Nearly everyone would like something to pass on to his descendants, yet there is no inheritable property accumulation in our Social Security system.
These new privileges were to be perpetual and inheritable , like any other form of personal property.
As they came to view themselves as the originators of their work, they also began to claim that their creations were their own property, as susceptible to legal protection and as inheritable or saleable as any other form of property.
The nineteenth-century interest in craniometry and the ranking of species and races had assumed that intelligence was both biological and inheritable .
All kinds of property including slaves are inheritable by relatives.
But I hadn't realized that conning was an inheritable trait.
Collecting often runs in families - think of the Rothschilds - suggesting that it is an inheritable trait.
Germ or reproductive cells are the body cells that develop into the egg or sperm of a developing organism and convey its inheritable characteristics.
Genetic changes in the hemoglobin molecule that affect the shape of the red blood cell and the oxygen carrying capacity of the cell result in the inheritable diseases of sickle-cell anemia and beta-thalassemia.
However, when registered wills from the early 19th century to the present are examined, berths were never mentioned as inheritable property.