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At present the costs of the garden devolve upon the Faculty.
In the unlikely event of me not hanging around that long, the debt will devolve upon my descendants, but I read on the internet that the world will end long before then so Ha
Considering that much of what Mr Sibal wants changed will devolve upon the states to implement, the importance of this cannot be overstated.
In this essay he writes, "Positively, I hear us asserting that the special imperatives that devolve upon Jews because of the covenant necessitate our special devotion to the heterosexual, that is, the procreative family" (279).