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  • n. a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes


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  • The times imperatively demand that positions of public trust be filled with men of incorruptible patriotism, broad, enlightened and men-like views, and of inflexible integrity; while all unprincipled demagogues and political gamblers,

    Life of Rev. A. Crooks, A. M.


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