remarked; she must have found it ironic that her rosebushes, having suffered years of Sagamore's blundering, were about to be the beneficiaries of his decomposition.†   (source)
  • While in medical school he and a fellow student, a Canadian, had talked about how easy it would be for one of them to buy life insurance, make the other the beneficiary, then use a cadaver to fake the death of the one insured.†   (source)
  • They were the beneficiaries of a rigorous ongoing series of analyses about what their opponent's next moves might be.†   (source)
  • The beneficiary was Belle.†   (source)
  • Seeing as you're the beneficiary.†   (source)
  • It was a beneficiary account: David had established it jointly in both their names, and therefore it stood outside the will and probate.†   (source)
  • So while the ostensible aim is to empower girls in countries like Pakistan, some of the major beneficiaries are the American girls.†   (source)
  • As we discussed in the chapter on girls' education, female fetuses are particularly prone to impaired brain development when the mother's body lacks enough iodine, and so girls would be the major beneficiaries.†   (source)
  • Another Bangladeshi group, BRAC, the largest antipoverty organization in the world, worked with the poorest women to save lives and raise incomes--and Grameen and BRAC made the aid world increasingly see women not just as potential beneficiaries of their work, but as agents of it.†   (source)
  • I'm not your lawyer because you are a beneficiary of the will—the same as his brother, Ancil Hubbard, and the same as his church.†   (source)
  • Had either Mr. Dark or his wife ever considered changing their wills to exclude a person currently named as a beneficiary?†   (source)
  • It seems to me that there's simply not enough room for Mr. Brigance, the lead attorney for the proponents of the will, and all the lawyers representing the beneficiary.†   (source)
  • It was time to establish proper roles, and since their client was the beneficiary of the quite valid last will and testament of Seth Hubbard, they would stake their claim.†   (source)
  • The Supreme Court invalidated the last will on the grounds of undue influence, and gave as a significant reason the fact that the "surprise beneficiary" had been so involved in the making of the new will.†   (source)
  • In perhaps the most famous will contest in the history of the state, the beneficiary, who was not a blood relative, actually drove the dying person to the lawyer's office to sign a will that cut out all family and left everything to the beneficiary, the driver.†   (source)
  • Under the photo, she was described as "Lettie Lang, age 47 of Box Hill, former housekeeper of Seth Hubbard and presumed beneficiary under his last, handwritten, and suspicious will, accompanied by her two lawyers from Memphis."†   (source)
  • Number three: Did Seth Hubbard understand and appreciate who the beneficiaries are to whom he had given gifts in his holographic will?†   (source)
  • Don't we have the right, as citizens and taxpayers and beneficiaries under the Freedom of Information Act, to know exactly what's in the estate?†   (source)
  • I can't represent the estate of Seth Hubbard and also represent Simeon Lang, the husband of one of the beneficiaries."†   (source)
  • Although the public good was the indirect beneficiary of his sacrifice, it was not that vague and general concept, but one or a combination of these pressures of self-love that pushed him along the course of action that resulted in the slings and arrows previously described.†   (source)
  • They were the special favorites of Frau Hoss, who together with her three daughters was the beneficiary of their talents; all day long they stitched and hemmed and refurbished much of the fancier clothing taken from Jews who had gone to the gas chambers.†   (source)
  • The need of the creator comes before the need of any possible beneficiary.†   (source)
  • In China, comparably, where the humanistic, moralizing force of Confucianism has fairly emptied the old myth forms of their primal grandeur, the official mythology is today a clutter of anecdotes about the sons and daughters of provincial officials, who, for serving their community one way or another, were elevated by their grateful beneficiaries to the dignity of local gods.†   (source)
  • One who had washed out of paratroop school and still wore his Fort Benning boots told me frankly when the matter of his beneficiary came up that he had three legal wives in different parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.†   (source)
  • The superintendent would exchange the old policy for a new one which was identical incolor, serial number, and beneficiary, but which carried much smaller payments.†   (source)
  • But it was by no means the same thing if, for this princely exchange of courtesies, my aunt substituted mere charity, if her beneficiaries were of the class which Francoise would label "people like myself," or "people no better than myself," people whom she despised even more if they did not address her always as "Mme.†   (source)
  • But his loyalty to the traditions of his family would not permit him to bind any future inheritors of his name or beneficiaries by the death of his ancestors.†   (source)
  • The mere idea would be enough to bore the living Spirit to death, if it did not know that it shall emerge from such catastrophes as the true victor and beneficiary—fusing, as it does, elements of the old with the new to create an authentic revolution… .†   (source)
  • This giving is flat usurpation, and therefore when the beneficiary is ungrateful, as all beneficiaries hate all Timons,[466] not at all considering the value of the gift, but looking back to the greater store it was taken from, I rather sympathize with the beneficiary, than with the anger of my lord, Timon.†   (source)
  • —Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar There is this trouble about special providences—namely, there is so often a doubt as to which party was intended to be the beneficiary.†   (source)
  • This giving is flat usurpation, and therefore when the beneficiary is ungrateful, as all beneficiaries hate all Timons,[466] not at all considering the value of the gift, but looking back to the greater store it was taken from, I rather sympathize with the beneficiary, than with the anger of my lord, Timon.†   (source)
  • She replied that it was a beneficiary of the town who had a nice taste in devising things of the sort.†   (source)
  • "I will lay a wager," said Don Quixote, "that the same bachelor or beneficiary is a greater friend of Camacho's than of Basilio's, and that he is better at satire than at vespers; he has introduced the accomplishments of Basilio and the riches of Camacho very neatly into the dance."†   (source)
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