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be deserving of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe deserving of somethingbe deserving of somethingformalDESERVE to deserve something Some criminals are more deserving of their punishment than others. deserving
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be deserving of somethingBut it would be interesting to know why he has deemed the Navy to be deserving of his interests.Law bolstered the moral order of society and judges, as custodians of those values, were deserving of respect and trust.This contract would specify what reasonable amount of progress is deserving of reward.Howard is certainly deserving of the Heisman Trophy.
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