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His Beatitude said that this Royal Benefaction (makruma) is just more proof of His Majesty King Abdullah's commitment, in word and in deed, to the Holy Sites in Jerusalem, as has always been the case with the Hashemites and the Jordanian people.
Under fiduciary service mandates, the beneficiary (11)--or a benefactor who wishes to make a mediated benefaction to the beneficiary--authorizes the fiduciary to act.
Sugar mill owners are becoming millionaire overnight with the benefaction of politicians; they are in incessant contact with politicians but before government's act of imposing duty charges sugar was being sold at Rs.
Indeed, he always regarded his late entry into the mining industry as a benefaction since he was less exposed to the risks of pneumoconiosis than those Cefneithin contemporaries who began at fourteen.
Founded in 1910 with the benefaction of Alderman Kirby, Kirby Grammar School was opened in 1911 by Prince Arthur of Connaught, and its first headmistress was Miss L B Marshall, followed by Miss McCombie (1916-1943), Miss Hutt (1943-49) and Miss Gertrude Muddle.
MANAMA: His Majesty King Hamad stressed the importance of Ramadan in disseminating a culture of love, tolerance, peace and benefaction.
Usually showing male figures of genius derailed by the female figures of benefaction that genius both needs and cannot cope with, the realist novel sidles uneasily up to genius in order to detach itself from it more firmly, to siphon its energies without capitulating to its ideologies.
The aforementioned queries are coupled with various ones related to the billions of dollars pouring from rich Gulf States, particularly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, whose rulers have pledged support to Egypt's ailing economy directly through the Military Establishment, hence bypassing the other executive institutions, which, according to Major General Taher Abdullah, the Head of the Engineering Authority of the Military Establishment, confirmed the fact that the Gulf states have entrusted the army in managing the benefaction and spending them as it deems fit.
The Copyright Act, 1801, which had given Trinity College a right to claim a copy of all books and journals published in Britain and Ireland, was also the most significant benefaction in the library's history and drove the need for ever more book space.
The main pillars of Yazidiism are truth, which entails telling the truth, benefaction and good deeds, and knowledge, which means knowing God, people and science.
The world's 16th largest foreign aid donors last year, the UAE is now paying tribute to the man who made known to the world his country's leadership, and spread the virtues of his culture, through the universal language of benefaction and goodwill.
Sohail Khan, who is already respectfully acknowledged for his philanthropic works in the notable Being Human charity, social benefaction cricket matches, relief and welfare art exhibitions and more, will also be associated with the Corporate Social Responsibility Program of Pacific Ventures for the Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs.