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endow

to provide with a DOWER.
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"This would support Alan's personal passion for teaching and also enable him to reach his goal of establishing ten endowed professorships during his tenure as Dean," Snyder said.
The curved edge would be endowed with limited functionality, which the user could access easily.
When endowed, the Hamm Fellowship will support scholarship in popular music through an annual short-term research residency at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Library & Archives in Cleveland, Ohio.
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With the new program hoping to legitimize itself in the next year before beginning competition in December 2009, UO director of athletics Pat Kilkenny called the new endowed scholarship an important demonstration of support.
There will be privately endowed chairs in Northern Ontario sooner or later.
It is my hope that the Franciscans, bishops, priests, and countless lay people all over the world who have heard him or read his works will see this Chaff endowed in the next three years."
Why not contribute to one of the award funds that are not yet endowed so that ASAE can continue to give the award to deserving individuals.
As an artist who is self-consciously creating a distinctive body of work that reflects the influence of a range of literary ancestors, what did Johnson imbibe from his immersion in the fictional universe of Hesse that has endowed Oxherding Tale and the other fictions which so forcefully emanate from it with their particular intellectual cast and trajectory?
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