Instead, his legacy will be "after eight years and a lot of big talk, the economy was still terrible".
Despite the aid that Saraswati seems to have received from his devotees, Barsana Dham is distancing itself from his legacy.
And the legacy of his constant movement and technical wizardry is plainly apparent in Spain's death-by-a-thousand-passes approach.
Tell me what responsibility you feel toward maintaining the legacy.
Jace Lacob talked to Executive Producer Jason Katims and star Connie Britton about its legacy.
He would give her this for his Christmas gift, this legacy of his people and hers, and then he would give her himself.
He came more and more to feel that Raby was a legacy left by Hetty to him.
The sergeant eventually received the legacy and a commission.
He told of the lawyer's letter, omitting for the present the news of the legacy.
The S. aisle appears to have been built chiefly out of a legacy left by a local blacksmith about 1532.
late 14c., "body of persons sent on a mission," from Old French legatie "legate's office," from Medieval Latin legatia, from Latin legatus "ambassador, envoy," noun use of past participle of legare "appoint by a last will, send as a legate" (see legate). Sense of "property left by will" appeared in Scottish mid-15c.