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Meanings and phrases
- occurring among members of a family usually by heredity; familial; genetic; hereditary; transmitted; transmissible
- a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disease; genetic disorder; genetic abnormality; genetic defect; congenital disease; inherited disorder; hereditary disease; hereditary condition
- a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disease; genetic disorder; genetic abnormality; genetic defect; congenital disease; inherited disease; hereditary disease; hereditary condition
- wealth that is inherited rather than earned
- In 1811 he inherited his father's estate at Dellingburn.
- He inherited his father’s property in 1817.
- He inherited his father's muffler and radiator shop in 1968.
- His son Kisshomaru Ueshiba inherited the title of Doshu.
- small god,), died here and his grandson inherited the title.
- On his father's death he inherited the title of "Comte du Chaffaut".
- In 1910, Phillip Henry Ashworth, his only son, inherited the estate.
- Upon his death his nephew Philip baron van Pallandt inherited the estate.
- Henry Devenish Harben inherited the estate after his father's death in 1910.
- In 1829, he inherited the family estate upon his father's death.
- On the death of his elder brother, William inherited the family estates.
- His younger brother Pan Zunian (; 1870–1925) inherited the family property.
- Their sons, George and William, eventually inherited the property.
- He died in 1847 and his son Arthur Henry Davenport inherited the property.
- Blanchard's daughter, Jane Farnham, inherited the property on June 10, 1850, after his death.
- Initially maintained by his nieces, the building was later inherited by the city.
- The house was later inherited by his daughter Nancy and her husband, Joseph A. Johnston.
- It was later inherited by the politician Chichester Fortescue, who adopted the surname Parkinson-Fortescue.
- His only child, Jane Roberts, inherited the house upon his death.
- In 1848 William Spurrier died and his daughter Mary inherited the house.
- When he died in 1913 his eldest son George William Sparrow inherited the house.
- He is immensely rich, having inherited the fortune of Sir Lawrence Eardsley.
- In 1233 he returned to England, having inherited his father's widely dispersed estates.
- After this, he begins to gain fear like powers, having inherited the original's abilities.