bestowing


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Let your bestowing love and your knowledge be devoted to be the meaning of the earth
He said the university considered bestowing the doctorate on Erdogan an honor the institution and its affiliate and staffers.
President Sisi took part in the ceremony by bestowing Hegazy one of the highest orders of honor for what he presented to the country.
A rarer, but still legitimate route to some kind of royalty is the Norman tradition of bestowing the title of Lord on farmers who worked the land.
The tradition of bestowing the title to the eldest son of the English monarch should die with Prince Charles.
In a written question at this month's full council meeting, council leader Heather Joyce was asked what progress had been made on bestowing the honour.
In bestowing the award to Security Bank, The Banker cited that, in the past year, Security Bank had emerged as a competitive player in the local banking and finance industry, following its acquisition of consumer and savings specialist Premiere Development Bank and a loan growth of 24 percent.