And, like Barnum, he bestowed his own name onto his product.
Evolution has bestowed upon women a desire for sex and the equipment to have a baby; from here, free will steps in.
That level of hate would never be bestowed upon someone was anything short of a revolutionary.
The $25 billion Paulson bestowed on Citigroup was “incremental to our thinking,” Citigroup CFO Gary Crittenden said.
Then Colson went to the White House, where President Bush bestowed the Citizens Medal on him.
Anne of Cleves, on whom Henry bestowed an uncomplimentary epithet, had come, and had proved unacceptable.
He shrugged his shoulders, and bestowed on her a very wise look.
A kiss on the mouth must of itself be discreet when bestowed on youth by such venerable years as are yours.
The smiles which surrounded him were of his own creation, and he participated in the happiness he had bestowed.
No care is bestowed on selection, and breeding from “weedy” rams renders the stock deficient in quality.