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“Sponsorship is tax-deductable, and the sponsor gets credit on Internet Archive's site for helping to save this important element of cinematic history.”
“Sponsorship is extremely important too, and top faculty at top ranked schools can do a much more effective job of this than someone in a lesser school.”
“As we ambled into a dusky conference room, Luke began to talk about the organization's lifeline known as the Sponsorship program.”
“VNU, the company who owns data research brands such as Nielsen Media Research and Billboard, recently introduced a service called Sponsorship Scorecard, which allows companies, teams, and sports leagues to track the return on their sponsorship investment of televised sporting events.”
“When the events that eventually came to be known as the Sponsorship Scandal first occurred, was there a media blackout?”
“As for the anti-Conservative bias, I wonder if Mr Harper remembers a little thing called the Sponsorship Scandal, that the supposedly liberal media used to usher him into power?”
“I have heard of a process called "Sponsorship" were the Mexican family assure a place to live and a job.”
“So for a few days leading into the event, several of my employees who have arrangement-design experience, led by their wonderful manager Leticia, prepared two different designs - one for the expensive "Sponsorship" tables, and another, smaller design for the other tables.”
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