endow


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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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Hudson will in the initial chance endow $50m in the development of 128MW of ventures in Chile and Uruguay in return for a 49% share on accomplishment.
More important, they are the first to endow a chair with an exclamation point.
Tickets are $500 per person and all proceeds will endow a new scholarship program for the Rudd Center for Professional Wine Studies at the CIA's Greystone Campus.
Apart from this investment, the council would also endow US$20 million to Palo Alto, California-based Translink Capital III s upcoming fund, reportedly co-managed by Translink Capital and UMC Capital.
For me, it is an honor and privilege to endow this scholarship," said Mr.
Professorship Endowed: The Joy McCann Foundation donated $500,000 to Stetson University to endow the Wm.
Someone should now follow Jonas's example and endow Ailey's Blues Suite, which predates Revelations by two years.
It will be used to endow a professorship in early childhood education.
Cuban American Bar Merit Scholarships: The Cuban American Bar Foundation presented the University of Florida College of Law with a $30,000 check to endow a Cuban American Bar Merit Scholarship.
5 million from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation's $300 million gift to the UA in 2002 to endow the Wray Chair.