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  • verb Present participle of regrant.

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  • We have, in fact, identified three strategies for foundations to effectively support the important work of these nonprofits: provide multi-year general support grants, utilize regranting and capacity-building intermediaries, and attract new givers through grant-maker collaboratives.

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  • If the time between the lapsing and the regranting seems long, it has to be observed, first, that arrears to the date of the lapse are carefully specified; secondly, that even in the case of the laureateship patent, four whole months, as has been seen, elapsed between the instruction for it and the patent itself.

    The Dramatic Works of John Dryden

  • The effect of these bribes was that the Attorney General received orders to draw up a charter regranting the old privileges to the old Company.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 4

  • If the time between the lapsing and the regranting seems long, it has to be observed, first, that arrears to the date of the lapse are carefully specified; secondly, that even in the case of the laureateship patent, four whole months, as has been seen, elapsed between the instruction for it and the patent itself.

    The Dramatic Works of John Dryden, Volume 1 With a Life of the Author

  • In 1995, former chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh took up the issue of regranting the land.

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  • You can use this clause to change the definition of an existing directory without dropping, re-creating, and regranting database object privileges previously granted on the directory.

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  • Whatever; earmarks undermine orderly, rational regranting programs. waste public funds, and unravel work done in crafting and passing the original funding legislation.

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  • = tors should be made acquainted with It, & ... that they may fall upon a right method to come at their rents & that must be by cancelling & regranting, as for the Consideration if it is to be had is Collo.

    Letter from Robert Carter to [Edmund Jenings,Jr.], March 8, 1721

  • On December 22, 2008, the Foundation Coalition, a group of nine California-based foundations, pledged to collectively grant (1) in excess of $20 million - over and above ongoing commitments - to support organizations serving minority-led and other grassroots community-based organizations serving diverse and / or low-income communities; and (2) in excess of $10 million to joint community-based regranting programs to provide leadership training, technical assistance, and organizational capacity support to smaller, minority-led and other grassroots organizations.

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