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“A Gift from God”: Adolescent Motherhood and Religion in Brazilian Favelas

86 [A New-years Gift]

263 A New-years Gift

Abraham’s Gift: A Psychoanalytic Christology

African Gifts of the Spirit: Pentecostalism and the rise of a Zimbabwean transnational religious movement, by David Maxwell

Albuminuria and renal injury—beware of proteins bearing gifts

The Alternative Gift

The American Revolution as a Gift

Americans All: The Cultural Gifts Movement. By Diana Selig. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008. xvi, 367 pp. $49.95, ISBN 978-0-674-02829-6.)

‘An Expected Gift’: Literary Resumption of Marital Intimacy from Donne to Updike

annuals and gift books

annuals and gift books

Another New-years Gift, or Song for the Circumcision

Another New-years Gift, or Song for the Circumcision

Apparent Gifts

Applying GIFT, a Gene Interactions Finder in Text, to fly literature

Austrian gift tax abolished: effects on private foundations and foreign trusts

BABY, gifts to: on first visit

Bards of Prayer: Liturgical Reveling and Gift in the Music of Sam Amidon and Alasdair Roberts

BARR, Venie (died 1947), Hon. Treasurer of Ulster Gift Fund for War Hospital Supplies and Serving Forces

Betrothal Gifts and “Bothersome Custom”

Beyond Health Care Accountability: The Gift of Medicine

The Body As Gift: Gender, the Dead, and Exchange in the Chöd Ritual Economy

Boulger [née Havers], Dorothy Henrietta [pseud. Theo Gift] (1847-1923), novelist

Bribes and Gifts get all

Bribes and Gifts get all

The Buddha Receives a Gift and Befriends a King

By Sale, By Gift

Calvin, Participation, and the Gift

Calvin, Participation, and the Gift: The Activity of Believers in Union with Christ. By J. Todd Billings.


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The transfer of an asset from one person to another for no consideration. Gifts have importance for tax purposes; if they are sufficiently large they may give rise to charges under inheritance tax if given within seven years prior to death (see potentially exempt transfer). A gift is also a disposal for capital gains tax purposes and tax is potentially payable.

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