Definitions

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  • noun The act or process of subsidizing.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun money (or other benefits) obtained as a subsidy
  • noun the act of providing a subsidy

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Examples

  • Because Canada Post has been and must continue to be primarily a public service and an instrument of public communications policy, it will require subsidization from the Treasury.

    The Future of the Post Office

  • Add in subsidization (Medicare, Medicaid, government employee health plans, veterans’ benefits, etc.) and (legally) constrained supply and you’ve got a formula for runaway costs.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Ballooning Health Care Costs

  • "I don't really envision anybody who should opt out of this unless they think by taking that 6.5 percent (of) retired pay, they could invest that some place where they could get a return equal to the amount of subsidization, which is nearly 50 percent," said McGee.

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  • Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.

    Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News

  • Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.

    Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News

  • Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.

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  • Since the Kindle DX actually costs quite a bit more than the Kindle 2, "it makes sense to explore ... other forms of distribution, such as subsidization by newspapers," Rubin said.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Of course, all health insurance pools are to some extent redistributive in this way, as there is inevitably some cross-subsidization within insurance.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Is the tax power infinite?

  • And moving on, you say that the big-city easterners pay for the land use policies of the west through tax-subsidization, and that because of this, they are owed a seat at the discussion and legislation table.

    Bush Administration v. Environmental Groups

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