Definitions

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  • n. money to support a worthy person or cause

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Examples

  • FedMoney.org is the most comprehensive free full-text online resource on all U.S. government grants and student financial aid programs.

    Street Judge

  • The College Work-Study Program provides jobs for undergraduate and graduate students who need financial aid and gives them a chance to earn money to help pay educational expenses.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • "I'm applying to the Klingenschoen Fund for financial aid for the Yarrows," she said.

    The Cat Who Went Underground

  • Although Mr. Saleh has been a recipient of vast sums in financial aid from north of the border, the Islamist opposition party al-Islah, or "reform," has also enjoyed Saudi patronage.

    In Crisis, Saudis Gain Leverage On the Ground

  • Europe he obtained financial aid for the destitute churches by pledging the submission of the coetus to the Classis of Amsterdam.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • By contrast, on average, New York City independent schools offered financial aid to 19.9% of students in 2010-11, according to the National Association of Independent Schools.

    Private School Tuition Bill Tops $40,000

  • Campus-based aid programs are federal grant and loan programs that are administered by the financial aid officer of each participating college or university.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • As part of the full suite of student loans and financial aid services, the Student Loan Network offers Stafford Loans for undergraduate and graduate students and federal loan consolidation services for recent graduates.

    Street Judge

  • It also urged a smooth transition to democracy, ruled out participation of "perpetrators of atrocities against civilians" in a future political settlement, and called on members to provide financial aid to the opposition, including the unfreezing of Libyan assets and helping the opposition to resume the production and export of oil.

    U.S., allies formally recognize Libya rebels

  • In 1741 Father Greaton received an assistant in the person of Rev. Henry Neale, S.J. Welcome financial aid came to the Pennsylvania missions through the bounty of Sir John

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

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