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- n. One who grants
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who grants.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who grants. Compare grantor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who grants or gives something
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Mr. Rahr, chief executive of Kinray, the largest privately-held wholesale pharmaceutical distributor, is the organization's largest wish granter.
He is a granter of wishes, and hers, of course, is for a child.
[...] [T] oday the state acts as a hands-off licensing bureau and divorce granter, making marriage relatively easy to enter and exit, yet maintain legal marital status as a key determinant of eligibility for more than one thousand federal rights and obligations.
It is this power of 'Liberty', which is the engine of, and granter of power to the state of that which is called, 'Authority'.
Some think its a mystickal prison, a power base, a wish granter.
Man can be a granter of rights through their civilizations but these are not absolute.
It's on my Amazon wish list, but now I'm wondering if I should just purchase it and be my own wish granter :
Still, I would love to see a return to our state's original purpose as protector of rights, not granter of charities.
The idea -- that was to change debt -- was to buy loans from an originator or granter of credit.