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ruh si pee uhnt

  • n  a person who receives something
  • n  the semantic role of the animate entity that is passively involved in the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

  • For being the first human recipient of a self-contained artificial heart, this 50-something man is our Person of the Week.
  • The recipient has a long, long way to go before she can leave the hospital and resume her life.
  • They also clog the recipient's inbox with unnecessary bits.
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  • Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
    Mick Dodson is a great Australian and a truly worthy recipient of the 2009 Australian of the Year award,a spokeswoman for Mr Rudd said. "The Government values his advice and his counsel. However, the Government has no plans to and will not...
  • Wade Horn in Forbes
    Also, many TANF recipients didn't have a lot of success in the classroom,Horn said. "If you want to improve the confidence of a TANF recipient, putting them in the classroom, where they failed in the past, that is not likely to increase...
  • Leland Yee in Washington Post
    I'm very pleased that the LPGA saw the wisdom of the concerns that we raised,Yee said. "It's a no-brainer for those of us who have been the recipient of these kinds of discriminatory acts."

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