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legacy

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Referring to a computer system with an expired tenure which left behind a “legacy”—usually negative.
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I WOULD like to say a very big thank you to Naseem, Val and all the staff /drivers at Bequest Hall Day Centre, Dimmingsdale Bank, for all their hard work, enthusiasm and kindness in looking after all the people in their care.
The bequest to the National Gallery includes Snow Scene at Argenteuil (1875) and Water-Lilies, Setting Sun (1907) by Monet, Henri Rousseau's Portrait of Joseph Brummer (1909), After the Bath (1896) by Edgar Degas and a Gauguin.
The allegation came to light after a pounds 10,000 bequest apparently left to the home care worker by a pensioner was queried by a relative.
It is understood the allegation came to light after a bequest left to the home care worker by the pensioner was queried by a concerned relative.
Thus, the charitable bequest could not be valued, as required by Sec.
We generalise the standard joy-of-giving bequest motive by including inter vivos gifts.
The library, which was left a bequest in Thomas Telford's will, holds a wide range of books.
THE family of Tony Bianchi, the winner of several National Eisteddfod titles, has announced a 20-year bequest in his memory.
A policy package of bequest taxes and land-value taxes could be the optimal solution to reduce wealth inequality without diminishing the economic performance of a country, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research or PIK said in a study shared to Database last Thursday.
That's why it's often said that even though not everyone has the capacity to give during their lifetime, anyone can give through a bequest. A bequest of any size can have a tremendous impact on the work that DAV contributes for those who've served every single day, and can be for as much--or as little--as one can afford.
From 1926 until its closure as a hospital in 2015, the Carter Bequest on Cambridge Road, Linthorpe, has seen thousands of Teessiders receive care and treatment there.