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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Today, Sones is the managing director of Oxbow Ventures, a company dedicated to development projects in the fields of energy, early stage technology and real estate.
To his credit, Sones sang with a backing track and no extra help here.
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.
William "Bill" David Sones, the groom's father, served as best man.
Overall: 1 Steven Ferguson (Mini Special) 752.1, 2 Alastair Moffatt (Mini Special) 769.1, 3 Mike Sones (Mini Special) 791.8.
Things get better at high school for Robin and Sophie, and Sones (through Robin) tells how that happens.
Esta Tierra Es Tuya (translation: This Land Is Your Land) is the latest music CD release by Sones de Mexico, and a listening experience that draws upon rock, folk, and Western classical elements as well as Mexican culture.
Now their daily struggle to make their voices heard in the "gentlemen's club" of Westminster has been documented by political journalist and broadcaster Boni Sones.
"Not only does this mean more prescriptions, but I believe it also means a bigger leadership role for pharmacists," opines Sones. "We are the perfect vehicle for helping such patients; doctors and diabetes nurse educators both say they lack the time.
Over the last six months, Health Canada received letters from parents claiming that the program lacked parental involvement, said Rose Sones, a program consultant.