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legacy

[leg′əsē]
Etymology: L, legatum, bequest
something that is handed down from the past or intended to be bestowed on future generations.

legacy

Informatics
Referring to a computer system with an expired tenure which left behind a “legacy”—usually negative.
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Perpetual National Manager Philanthropy and Non Profit Services, Caitriona Fay, said: Through the Marten Bequest Scholarships, and now also through the scholarships established by Sir Askin and his wife, Lady Mollie Isabelle, many Australian artists have been given the opportunity to pursue their passion in the Arts.
It uses the experiences from the restricted bequest made by the Othmers to LICH as an example of what can happen to restricted bequests without strong protections.
Leaving a bequest that is less than desired may cause disappointment.
Contact Marybeth Gardam to find out all you need to know to make your gift or bequest to WILPF.
Respondents who indicated it was important to leave a bequest for their children or step children were also asked how they would divide their assets among their children.
Condition of employment: Was the bequest conditioned on any employment-related metrics, such as workplace goals?
Intuitively, although delaying the purchase of life insurance can help individuals to determine the appropriate level of insurance, in concordance with their known bequest demand, one must still pay the extra insurance premium if one's demand turns out to be high.
Debbie Wilson, 27, of Stokesley, attended the lastest in a series of public consultations into the proposals along with her mum Bernadette, a health care assistant at Carter Bequest.
If you have included a bequest to the AMS in your will, and would like to be recognized as a member of the Brooks Circle, please contact Stephanie Armstrong, director of development, at AMS Headquarters (phone: 617-226-3906, or e-mail: armstrong@ ametsoc.
Over time, NERF has received a number of bequests and donations from nurses, recipients of nursing care, and colleges and sections.