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  • n. Plural form of legatee.


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  • Calling All Connetquot Legatees Connetquot "legatees" are the descendants of the original and later members of the Southside Sportsmen's Club.

    Where Big Fish Caught Trout

  • Ironically, many Christian leaders in Africa, the legatees of European missionaries, treat homosexuality as a dangerous import from the West.

    The Velvet Reformation

  • It's no wonder that the legatees of Robber Baron days were adamant against changing to the Digital Age.

    Speaking of the Unspeakable

  • "PART THREE" AND "FOUR", the conclusion of this Tribute Essay to Rabbi Heschel and Dr. King, will continue with some additional excerpts from the Mitchell/Rose TV interview and further discussion suggestions of how the legatees Heschel and King can seize the initiative to stop Muslim and Islamic violence against Israel and the United States

    Clarence B. Jones: Challenges and Opportunities in the Age of al-Qaeda, Parts 1 and 2

  • This presents an unprecedented challenge and opportunity to the "legatees of King and Heschel."

    Clarence B. Jones: Challenges and Opportunities in the Age of al-Qaeda, Parts 1 and 2

  • "Blue Letter" was a fast country rocker written by the Curtis Brothers, a good group working the same vein as the Eagles and other legatees of the Byrds and the Buffalo Springfield.


  • He wrote them that Muhammad's family were his legatees and heirs of his position.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • You are her residuary legatees; that is, she has bequeathed to you her entire estate, with the exception of a few minor bequests to friends and charities.

    Her Fearful Symmetry

  • The legatees of Marx, Freud and Darwin argued that morality was a chimera; it had "no basis in science and logic."

    How About A Swift Kick?

  • We the people who are the legatees of Jefferson and Lincoln, are the legatees as well of the Marines who stormed Iwo Jima, the soldiers who landed at Normandy, Doolittle's band that took the fight to Tokyo when Americans were rising from the fires of Pearl Harbor, and a President who lifted himself from a wheelchair and said we have nothing to fear but fear, that we are in this together.

    Brent Budowsky: Born in the U.S.A.


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