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Rather, the substance of national partisan conflict largely had to do with competing tariff policy visions and how best to exploit political spoils and patronage.
HOW MUCH LONGER CAN THIS ERA OF POLITICAL GRIDLOCK LAST?LEE DRUTMAN (DRUTMAN@NEWAMERICA.ORG)MARCH 4, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The palace spun the yanking of their patronages as something that must be done in accord with tradition, but stressed that there are no hard feelings.
Meghan, a former TV actress, will also surrender her patronage of the National Theatre, bestowed to her by the queen, who herself had held the honor for 45 years.
While the spots in those guides still very much deserve patronage, it’s worth looking at the Honolulu restaurants that are surviving and even thriving during this trying year.
Back at Glenaan Station in New Zealand, Allbirds’ place in the market relative to more well known brands takes a back seat to the fact that its patronage allows the shepherd who supplies its wool to make impressive capital improvements to his farm.
He was a weaver in humble life till his self-acquired attainments attracted patronage.
Coldriver did not know there was such a thing as inviting patronage by skillful display.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
It is now a city of fifty thousand and dates its rise from the patronage of royalty a century and a half ago.
Mr. Nell, is an excellent man, and deserves the patronage of the public.
Notwithstanding her popularity and patronage, she died in France in great obscurity and penury.

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