Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of granter.

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Examples

  • High sex ratios in the West, that is high ratios of granters to grantees, reduced the political costs and risks to male electorates and legislators of extending the franchise.

    An Economic Analysis of Woman Suffrage

  • There is no representational philosophy that would legitimate apportioning the most powerful legislators in the country according to arbitrary and widely disparate numbers of voters, representing arbitrary tracts of land that owe their boundaries to the whims of land granters centuries ago.

    Diminish the Senate « Gerry Canavan

  • It is the job of the institutions of science (peer review, PhD granters, funders, etc) to filter real science from junk, the legitimate from the illegitimate.

    All those liars for Jesus

  • It is the job of the institutions of science (peer review, PhD granters, funders, etc) to filter real science from junk, the legitimate from the delegitimate.

    All those liars for Jesus

  • But the report says only "file incomplete, contact credit bureau for consumer history" - and many credit granters don't bother.

    Debts From Your 'Ex'

  • Unquestionably, these always bright and personable "left-gatekeeping" organization heads work hand in hand with the power holders, political party heads, foundation money granters, and infiltrated US media to create feel-good events, protests, and conventions to keep delusional liberals believing their vote still counts, that their protests make all the difference, and that an American democracy actually exists.

    Interview with "Building A New World Conference" Organizer, Garda Ghista

  • One of those provisions, summarized by the heading of Title III, ensured the "Legal Certainty for Swap Agreements," which successfully divorced the granters of subprime mortgage loans from any obligation to ever collect on them.

    Robert Scheer: A Fox to Protect the Henhouse?

  • As a result, the institutions issuing mortgages were encouraged to write more and more loans so that they could be sold off, and the granters of the mortgages were no longer at risk, simply collecting their fees and passing the loans along.

    Mitchell Bard: It's Time for the "Deregulators" Like McCain to Step Aside and Shut Up

  • Yet many of these mistakes originate with the credit granters, who can be rude, recalcitrant and disbelieving when consumers go to them to complain.

    Guarding Your Good Name

  • Credit granters had indicated that there was a scramble for good customers and that delinquency was increasing.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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