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- n. Plural form of patroniser.
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Under an arrangement with his present patronisers, the vacation will commence 1st day of August and terminate 30th of September.
'The TBS take advantage of adherence to old custom and the ignorance of patronisers, 90 per cent of who are illiterates, that if you go to orthodox (hospitals), they will cut off their legs.'
The statue, it it believed, has lent unchallenged powers to its patronisers throughout its history.