eleemosynary


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Synonyms for eleemosynary

Synonyms for eleemosynary

generous in assistance to the poor

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26) Caesarius gives 30 as the minimum age for diaconal ordination, and delineates the deacon's eleemosynary duties.
We were not an eleemosynary organisation," he told the US daily.
EARNEST Partners is a fundamental, bottom-up investment manager, overseeing assets for municipalities, states, corporations, endowments, eleemosynary groups and universities.
70) Texas law, for example, indicates that "a person who is an inmate in a penal institution or who is an involuntary inmate in a hospital or eleemosynary [charitable] institution does not, while an inmate, acquire residence at the place where the institution is located.
In a block grant, the federal government says, in effect, "Here, have back some of the money we took from you in taxes, but use it for eleemosynary purposes that you and/or your state government will determine.
According to the Texas Election Code, "A person who is an inmate in a penal institution or who is an involuntary inmate in a hospital or eleemosynary institution does not, while an inmate, acquire residence at the place where the institution is located.
jurisdictions have introduced a new form of eleemosynary organization,
His position--the Nicene--manifests itself in eleemosynary actions; his opponents' position takes the shape of cruelty, contempt, and repression.
The Establishment, Maintenance, and Management of Hospitals, Asylums, Charities, and Eleemosynary (9) Institutions in and for the Province, other than Marine Hospitals.
expensive eleemosynary institution that ever existed, and adopts
250) In contrast to the TVA's broad, quasi-governmental purpose and powers, so-called Title 36 Corporations are created for "the promotion of patriotic, charitable, educational, and other eleemosynary activities.
We must come to terms with the reality that self-interest trumps eleemosynary motives most of the time.
Bennett, whose favorite word is eleemosynary, spends an average of 10 hours reading every week.
In the play's suggestion that good deeds and particularly alms can be a primary route to salvation and an antidote to evil, it echoes the more clearly mercantile emphasis on eleemosynary charity of the York Mercers' Last Judgement, and the charitable restitution and inheritance-laundering of "The Childe of Bristowe.