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1, An elderly cousin had left her a small legacy.
2, He's gambled away all his father's legacy.
3, He received a large legacy from his uncle.
4, The invasion left a legacy of hatred and fear.
5, She left her the money in a legacy.
6, She received a small legacy from her aunt.
7, Such attitudes are a legacy from colonial times.
8, The Greeks have a rich legacy of literature.
9, They each received a legacy of £4 000.
10, One proviso attaches to the legacy.
11, The war has left a legacy of hatred.
12, One proviso is attached to this legacy.
13, The problems were made worse by the legacy of centuries of neglect.
14, He thinks the legacy is a gift from the Gods.
15, The two brothers split on inheriting the legacy of their parents.
16, The legacy of Ancient Rome represented the overwhelming influence on Romanesque architecture.
17, They are the most precious cultural legacy our forefathers left.
18, Future generations will be left with a legacy of pollution and destruction.
19, His weak chest was a legacy of a childhood illness.
20, She is the heir to a legacy of ￡1 million.
21, He dropped casual references to the legacy of his great work.
22, But it left a legacy - a positive one.
23, Daley has left a legacy that is pure Chicago.
24, The house was a legacy from her aunt.
25, What legacy are we leaving for future generations?
26, Nabaa also reflects the legacy of ethnic conflict.
27, The court would not even consider his claim for the old man' s legacy.
28, The book proved such a success that the authors followed it up with "The Messianic Legacy".
29, He lets on that he has inherited a handsome legacy.
30, You could make a real difference to someone's life by leaving them a generous legacy.
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