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to present with a quality, trait, or power

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give qualities or abilities to

furnish with an endowment

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Apart from schools, mosques, monasteries, cisterns, drinking fountain, cold water wells and aqueducts (generally water supply system), inn, garden and many other public buildings have been built thanks to the Iranian women endowers and income obtained from endowments have given many booms to architecture, and following, urbanism.
Some buildings, including a family-owned inn endowed by Rashid al-Din, minister of endowment and was recorded to the name of endower, Robe Rashidi in Yazd [5] that some of them such as mentioned inn was ruined in the Timurid period and instead another building was built in its place.
In his speech, Director-General of Awqaf Abdulla Jathn al-Dosari emphasised the importance of Waqf, quoting verses of the Qur'an and Hadith which praise the endowers.
Their fortune was based on banking and property, and philanthropy was an early hallmark--like the Rothschilds, the Camondos were enthusiastic builders and endowers of schools, hospitals, synagogues, shelters and funds for the destitute.
For Algiers, the major distinction was the social identity or status of the endowers of assets.
During the meeting they thanked His Highness the Crown Prince for his sponsorship of the senior endowers forum, organized by the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs on January 14-15.
He praised the 26 endowers for their generosity and in setting a bright example for others who could endow a portion of their wealth to the ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs to use it for the common good of needy Muslims and others everywhere.