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Mala said,"We at QC are happy for being a link between the poor around the world and the munificent people.
Most of the secondary tectonically induced and primary diagenetic opening and ruptures planes are interconnected and tenders proficient conduit lattice for munificent circulation offluids.
And that was before things went bad in Cubabefore the Soviet Union brought its munificent subsidies to an end.
If he had lived in Northern Ireland or Wales his choice would be so much easier as students in those countries enjoy munificent loans that do not have to be repaid.
Housing the largest corpus of British art outside the United Kingdom, the centre was a gift 50 years ago of the munificent philanthropist, Paul Mellon.
At home, the KRCS provides a munificent hand to poor families, intensifying charity activities during feasts, and other religious and social occasions.
In munificent environments, the greater prevalence of resources makes it easier for entrepreneurs and existing firms to efficiently access resources needed.
Prices that appeared munificent in the 1970s have remained constant -- or even been reduced, in a few cases -- despite the eroding effects of income and inflation.
But for those who come to realise their mistake and wish to re-join our munificent British welfare state, they should be told no - go back from whence you came, you have made your bed, now go back and lie on it, you are not wanted here.
Summary: Home to golden beaches, munificent vineyards and delectable seafood Cape Town is an old maven at seizing any traveller's soul.
He added: "Gower's fame rests chiefly on his munificent benefactions and his distinction as an architect.
Close up you can see what a munificent tree it is - packed with its glistening red berries.
Ruthless when making their money they were however munificent philanthropists in later life perhaps to expiate their guiltAccording to Carnegie the capitalist should aim to give away his fortune during his lifetime.