primary beneficiary

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  • In fact, some might say that New York City was its primary beneficiary.
  • As a result, he has made education a primary beneficiary for his charitable contributions.
  • They summed up both what had to be done and who would be the primary beneficiaries of the revolution. Cited from The French Revolution V2, by Hippolyte Taine OCFV3
  • The primary beneficiaries of the property tax are county boards of education.
  • Chicago has no area lighthouse preservation group, and this light has been the primary beneficiary of attention on preservation attention.
  • According, the primary beneficiaries for the first six months were freedmen who were in desperate need of land to till.
  • Chicago has no area lighthouse preservation group, and this light has been the primary beneficiary of preservation efforts in the area.
  • When her husband died in 1935, she was his primary beneficiary and became president or board member to many groups and foundations.
  • One of the ways suggested for him to do so is to get married so his new wife would be a primary beneficiary and this could be someone he just met.
  • The primary beneficiary of such a model are management tools, which can enumerate and view resources, even if they have no other knowledge of them.
  • Even though a number of hospitals in the county received shares of the proceeds, United remained the primary beneficiary.
  • Like the programs mentioned above, the end user is the primary beneficiary of this simplified method of distributing information.
  • As primary beneficiaries, the Gresley family would retain influence over the priory over the following centuries.
  • The British government felt that the colonies were the primary beneficiaries of this military presence, and should pay at least a portion of the expense.
  • Since the WEP does not apply after the death of the primary beneficiary, it is never used for survivors.
  • Finally, even when reciprocal food-sharing occurs between families, these families are often very closely related, and the primary beneficiaries are the offspring.
  • Much to Victoria's surprise, Gail is the primary beneficiary of the estate.
  • Racial segregation required separation between the races, so African-Americans were the primary beneficiaries of her work.
  • Common to all schools is their work with Special Olympics, which was made the primary beneficiary of C4C when the organization was created.
  • After Reed's death his cousin, Roy Williams, was his primary beneficiary.
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