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  • n. Plural form of subsidy.


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  • Last month, the Miller campaign was forced to concede that the GOP candidate had received $7,235 in subsidies from the U.S.

    Despite Joe Miller Calling Federal Aid Unconstitutional, His Wife Received Unemployment Benefits

  • Financially, the Liberals are almost entirely dependent upon monies received in subsidies from the last Federal Election.

    2008 August 04 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • He said that $4 billion in what he calls subsidies, tax breaks for the oil industry.

    Obama's Oil Panic

  • Ramping up the subsidies is a relatively cheap way for the French to go as it usually falls to the UK, as a net contributor to the EU, to have to fork out to keep French politicians in office.

    The French Protection

  • European countries, including Britain, were alarmed by Clinton's protest on Monday over what he called subsidies for Airbus, the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • His preference is to end what he calls subsidies for the rural companies because they're no longer needed. - News

  • Without any consultations it has plans to remove what it calls subsidies on petroleum products.

    Vanguard News

  • Do you really think they’ve received $100 billion in subsidies from the various states in which they have plants?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Southern Way

  • However, the conservatives argue that somehow, somewhere, Congress will slip in subsidies to the tune of at least $200 billion a year ($2 trillion over a 10-year budget horizon) to support a public plan that provides bad insurance.

    Explain something to me - poli

  • A bipartisan group of 183 members of Congress sent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter on Monday urging her to allow a vote on an amendment to cut the massive abortion funding and subsidies from the main health care "reform" bill in the chamber.



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