Bestowed as a gratuity; as, beneficiary gifts.
A feudatory or vassal; hence, one who holds a benefice and uses its proceeds.
One who receives anything as a gift; one who receives a benefit or advantage; esp. one who receives help or income from an educational fund or a trust estate.
( beneficiati) originally referring to the lay holder or incumbent of church property (land and estates), often royal vassals; after the 12th century, refers to the holder of prebends directly connected with an office (benefices).
The party that has contracted to sell the goods; the Exporter in the Letter of Credit process.
The party that sells the goods and will be paid by the issuer of the letter of credit.
The party in whose favour the documentary credit is issued
An individual or company who gains upon the opening of a letter of credit.
A role (doing something for someone) in argument structure (I bought it FOR YOU).
Someone who has Medicare coverage.
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( Related information) A person certified as eligible for health care services. A beneficiary may be a dependent or a subscriber.
An individual who is eligible for and enrolled in the Medicaid program in the state in which he or she resides. Millions of individuals are eligible for Medicaid but not enrolled and are therefore not program beneficiaries. Connecticut= s Medicaid program now has approximately 400,000 beneficiaries.
A subscriber or dependent eligible for health care services (also: enrollee, member).
The Commercial entity that gets paid the rewards for your activities as a PartyPartners affiliate.
The entity funding the loan. This is the entity to which the loan is owed.
The entity or lender that funds the loan and to which the loan is owed.