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  1. Grants is an entertainment venue in the centre of Croydon which includes a Vue cinema and the Tiger Tiger nightclub.
  2. Grants are a type of student aid that is awarded by the government.
  3. Grants are awarded through a competitive process to established and emerging non-profit organizations through a peer panel review process.
  4. Grants are awarded each year for the basic seminary degree leading to elder — ordination in The United Methodist Church.
  5. Grants are available from the following five NAMM Foundation programs.

Composer Grants

  1. He has received many honors in recent years, including four Meet the Composer grants and a grant from the Acadia Foundation. (Web site)

Writing Grants

  1. Matthew Lesko has written several different books on writing grants and how to get info concerning free grant money from the government.
  2. SchoolGrants: Grant Writing Tips Some good tips to help you with writing grants with a little humor thrown in. (Web site)

Competitive Grants

  1. He has won more than $10 million in competitive grants and external research contracts and filed 13 patents in microphotonics. (Web site)

Award Grants

  1. Purpose of committee: promote, screen and award grants, loans and scholarships to the membership.
  2. A guide to U.S. foundations which award grants for charitable and educational purposes to organizations in Europe. (Web site)

Obtaining Government Grants

  1. This is a complete blueprint for researching, locating and obtaining government grants. (Web site)
  2. The difficulty of obtaining Government Grants depends on the type of grant and the value of the grant. (Web site)

Personal Needs

  1. These government grants can be used to start a small business, go to school, buy a house, do research or even use for personal needs.

Large Grants

  1. He received large grants of land in recognition of the distinguished part he took at the battle of Hastings. (Web site)

Grants Licenses

  1. Under Ethiopia's land tenure system, the government owns all land and grants licenses to farmers allowing them to work it. (Web site)

Government Loans

  1. US tax dollars are set aside for government grants, government loans,education and innovative technolgy.
  2. Each of those companies received extensive grants of land, although none obtained government loans. (Web site)

God Grants

  1. God grants to all men the "prevenient grace" (prevenient meaning "coming before"). (Web site)

Numerous Grants

  1. He has exhibited across Canada and in the United States and won numerous grants and awards.
  2. David Henry Hwang has been awarded numerous grants, including fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundations.

Law Grants

  1. Patent law grants exclusively privileges to inventors so they can earn money from the methods and products that they create.
  2. The law grants you copyright protection automatically upon the creation of your work.

Federal Grants

  1. research grants Complete listing of federal grants See all government grant programs.
  2. Complete listing of federal grants See all government grant programs.
  3. President Bush has called for a 22% increase in federal grants for research and development of alternative energy.

Canadian Government Grants

  1. You can call us directly at 1-800-658-9792, or e-mail us for information on Canadian government grants and loans for your new or existing small business.
  2. Canadian government grants - small business grant - Canada Provides government grants and loans directories for Canadian and US businesses.

Grants Committee

  1. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, who is advised by a Grants Committee, administers these programs.
  2. Council members who are not members of the Grants Committee shall have the right of attendance. (Web site)

Free Government Grants

  1. Grant Seeker Pro gives you every tool you need in order to receive your Free Government Grants.
  2. The Government grants $350 billion in free government grants and other free grants each year.
  3. Free government grants are available to help you start-up, expand or improve your business, if you are eligible. (Web site)


  1. The grants sparked a dispute with the New York governor, who began granting charters of his own for New Yorker settlement in Vermont. (Web site)
  2. One of the group who, under Ethan Allen, resisted the New York claim to the New Hampshire Grants (now Vermont), he was outlawed by New York authorities.


  1. Other fellowships and grants are awarded to Fiji brothers, with significant emphasis given to the financial need and merit of the individual brother.
  2. After Karna has donated his merit, Krishna grants Karna the vision of himself seated on Garuda, accompanied by his wives Radha and Rukmini.


  1. Aims, board, publications, conference, event calendar, grants for repair and research, regional chapters, links.


  1. Under modern conventions the Sovereign always grants the Royal Assent, in the Norman French words " La reyne le veult " (the Queen wishes it).
  2. The Sovereign alone grants membership of the Order; he or she is not advised by the Government, as occurs with most other Orders.


  1. A patent is valid only within the boundaries of the country that grants it.
  2. James may try to assume that his interlocutor believes every act of killing is wrong; if the interlocutor grants this then the argument is valid.


  1. Financial aid distribution is at sixty-five percent scholarships per grants and thirty-five percent loans per jobs.


  1. The more time you waste trying to apply for government grants and loans on your own, the more opportunities you are losing.


  1. Students may also receive government loans and grants while attending selected private institutions.
  2. By participating in World Space Week, teachers can excite students about learning and receive cash grants.
  3. Students from the age of 18 can go to college on government grants.


  1. Many of these government grants, Government Loans and other sources of aid are never awarded. (Web site)
  2. In exchange for housing the refugees while their asylum applications were adjudicated, Australia has provided Nauru with extensive grants and aid. (Web site)


  1. Contributions, grants and gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and provide support for our research and educational programs. (Web site)
  2. The foundation provides funding opportunities in the form of grants to support this mandate. (Web site)
  3. Criticized PC leader Ernie Eves for attempting to regain support in the riding with financial grants.

Million Dollars

  1. Since adopting Arthritis Research as its international philanthropy in 1967, Alpha Omicron Pi has raised over $1.5 million dollars for grants and research. (Web site)
  2. Each day over One Million Dollars in Free Government Grants is given away by the US government. (Web site)
  3. Since its inception, the Sigma Kappa Foundation has awarded over one million dollars in research grants for gerontology and Alzheimer's Disease. (Web site)


  1. In West and Central Africa, IFAD will make $5.7 million in loans and $15 million in grants available.
  2. According to published reports, the nonprofit Discovery Institute received grants and gifts totaling $4.1 million for 2003 from 22 foundations.
  3. He has been conducting scientific research for the last 20 years and has been awarded about $3.5 million in research grants. (Web site)

Non-Profit Organizations

  1. Non-profit organizations are applicable for grants from this foundation, this site provides the guidelines for the application process. (Web site)
  2. ECS Grants conducts nationwide grant writing workshops for school districts, non-profit organizations, and other community agencies.


  1. The Constitution grants the people the right to change their government.
  2. The Constitution grants no power to Congress to prosecute criminal behavior; indeed the Constitution bars bills of attainder explicitly.
  3. The Constitution undeniably grants Congress the power to coin money, i.e. (Web site)


  1. It handles and examines patent applications and grants patent rights in accordance with the law.

Saudi Arabia

  1. Bahrain has received significant budgetary support and project grants from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and the United Arab Emirates. (Web site)


  1. Orestes had at first made promises of such land grants to the German soldiery if they would help him depose Julius Nepos. (Web site)
  2. Carausius defeats Bassanius by persuading his Pictish allies to desert him in exchange for grants of land in Scotland, and sets himself up as king.
  3. The Lower Canada Land Petitions contain petitions for grants or leases of land and other administrative records.


  1. The idea would be for the government to make grants to institutions and then we would be able to competitively bid on providing the hardware.
  2. Grants for the academic community of U.S. specialists in the field of Turkish studies; support includes awards to individual scholars and to institutions. (Web site)


  1. It is uncertain that we will have access to future capital or government grants.


  1. Cofinancing enables the World Bank to leverage its resources with additional financing, often at no interest or as grants, to benefit the recipient country.
  2. Top Government Grants is a collection of resources on government grants awarded in the United States.
  3. OpenBSD still has the concept of "root", for example, and it still grants access to resources at the very coarse-grained level of user IDs. (Web site)


  1. Statewatch is a non-profit voluntary group which is dependent on grants, donations, sales and subscriptions to publications.
  2. In 2003, the Discovery Institute received some $4.1 million in donations and grants. (Web site)


  1. Many countries have local property taxes or a local income tax to pay for local government spending (sometimes along with grants from central government). (Web site)
  2. The city itself collects 5.162.324 zlotys, mostly in taxes and government grants.


  1. Chatter See: Whipsawed Chattel Mortgage A loan agreement that grants to the lender a lien on property other than real estate. (Web site)
  2. The sale may not take place until 30 days after the date the court grants a judgment in favor of the lender.


  1. The burden of financing a college education has been eased due to the availability of grants, scholarships, work assistance, and loans.
  2. Aéroports de Montréal is financing all of these improvements itself, with no government grants.


  1. Bound by the power of the mantra, Surya impregnates Kunti and grants her a son as radiant and strong as his father although she didn't want a son.
  2. The 1987 Philippine Constitution also explicitly grants to the Supreme Court the power of judicial review over laws and executive actions. (Web site)
  3. However, there is nothing in the Constitution that grants the Congress the power to enact legal tender laws.


  1. A patent is a legally recognized monopoly which the government grants in exchange for disclosure of how to make and use an invention.


  1. NOF New Opportunities Fund A lottery distributor created to award grants to education, health and environment projects throughout the UK.
  2. Funding: NORCCAP trial 1 was funded by grants from the Norwegian Cancer Society and the Norwegian Ministry of Health. (Web site)


  1. Mr. Johnson has been the recipient of many grants and awards including two Grand Awards for choreography in 2001 and 2004. (Web site)
  2. Mr. Abels has been the recipient of two Meet The Composer grants, both of which support the creation of new work with an educational slant.


  1. If the court grants the petition, the case is scheduled for briefing and argument. (Web site)


  1. If the Court accepts the case, it grants a Writ of Certiorari. (Web site)
  2. If an appellate court grants a writ of certiorari, it agrees to take the appeal.
  3. But most come up for review on the writ of certiorari, a discretionary writ that the court grants or refuses at its own discretion. (Web site)


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