grantee :

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  • n  a recipient of a grant
  • n  someone to whom the title of property is transferred

  • Bush withdrawing the pardon priviously granted will be subject to maybe internable litigation, while the grantee remains in prison.
  • The grantee is responsible for at least 25% in matching funds and must commit to use their own funds to keep the officer on board in the fourth year.
  • The law, he wrote, requires that "the grantee must be a person, either natural or artificial, in existence at the time of the conveyance and capable of taking title.
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  • Real Estate Transactions Recorded: June 3-7, 2013
    Grantor: Independent Bank Grantee: Kevin Taylor Trust and Marcie Taylor Trust, Evergreen, Colo. Property: Aspen Highlands Condo, unit 4302, Residence Interest 6 Cost: $85,000 Grantor: Castle Creek, LLC. Grantee: Upper Midnight, LLC, Greenwich, Conn. Property: Township 10, Range 85, E2 Mine Bonanza Placer 5840AM Cost: $27 million read more
    June 17, 2013 - Aspen Daily News

  • Thomas R Cech in EurekAlert (press release)
    Liberal arts colleges- particularly some of our grantee institutions-have long been successful in educating future scientists,said Cech, himself a graduate of a liberal arts institution, Grinnell College in Iowa.
  • Ed Rendell in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    My friend doctor Kissinger, who has been my friend for 35 years, would be interested to hear this conversation? I grantee you he would not say that presidential top level? Senator Obama is parsing words when he says precondition means... John McCain IranMania News Sep 27, 2008 43329 59380 grantee As with our Capital Redevelopment Assistance Grants, the grantee has a certain amount of time to use it or lose it," Rendell said when asked about the project.

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