My second example is the recent establishment of a professorship of Modern Arabic, made possible by a benefaction from the Sultan of Oman.
take official receipt of such benefaction
These conferences are made possible through the benefaction of the Barrow Cadbury Trust.
The new Foundation will receive a benefaction of £10 million from the Rhodes Trust, and will focus on the areas of education, governance, healthcare, environmental protection, law and sport.
Occasionally, a great private patron with local connections might favour the town with a benefaction or by acting as friend at court.
It is left to us to keep their generous benefaction alive, and our blessed, beautiful country worthy of their courage.
‘I was brought up by the country, and I am always thinking of repaying the benefaction with my little contribution,’ Chen said.
But he left his benefaction for the university untouched and so inspired his colleagues and sons that they saw to its establishment.
an exceptional benefaction
Refounded in 1602 on the site of the earlier university library, it has since 1604 borne by royal decree the name of the remarkable man whose endowment remains the greatest benefaction ever received by the University of Oxford.