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donation

 [do-na´shun]
1. a gift.
2. the act of giving.
oocyte donation a method of assisted reproductive technology in which an oocyte from a fertile woman is aspirated for incubation in the uterus of a woman who has female factor infertility, such as after oophorectomy or premature menopause. fertilization may be either in vitro or in utero.

donation

[dōna′shun]
1 a gift.
2 the act of giving.

donation

See Directed donation, Egg donation, Eye donation, Multiorgan donation, Predonation, Preoperative autologous donation.
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The participants were asked about their religious and other beliefs towards organ donation, their reasons for not donating organs, and their personal opinions about organ donation through a questionnaire.
The Donation Mortis Causa shall be irrevocable and shall be respected by the surviving spouse;
For donations of property other than money, valuing the property at the time the donation is made is often a critical issue.
Taxpayers should look to the criteria set by the various charities accepting the donations in trying to define "good" condition.
Effective Date: Donations made in tax years beginning after Aug.
The institution is only 10 years old, so there are very few alumni, let alone many in a position to make large donations.
In its first year, the Private Giving Foundation has exceeded $22 million, with over 80% comprised of donations of securities (stock, bonds etc).
To those donors who received reminder letters and were worried that we did not receive your donation (made online or by mail), please be patient with us.
The program concentrates on cash donations that will be distributed to farm families identified by Farm Bureau's in Louisiana, Missippi and Texas.
The real key here is giving to charity, that's what's really driving the donations," Estroff said.
Using prepaid subscriptions, even small donations can easily be given throughout the world.