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Grantee

1. The recipient of a gift.

2. The beneficiary of a trust. A grantor places assets in the trust on behalf of the grantee and allows a trustee to administer them for a certain period of time.

grantee

A person who receives the title of real estate via a deed.
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During the recognition day, tokens, polo shirts, and medals were provided to the grantees followed by a thanksgiving dinner.
The two laws included a provision about the special right reserved to the President in times of war, rebellion, public peril, calamity, emergency or disturbance of peace and order to temporarily take over and operate the stations; suspend operations in the interest of public safety and security; or authorize the temporary use and operation upon due compensation to the grantee.
Jeffords asked the notary to give the deed to the grantee without recording it and that he followed these directions by mailing the deed to Roy Harold Jeffords after affixing the notary seal.
Two of the Spring 2016 grantees are also screening in key sections at this year's Cannes Film Festival -- Dogs in Un Certain Regard, directed by Bogdan Mirica (Romania/France/Bulgaria, Qatar), and Diamond Island in Critics' Week, directed by Davy Chou (Cambodia/France/Germany/Qatar).
To understand the diversity of STLT programmatic efforts, CDC used the 10 EEPHS and EnvPHPS to align first-year outcomes from the 11 grantees by each of the 10 EEPHS (Table 2).
Grantees from Florida, Hawaii, Minnesota, New Jersey, and New York collaborated with state and health care provider organizations to enhance existing hospital claims and discharge databases with clinical information and to demonstrate the utility of the new data infrastructure by using the new databases in a CER study.
to permit the public to call agencies' attention to grantee
Of the 54 grantees with available data in 2012, 26 (48%) reported that [greater than or equal to] 95% of children aged <6 years in their geographic area participated in their IIS (Figure 1).
It sent a shockwave through CDC, its grantees and state health departments nationwide.
The next two grantees are nonprofit organizations receiving $200,000 apiece in cleanup grants.