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  • v. Third person singular simple present of to entitle.


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  • The title entitles you to the command of half my possessions.

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  • Come then and give yourselves to Christ, not repelled by any false, ascetic views of his religion, but believing, as his word entitles you to believe, that it is the promoter of innocent joy, of healthy and grateful recreation, of the highest and purest pleasures.

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  • The designation entitles each organization to $75,000 in cash and services that include strategy consulting, business planning, executive coaching and introductions to potential philanthropic investors.

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  • Orphan drug designation entitles AVI to 7 years of market exclusivity for AVI-4658 for the treatment of patients with DMD.

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  • They accepted that they were contesting the election under a system which sought to compensate parties whose vote is too spread out to win many or any first-past-the-post seats, but who retain a level or popular support regionally that "entitles" them to representation.

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  • This is extremely important: That Settlement says that designation entitles Google to sell the book, and authors who opt in have no legal recourse for harm caused by Google’s competition with their in-print book except an arbitration board controlled by Google.

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  • The accuracy which these young gentlemen evinced on their examination, was such as entitles them to the esteem and applause of the committee, who, in behalf of the trustees, pronounce them the greatest proficients in geography in this department.

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  • I notice that the negroes seldom or never take the names of their present owners in adopting their "entitles," as they call their surnames, but always that of some former master, and they go as far back as possible.

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  • Mr. Ritchie, master's mate, was particularly distinguished for his gallantry and activity; and the behaviour of the whole, my Lord, was such as entitles them to my warmest gratitude, and general commendation.

    The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth

  • Rathke confirms ... that he is pursuing this strategy that calls for all Americans eligible for welfare payments to pursue every penny the law "entitles" them to.

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