Inure


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Inure

To cause or to result in. The word is most commonly used in legal documents, such as wills.
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First, the transactions caused the hospitals' earnings to inure to the benefit of private individuals because they constituted a sale or gift to physician-investors of an ownership interest in the net profits of the hospitals.
That, he noted, will inure to the economic growth of the people in the district, as they are directly in involved in production.
Having thus fostered bad tax policy within the state, the Court of Appeal's opinion will inure to the detriment of multistate taxpayers beyond the borders of California, frustrating the goal of uniform and equitable tax administration among the states.
They inure us to real pain and real suffering and real solutions."
An asset management fee will inure 100% to Cambridge.
Indeed when Will first appeared, it was a best-seller, horrifying and fascinating readers with now-legendary tales of Liddy charbroiling his own flesh over an open flame so as to inure himself to pain.
I believe that the shifts inure slightly to the benefit of tenants.