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Sponsorship
Sponsorship Spon"sor*ship, n. State of being a sponsor.

Meaning of Sponsors from wikipedia

- Sponsor or sponsorship may refer to a person or organization with some sort of responsibility for another person or organisation: Sponsor (commercial)...
- of the general sponsor may be supplemented by the general sponsors for certain categories, as well as the main sponsor. Team sponsor provides funds for...
- re****tion of and relationship with the financial sponsor. Additionally, many companies owned by financial sponsors will raise equity in the public markets through...
- Sponsors Peak (77°18′S 161°24′E / 77.300°S 161.400°E / -77.300; 161.400Coordinates: 77°18′S 161°24′E / 77.300°S 161.400°E / -77.300; 161.400) is...
- "State Sponsors of Terrorism" is a designation applied by the United States Department of State to countries which the Department alleges to have "repeatedly...
- The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) (Pub.L. 114–222) is a law p****ed by the United States Congress that narrows the scope of the legal...
- in the CACFP by the National Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Sponsors ****ociation. Klobuchar and Senator Al Franken received the 2014 Friends...
- Mbit/s in a speed test. Vodacom is a sponsor of many South African sports. In provincial rugby union, they are the sponsors of the Pretoria-based Vodacom Blue...
- as sponsors for the child. They vocalized the confession of faith and acted as guarantors of the child's spiritual beliefs. Normally, these sponsors were...
- Sponsored repayment is a personal finance strategy where consumers enter into an arrangement with one or a coalition of sponsors so that a portion of the...
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