Rather than a bestowment
from patrician politicians seeking to salvage capitalism from the turmoil of the Great Depression, concerted labour militancy, coupled with broad community support, leveraged the partial reforms represented in the Wagner Act and related measures.
However, the transcript of the detailed takedown, available exclusively with The Dependent, reveals that the leading academic does not feel that the earlier bestowment
Speaking earlier, the Hope-L Foundation founder, Steve Joy attributed the bestowment
of the organisation's patron on the CMD to his track records and commitment to the cause of the people, saying his contributions to the society is very appreciative.
Granted a Royal title by Her Majesty The Queen following its opening in September 2017, the bestowment
follows The Earl of Wessex becoming the Conservatoire's first Royal Patron in March 2016.
She said the bestowment
of the Ramon Magsaysay Award, widely considered as Asia's version of the Nobel Peace Prize, affirmed her resolve, and inspired and encouraged her to carry on the work.
We study a particular example: the speeches given by bosses to employees during ceremonies marking the bestowment
of work medals in France from the 1930s to the 1970s.
Both acts of 'giving the brooch'--to Bessie as a child by Christabel Pankhurst and to Margaret Thatcher by Bessie as an adult--illustrate the symbolic value attached to the Boadicea brooch as well as the attendant ritual performativity inherent in rites of bestowment
A number of scholars note the peculiar contrast between Emma's apparent lack of maternal instinct towards her own child and her dramatic bestowment
of maternal affections towards her lover Leon (see, e.g., Gallagher; Johnson; Segal).
According to Katz (1996), "prior to industrialization, in India, there was a bestowment
that older people had responsible leadership roles and powerful decision-making positions because of their vast 'experience', 'wisdom' and 'knowledge'" (cited Chen and Powell 2011, 14).
It will be seen, then, that in proportion as the principle of Union is adhered to, in the bestowment
of these gifts, their value is increased, and that in every departure from this principle there is a waste of that which may otherwise be to the saving of life.