Deserver


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If affection lead a man to favor the less worthy in desert, let him do it, without depraving or disabling the better deserver.
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I feel history should be kinder to the true deserver of credit when the opportunity presents itself.
The 'Boyzone' singer's 32-year-old partner instead told lawyers running the tragic star's estate that Stephen's family and good causes deserver his money more than him.
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It's great to see it getting the attention it deservers on a worldwide stage.
The court under president Dharampal and members Anita Kapoor and Anil Sharma said, "It may be noticed at the very outset that the objection by the opposition parties (Airtel) regarding the maintainability of the complaint before the forum deservers to be out rightly negated.
This is an achievement deservers to be proud of and to celebrate, it is as an outcome of a huge work and endeavor done, on the ground, he concluded.