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  • v  raise money for a cause or project

  • She has also found it increasingly difficult to campaign and fundraise for 2010 congressional candidates, and her Twittering from Wasilla is like shouting from the top of Mount .
  • Comes after Burris acknowledges he tried to fundraise for Blago while seeking the Senate seat, contradicting his earlier testimony.
  • The group pops up on unwitting Web sites around the world in order to communicate, recruit and fundraise.
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  • Ron Clark in USA Today
    We teach school all day and fundraise at night,said Clark, who finds private donors to pay most of the $14,000 annual tuition for each student. "To have an unsolicited gift come like that is incredible."
  • Tony McNulty in Africasia
    This means that it will be a criminal offence to belong to, fundraise and encourage support for the military wing of the organisation,junior Home Office minister Tony McNulty said in a statement.
  • Gordon Brown in Africasia
    We're particularly honoured that he'll be celebrating his birthday here in London and that he's using his birthday to selflessy fundraise and build further support for his exceptional 46664 charity,said Brown.

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