from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fund.
- adj. Having financial support. Paid for.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Existing in the form of bonds bearing regular interest.
- adj. Invested in public funds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Existing in the form of bonds bearing regular interest; constituting of forming part of the permanent debt of a government or corporation at a fixed rate of interest: as, a funded debt. See debt and fund.
- Invested in public funds: as, funded money.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. furnished with funds
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In his diatribe against the companies, which he described as funded by the American government, he said they were responsible for a litany of bloody crimes against the Afghan people.
So far a large portion of the deleverage was made on short-term funded activities.
Has massive PEPFAR funding actually reduced the incidence of malaria and TB in funded countries, or not?
The incentive would also include a 4-year insurance discount of 25% (again funded by the government).
Even basic infrastructure from roads and air corridors to basic science research funded from the public coffers to the internet itself (the product of a government research project) form part of an intricate web that ties corporate wealth to all our communities.
This initiative will be funded from a combination of sources:
They could form Political Action Committees (PACs) to support or attack specific candidates, but those PACs had to be funded by individuals who worked for the company and couldn't be funded from the corporation's treasury directly.
Because your logic of not supporting health care reform because it's "government-run, government-funded" is just as idiotic!
One question that I assume they will be asking, if they are not already – my Spanish is regrettably rudimentary – is how was the Wine Academy of Spain funded when it was set up in 2003.
In other words, every body that is funded from the public purse or which carries out a public sector function is subject to the FoI Act and must comply with its provisions.
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