devolve

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Synonyms for devolve

Synonyms for devolve

to come as by lot or inheritance

Synonyms

Synonyms for devolve

pass on or delegate to another

be inherited by

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2) or that "these writings do not devolve upon the comprehensive and systematic; they always delay such aims" (p.
Article 6 of the 1874 state constitution: "In case of death, conviction or impeachment, failure to qualify, resignation, absence from the state or other disability of the governor, the powers, duties and emoluments of the office for the remainder of the term, or until the disability be removed or a governor elected and qualified, shall devolve upon and accrue to the president of the senate.
No doubt decisions about certain issues, such as what services a hospital will provide, ultimately devolve upon the board.
Upon appointing the new board members, Hahn stated, "These commissioners are especially qualified by reason of training and experience for the work which shall devolve upon them, and the appointments were made solely in the interest of the city.
It does devolve upon the retired people to form the bulk of the membership of these organisations.
GEGI made one fundamental commitment to LCC, namely, that GEGI would have absolutely no obligations of any kind whatsoever that would devolve upon BIOF.