from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who donates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who makes a gift; a donor; a giver.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, a donor.
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* É possível ficar full sem doar, pois se pode fabricar coin donator fazendo quests!
Actually, the letters originally said “Dear donator” but in every case the word donator had been erased and was replaced with the name Jessamyn.
Without a good horse, a contestant becomes what the cowboys call a "donator" (someone who keeps entering, but never wins prize money).
Everything they do is “fake” because the support comes from the largest donator of left-wing causes.
In such event, all donations will be returned or held over for the next award period, according to the wishes of the donator.
Michael Jackson never said he was the biggest donator, and why should that detract from what he did accomplish here?
The ethics committee has testimony putting Mr. Rangel on record importuning these donator-interests to give to the Rangel Center amid these debates.
Sandra was the lender of books, the writer of letters, the donator of scarves, the lover of elephants, and all things from another time, things that had enjoyed many lives before they came our way.
Instead, you accept the donation as a general, unallocated donation, but after the transaction is complete the donator is presented with the option to specify to which part (or person) of the project they want their money to go.
Reader Chris, a donator to his local police department, is disturbed by the calls he has been receiving from the Richmond Police telemarketers.