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SON, kindred. An immediate male descendant. In its technical meaning in devises, this is a word of purchase, but the testator may make it a word of descent. Sometimes it is extended to more remote descendants.

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Outwardly, postman Sones was a model of responsibility.
The Sones database was developed using an open source and modular approach, which aligns with Zimory's flexible and agile platform, the company added.
Sones declared it "a really good gig", before air-punching his way through closer Dead Famous.
Sones managing director Jim Campbell said: "We are absolutely delighted and very proud of these two awards.
Otro de los rasgos relevantes de Sones indigenas de la Huasteca radica en la inclusion de expresiones actuales del son de esa region del pais; su comparacion con otros sones ofrecidos en el disco coadyuva a identificar y documentar de manera palpable y accesible el desarrollo de tal manifestacion musical.
We're also preparing as many of our pharmacists as possible for certification in the disease by following guidelines established by the Canadian Diabetes Association," says Sone.
The poems of Cantos para soldados y sones para turistas (1937; "Songs for Soldiers and Sones for Tourists") reflect his growing political commitment, and in that year Guillen went to Spain to fight with the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War.
Sones operations manager Darren Hardman said: "We're very pleased to have won this work.
This only means that a family today will have their ill family member living in their household, not "put away" in a hospital--so the poetry of Sones is relevant whatever the ultimate therapy.
The bride is the daughter of Bill and Theresa Sones of Brookhaven.
Results will be analyzed as quickly as possible and released to the public, probably by Tuesday, Sones said.
Sones Landscaping has recently agreed a substantial partnership deal with Carlisle-based Rickerby for supply, servicing and training of new and stand-by equipment.