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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBSIDIZING

Ostrander bit out, "Then who is subsidizing this El Hassan?"

He had himself to pay tribute to Egypt, and Egypt was subsidizing his enemy.

Is legislation in this field to be considered as subsidizing certain types of private enterprise?

Subsidizing the opera: shall this be done by the state, as in Germany; or by individuals, as in New York?

He earnestly supported Henry's bill for subsidizing marriages of natives and whites and was disappointed by its defeat.

As to the extent to which Jefferson went in subsidizing the Gazette for his own use, the reader may judge for himself.

Print newspapers offer package deals of subsidized content (sold for a token amount) and subsidizing advertising.

He was generous in carrying out the royal custom of subsidizing the feeding of paupers.

Mind was on the alert, not only subsidizing the present, but looking curiously into the past.

Others were subsidizing graduate students to whom the conditions of successful research were denied.

WORD ORIGIN

1795, from subsidy + -ize. Originally "to pay to hire" (mercenaries, foreign troops, etc.), also of nations, "to buy neutrality or alliance." Meaning "to bribe" is from 1815. Meaning "to support by grants of (often government) money" is from 1828. Related: Subsidized; subsidizing.

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