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survivorship

The right of a joint tenant to attain full ownership rights upon the death of other joint tenants. It is sometimes important to understand that the survivor does not acquire the rights of predeceased joint tenants;rather the deaths of the other tenants remove obstacles to full ownership by the survivor.

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Well, considerin' that there are no railroads and no steamers you might as well talk about survivors in the moon," said Lord John.
Wherever we went we were confronted by those grinning faces, which seemed to mock at our dreadful position, smiling silently and grimly at the ill-fated survivors of their race.
In fact, the dead men in the canoe we had left astern after the battle and the survivors who were paddling rapidly toward their shore were the first he ever had seen.
As we joined our own party, I found the tug's mate checking up our survivors.
32-year old hopes to become first two-time cancer survivor to climb the highest peak on all seven continents and inspire other cancer survivors to "Keep Climbing
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Research from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study that looks at how patients diagnosed with cancer over three decades perceive their health shows need for further progressLong-term survivors of childhood cancer live longer thanks to improvements to cancer treatments, but a new study looking at three decades of therapy suggests patients do not report better health status.
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To prepare communities for the return of Ebola survivors and minimize potential stigmatization, Firestone established a survivor reintegration program.
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It is estimated that one out of 640 adults ages 25 to 39 years in the United States is a survivor of childhood cancer.
During the study, the researchers analyzed data from 9,126 adult survivors of pediatric cancers who were part of the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS), a multi-institutional study coordinated through St.