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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enure.

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Examples

  • Of the Wisconsin Democratic senators, Cantor said he doesn't think their "prank enures to their benefit."

    Majority Leader Eric Cantor talks to Right Turn

  • Eight ingredients for a successful global society but put together wrong enures a bitter taste when served does it not.

    Broken Government: How to fix Congress?

  • Justice Ward Hunt, speaking for the United Mates Supreme Court, wasted little sympathy on Tribilcock The capital stock “is a trust fund … to be managed for the benefit of … shareholders”; if the corporation dissolves, it enures to the benefit of creditors.

    A History of American Law

  • Where a jointly owned slave stipulates for the transfer of property which cannot be acquired for one of his two masters, the contract enures to the benefit of the other only: for instance, where the stipulation is for the transfer of a thing which already belongs to one of them.

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • Since, then, the superior excellence of man enures to him solely by virtue of the quality of masculinity, it behoves that thy heart incline to the graybeard and thy soul delight in him, equally with the boy, seeing that there is no distinction between them, in point of masculinity.

    The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume IV

  • Then follows the contrast of Ps 16: 3 (but is), in respect, or for the saints, &c. -- that is, it enures to them.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • It cannot be through luck, for luck is blind, and does not pick out the same people year after year and generation after generation; shall we not rather say, then, that it is because mind, or cunning, is a great factor in the achievement of physical results, and because there is an abiding memory between successive generations, in virtue of which the cunning of an earlier one enures to the benefit of its successors?

    Luck or Cunning?

  • There is no Ojibwah chant that enures one against the inevitable moment when Righteousness takes five, and Pedantry, Preenage, Onanism, and Egoism rules the nest.

    Velociworld

  • MOTD reckon Micky O has 26 goals in 50 starts for NUFC - i have changed my opinion in the fact that he is the only player we have right now who enures we score goals.

    Soccer Blogs - latest posts

  • Gift to abbot and moTika fiasseth fee aimfUc, If an abbot makes lease reddendo renC nobis, it enures to the successor.

    The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, Or, A Commentary Upon Littleton: Not ...

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