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I inherited the Arnold Family Thunder ThighsTM, which was a source of frequent teasing and distress for me as a child.
Undoubtedly, the enormous inherited fortunes of the aristocracy facilitated a certain eccentricity.
When Acton died in 1953, no will was found and his estate was inherited by Harold.
Beacci, who had inherited nothing from her lover, had assumed his son would make provisions for her in his will.
He inherited vast estates worth some £30m, all of which he sniffed, snorted and smoked away.
A great-granddaughter of Fragonard, she seems to have inherited his talent; Corot and Renoir forcibly appealed to her.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D.|Clara Erskine Clement
He had two children, a boy and a girl, who inherited the northern and southern ranches in equal shares.
Power, and inherited influence, and exalted social position have a deadly insinuation.
Her mother had inherited a small fortune from Agnes' grandma and this Barr had sought to secure.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
He inherited in exaggerated degree his mother's highly strung nervous nature.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller