disinheritance : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the act by a donor that terminates the right of a person to inherit

  • A young sciondisinheritance for helping the poor girla prize fight for money and renowna knockout wham! An irate fatherpurchase of a rag dollforgivenesswow!.
  • The marriage, which produced Arndt, ended in 1941, after Gustav threatened Alfried with disinheritance.
  • Suspecting nothing, the son connives so enthusiastically at his own disinheritance that he wins her heart as he gives her a child.

  • Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in BBC News
    Mr Bhutto said there was a "sense of cultural deprivation or historical disinheritance" caused by Britain hanging on to precious objects collected around the British Empire.
  • TK Whitaker in Irish Times
    ...night, former head of the Department of Finance TK Whitaker, who worked with Mr Haughey in the late 1960s when he was minister for finance, said: "He deserves credit, especially for the protection of widows against disinheritance. That was...

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