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Synonyms for patronage

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aid or support given by a patron

the commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

customers or patrons collectively

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the political appointments or jobs that are at the disposal of those in power

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the act of providing approval and support

customers collectively

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a communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient

(politics) granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to office in return for political support

the business given to a commercial establishment by its customers

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support by being a patron of

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be a regular customer or client of

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Montblanc's Patron of Art Edition 2017 pays tribute to Scipione Borghese, the Italian cardinal considered one of the greatest patrons and collectors of Roman baroque art during the 17th century.
Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Max von Oppenheim - A writing jewel with a hint of the OrientPeople like Max von Oppenheim, who achieved great things in the past, are inspirational figures for the present.
Megalomedia is a sideline, a business-minded parallel to Charles Saatchi's high profile as a patron of art.
His true fame rests on his activities as a patron of art and learning.
An avid patron of art and design, and a regular visitor of Zona Tortona, he enjoyed his new place as exhibitor.
Summary: Since 1992, Montblanc has honoured important historical patrons of culture and sciences with the renowned Patron of Art Edition, eagerly awaited by collectors all over the world.
In summary, this exhibition is a tribute to a man who was an art dealer, a publisher, a patron of art, music, literature, theatre, and a 'tastemaker', a beacon for a hopeful new generation.
A bibliophile and a patron of art, Philip amassed a fine collection of rare books and paintings at the Escorial, where he died and lies buried.
This patron of art and culture was then newly returned from Venice where the Philippines rejoined the Art Biennale for the first time in 51 years.
UAE Minister of Culture, Youth, and Community Abdul Rahman Mohammad Al Owais will once again be the patron of Art Antiques Design Dubai, reiterating his enthusiasm and encouragement for this initiative, according to Brian Haughton from Haughton International Fair.
Braunmiller on the earl of Somerset's lengthy post-disgrace career as patron of art and literature is a fascinating exercise in exhumation and rehabilitation.
Handsome, charismatic, and brilliant, Pericles was a skillful, ruthless, and patriotic politician and a gifted strategist; Thucydides believed he could have led Athens to victory, but his successors lacked his vision and skill; a patron of art and learning and a friend of Sophocles, he is also notable for his cultural achievements.
On other issues, President Khama promised artists that he would continue to support them even after stepping down from the presidency, saying the Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Culture Development, Mr Thapelo Olopeng had appointed him as the Patron of Arts and Culture in Botswana.
Sacred to Lord Ganesha, widely revered in the Hindu pantheon of gods and goddesses as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, Lord of intellect and wisdom, Bermuda grass also goes by the name of Durva, Kusha, Doob in Hindi.
Legarda, National Commission for Culture and the Arts' (NCCA) Dangal ng Haraya Patron of Arts and Culture, hopes to further inspire the Filipino audience to appreciate and love our own culture through this new season of the program.