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  • v. Present participle of bankroll.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Last week, Republican Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) met with elite hedge fund managers to enlist “Wall Street’s help” in bankrolling Republican campaigns this year.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Bank Lobbyists Huddle For Another Secret Meeting With GOP Senators

  • Ross also "loved" being a journalism fellow and had a deep attachment to Massey College, so it seemed "entirely fitting" to approach Massey's Fraser about three months ago with the idea of bankrolling one of the Canadian Journalism Fellowships.

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  • The Tories last night accused the Government of 'bankrolling' the trade unions - which, in turn, are the biggest funders of the Labour party.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The USA is ever engaged in very grand affairs, such as bankrolling trillion dollar wars by borrowing from China and Saudi Arabia.

    NOTHING MUCH

  • Iain Dale is now quibbling over the description of this as "bankrolling".

    Archive 2008-03-09

  • We are not going to solve any of these problems until we can, as a nation, stand up to the Washington politicians and demand that "bankrolling" politicians by industries and special interest groups stop.

    Who's Killing Uncle Sam?

  • The Tory leader will suggest the Prime Minister is failing to act and putting thousands of jobs at risk because Unite is "bankrolling" his party.

    icScotland

  • So not surprisingly, it is bankrolling the pushback.

    'The New Tammany Hall'

  • The attorney, Jonathan Sumption , asked Mr. Berezovsky whether businessman Michael Cherney was bankrolling his lawsuit in exchange for a share of the damages.

    Russian Tycoon Testifies to a Loan From Witness

  • When/if the Egyptians get rid of their Oligarchy the void will be filled by all the usual suspects, rich Egyptians with friends in the old regime buying up state assets and making a fortune then buying a British football team or newspaper, while all our favourite multinationals move in to offer their wares while bankrolling the new breed of rightwing Egyptian politician.

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