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fund

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to supply capital to or for

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support through subsidies

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secure the assistance of by granting a subsidy, as of nations or military forces

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It's not a gold mine, but what we do for the external community in a lot of cases helps offset the services we subsidize for the university community," says Auxiliary Services VP Aughenbaugh.
One common argument for corporate welfare is that Japan and Europe subsidize their corporations, compelling U.
Despite the family-friendly policies of some major corporations and federal initiatives designed to subsidize child care, employer-assisted child care remains a privilege available primarily to permanent, full-time employees of large corporations (see "Who's Watching The Kids?
Companies that subsidize 100% of such benefits could realize substantial savings, but the proposal would have no impact on companies that do not subsidize dependent benefits at all.
By the first model, in case of a loan of 50,000 euros with a 20-year payback period, the Government is going to subsidize the monthly rate for 11 years with 80 percent in the first eight years and with 50 percent in the remaining three years.
During the past year, the feds began to subsidize biodiesel to the tune of $1 for every gallon.
Of the 32 properties with HUD mortgages that matured during the past 10 years, 16 have rental assistance contracts that continue to subsidize at least some units, and 10 of the remaining 16 that GAO was able to contact offer rents that are affordable to tenants with incomes below 50 percent of area median income.
To add insult to injury, not only will kids who did not break any laws be denied entry to the campus of their choice; their parents will be forced to subsidize the children of those who did not play by the rules.
Drivers pay, in the form of gasoline taxes, for the roads they use, and not all the taxes go to build roads-a substantial fraction now goes to subsidize the buses and subways of municipal transit.
It touches on all aspects of the health care controversy - the high cost of new medical technologies and patients' access to them, the critical need for outcome data to validate new therapies, add the issue of who should subsidize medical research - the federal government, policyholders, patients, or manufacturers.
The government has allocated Rs 500 million to Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) for Financial Year 2015/16 to subsidize interests of loans that they float to ranchers at 6%.
The nation's home builders have called on the Bush administration to rescind punishing tariffs on Canadian lumber imports following last Friday's unanimous ruling by a North American Free Trade Agreement panel that Canada does not subsidize its lumber industry.
Supervisor Antonovich believes it's not an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars to subsidize housing for a registered sex offender living near two schools.
taxpayers are tapped to subsidize loans and loan guarantees used to finance the export of auto manufacturing overseas.
Should students be forced to subsidize campus activism?