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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Insubordination on the part of the scholars, and dissatisfaction on the part of some of the parents place the teacher in circumstances in which it was peculiarly difficult to discharge the duty which devolved upon him.
Although the project is running from 1994-95 with the financial support of the Federal Government and in different eras its name had also been changed and for the last about 16 years the project had continuously been financed by the Federal Government but in pursuance of 18th amendment as the subject of education had devolved upon the Provinces, no effective arrangement has been made between the Federal Government and the Provincial Governments to allow to continue this project because if the project is closed, about 6 lakh of students along with staff/teachers etc.
As members of the one people of God, it devolved upon those who had to share with those who had not; indeed, the terms of their covenant with God demanded no less.
He emphasised the role devolved upon the Maghreb Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BMICE) in increasing economic complementarity and trade exchanges by means of financing integrated projects and establishing legal frameworks favouring the free flow of capital, goods and people.
It devolved upon McClellan, who seems to have been kept out of the loop, to provide denials to reporters that anyone in the White House had disclosed classified information.
This campaign seems to have devolved upon changes in the costs of re-registering in South Africa.
Although formally this decision devolved upon Br Clementian, the Brother Assistant for the English-speaking section of the Institute, the choice of the Irish Brothers depended ultimately upon the Visitor of Ireland, Br Anthony Jerome.
The English Metamorphoses of this title enfigure the struggle of Elizabethan literary culture to come to terms with Ovid's popular poem as a representative of the larger challenge devolved upon Renaissance Europe by its classical past.
McClatchy's role in all this, it is a pity so much influence has devolved upon the Nietzschean last man of the Republic of Letters.
37] The negative impact of these transfers was felt all the more acutely after the educational reform of 1814, when much of the prelate's power in seminary affairs devolved upon the rector.