CONFER


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CONFERConcurrency and Functions Evaluation and Reduction
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He can confer titles of nobility at pleasure; and has the disposal of an immense number of church preferments.
The one can confer no privileges whatever; the other can make denizens of aliens, noblemen of commoners; can erect corporations with all the rights incident to corporate bodies.
In the rearing of skyscrapers, it is now usual to have a temporary wire strung vertically, so that the architect may stand on the ground and confer with a foreman who sits astride of a naked girder three hundred feet up in the air.
But does he therefore confer no benefit when he works for nothing?
Don Quixote asked her name in order that he might from that time forward know to whom he was beholden for the favour he had received, as he meant to confer upon her some portion of the honour he acquired by the might of his arm.
Confer, a Pennsylvania Radio Hall of Fame inductee, commented, "The quality of the mentor teachers assembled for this ten day radio immersion is amazing.
After which the girl wrote to the PMO requesting to issue a GO to confer the title of 'Father of the Nation' to Mahatma Gandhi.
Solicits, accepts or agrees to accept any benefit as compensation or consideration for having as a public servant given a decision, opinion, recommendation or vote favorable to another or for having otherwise exercised his or her discretion in favor of another; or Offers, confers or agrees to confer any benefit upon a public servant and the receipt of the benefit is prohibited by this section.
In very limited circumstances, the project for which the condemnation is being undertaken confers a special benefit on the remainder.
You can see the pry marks where they tried to get in the door," Confer said, outside the modular building that houses the clothing distribution program, Clothing X-Change.
Tim Owen QC, representing sister Charlotte Saunders who brought the case, told the court in London the issue was "whether the hitherto practice of permitting police officers to confer before and during the recording of their accounts" of the incident is compatible with human rights laws.
In an open letter to UWO president Paul Davenport, Bishop Ronald Fabbro, speaking as the pastor of the half million Catholics in the Diocese of London, called the decision to confer the degree "inconceivable and appalling.
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