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Synonyms for fund

Synonyms for fund

the monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual

to supply capital to or for

Synonyms for fund

convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds

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place or store up in a fund for accumulation

provide a fund for the redemption of principal or payment of interest

invest money in government securities

accumulate a fund for the discharge of a recurrent liability

furnish money for

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"There is a 'drop-in' element to the event with opportunities to hear from the funders but also to speak direct to them on a one-to-one basis."
Springer Nature is specifically calling on cOAlition S funders to:
The process of obtaining TPF will depend on the funder, the jurisdiction, and the case.
* Solidify a set of actionable principles that can be used by research funders to accelerate access to research and underlying data.
* Show the funder a well-rounded view of the situation.
Dubai SME, the agency of Dubai Economy mandated to develop the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, and Womena have jointly launched the 'Future Founders and Future Funders Programme,' aimed to draw on venture capital (VC) as an enabler of entrepreneurship among Emirati women.
Munoz denied committing malpractice, but a federal district judge ruled against him in February, saying any responsible person in Munoz's position "would know that failing to disclose or withdraw from the conflict in question could lead to disqualification of [the judge in the divorce case], nullification of his orders, and the consequent waste of [Law Funder's] time and paid attorney's fees."
Typically, a third party funder will seek a 15% to 50% share of the sum recovered through the arbitration process (the median share is around a third).
Both institutions and funders are seeking this link between the data in the laboratory and the data posting requirements.
"At the time, FW Capital was one of the few funders in the region offering established small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) an alternative funding source and we saw a good selection of potential investment opportunities from the types of businesses the fund was set up to back."
How to tell your story to a funder, trustee or beneficiary--communicating your positive impact.
The NGS has raised PS42.5 million, making it one of the most significant funders of nursing and caring charities in Britain and the largest single funder for Marie Curie and MacMillan Nurses, and Pensychnant is proud to be a small part of this.
At one session, a funder approached Schaps with an idea -- to fund a conference to help federally qualified health centers and managed care groups figure out the best way to work under health reform -- and the two were able to make it happen.
Obesity Australia chief Professor John Funder said that children of women who diet during pregnancy as well as those who overeat are more likely to grow up to be overweight.
Once the funder has reviewed the merits of the case and agreed to proceed, they will agree to provide funding for both the plaintiff's legal costs absolutely and also for the defendant's costs, where the action is unsuccessful.