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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of subsidize.
- adj. that receives a subsidy
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having partial financial support from public funds
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The "free and independent individualist west" is a fantasy -- the economic engine of the US has always been in the east and western land use policy has been heavily subsidized from the outset.
Being in subsidized housing is better than being on the street.
What both stories have in common are government health plans that are subsidized from the outside: The Feds are pouring money into Massachusetts and money is sucked out of the private medical side to subsidize Medicare.
I think it is hilarious that the Pelosi threatener lives in subsidized housing ….
This guy lives in subsidized housing and gets welfare checks.
As the nation's leading urban center, New York City should take a leading role in garnering support around the country for federal long-term subsidized jobs.
The big three had been lobbying the government, and it appeared successfully, for a bailout ($25 billion in subsidized loans).
The big three and their suppliers are getting $25 billion in subsidized loans from the taxpayer.
You are likely a renter or live in subsidized housing and do not understand heating cost.
If one homeless person looks bad (especially one who lives nearby in subsidized housing at 125 a month), well, all of political correctness looks bad.
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