Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of funder.

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Examples

  • "Banks in Europe have historically been short-term funders," said Mr. D'Ercole of Barclays.

    Underwriting Tumbles to Crisis Levels

  • As Michaels puts it, the suggestion "that academic scientists are more beholden to public funding agencies than corporate funders is on face ludicrous."

    Boing Boing: December 7, 2003 - December 13, 2003 Archives

  • The original sin of their funders was the belief that their primitive metrics empowered them with accurate measures of which schools were effectively adding value to student performance and which were not.

    John Thompson: The Fundamental Choice

  • Corporations might be less inclined than unions to spend their wealth on independent expenditures, for instance, perhaps because corporations think that when they are identified as the funders, many listeners will be turned off from the message.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Chief Beneficiaries of Citizens United?

  • Among the funders is the University of Hasselt, which will provide support in exchange for an equity stake and will join forces with Apitope by providing its own research on diagnostics.

    Makers Of Potential Multiple Sclerosis Vaccine Forced To Quit UK

  • Big name funders and local school districts are among those watching.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The PAC does not have to disclose who its big-name funders are.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • Our funders are the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and we are funded as part of the Community Development Programme.

    Politics.ie

  • WHY? what if her funders are the same who fund Alqeda?

    Raging Red

  • Furthermore, so-called funders demand incredible amounts of detail and thoroughness in unfunded applications, they demand sophisticated program modeling with intricate metrics, data collection, monitoring, evaluation, etc., etc. --- very little of it funded.

    Fast Company

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