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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.
Sones declared it "a really good gig", before air-punching his way through closer Dead Famous.
com or to set up an interview with Chihocky and Sones contact Christina Rubino at crubino@jansoncom.
Sones managing director Jim Campbell said: "We are absolutely delighted and very proud of these two awards.
Importantly Sones is providing employment for people who live in the district ( many of whom were previously unemployed ( so helping to strengthen our local economy.
Tucked into the bouquet was an heirloom handkerchief originally carried by her grandmother, Edna Sones, on her wedding day.
Results will be analyzed as quickly as possible and released to the public, probably by Tuesday, Sones said.
We are hearing the argument that commercial banks have a special obligation to contribute to FICO because banks benefit from the deposit insurance system," Sones said.
At the inaugural Performance Networks Awards, organised by the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE), WVDC and Sones were runners-up in the Parks, Open Spaces & Horticultural Services category.
In an average week, the bureau gets 200 to 250 complaints from people whose trash was either not picked up or who put it out too late, Sones said.
Sones has had its machinery supplied by 125-year-old Rickerby, which has seven depots covering Cumbria, North Lancashire, County Durham, Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, for many years.
Drew Sones, assistant director of the Sanitation Bureau, said last week that it is not normal practice to go on to private property to remove bulky brush, which he said should be placed at the curb.