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- adv. In a philanthropic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a philanthropic manner; benevolently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a philanthropic manner
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I do think the No. 1 saying in a relationship is mutual respect for the other person, including the other persons goals and aspirations, whether that is professionally geared or philanthropically focused.
The funds from the "Now Eat This!" truck are intended to pay for the free meals the chef hands out at schools around the city, "but so far it's been philanthropically funded," he said.
"I know obviously a lot of people that are much wealthier than I and people of equal wealth," says Mr. Smilow, "and it is my belief that I'm unusual with regard to my mission to do as much as I can in my lifetime philanthropically."
"It took me half an hour to craft a compelling email and I've never made an offer to match philanthropically like that."
ProPublica does true public service media, funded philanthropically and according to a strict code of ethics.
Hey, the folks at ProPublica do true public service media, funded philanthropically and according to a strict code of ethics.
Today, Felix Dennis is also to be found: writing (and performing) his rave-reviewed poetry; and philanthropically planting a 1,300-acre (and growing) forest of substantial native broadleaf trees in Warwickshire, in the middle of England.
Bill sold his company in 2004 for an immense profit and immediately looked for ways to "give back" philanthropically.
To see more videos of Bill and Melinda Gates and their mission to philanthropically spend their billions, visit CBSNews. com.
He did admirable things, to be sure, especially philanthropically, and he usually insisted on anonymity in so doing.