Thesaurus / subsidies

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That, added to the Subsidies, is surely a point of union;—though again there may such discrepancies rise!

The people had banded and murmured against the subsidies for the French war.

More than a broad-line sketch of the land grants and subsidies to railroads by the United States would be out of proportion.

If the Federal Government is dependent on subsidies from the States, it can have no strength, nor even any real democratic basis.

The New GermanyGeorge Young

He had promised to pay his allies, but their zeal in his cause subsided when they were left without their subsidies.

The Comic History of RomeGilbert Abbott Becket

Cardinal Alberoni promised both Peter and Charles to furnish them with subsidies.

Some of these subsidies, from the subsequent times of confusion, were not raised.

Its first expenses were met with the help of Spanish subsidies.

The Thirty Years' WarSamuel Rawson Gardiner

The railroads came into Chicago without the inducement of subsidies, because they wanted to carry its wheat.

Cyrus Hall McCormickHerbert Newton Casson

Concerning the subsidies of the Messengers for the work of the Bridge of London, complaining to be admitted.

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