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be nuh fak ter

  • n  a person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help)

  • The Academy was breathing its last when suddenly they found a benefactor in Mr Shravan who made a big donation.
  • As a benefactor and leader of a major philanthropy, he has not only continually challenged the science community to conquer brain-related disabilities and diseases, but he has .
  • And what a splendid fellow he was too, in addition to being such a benefactor to mankind (unless you want to hold all the Yankees who have moved to the South against him).
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  • Danny Fiszman in Independent
    Fiszman said: "We don't believe in the benefactor model. It is not a question of a one-time infusion of cash to buy a player. You actually then have salaries that are connected to the players. What if they don't work out? Do you go and buy another...
  • Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo in Forbes
    I have witnessed the zeal of Rev. Sun Myung Moon for the realization of the Kingdom for God,Milingo wrote. "His concern for the welfare of the whole world makes him not only a world benefactor, but more importantly a person whose vision,...
  • Phil Mickelson in Florida Times-Union
    I don't think I could have imagined the impact that Tiger Woods has had on the game of golf,said defending Masters champion Phil Mickelson. "But I sure am a huge benefactor of it and sure am appreciative of it. The type of dollars we're...

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