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use "patronize" in a sentence

He takes up painting, and makes an attempt to patronize an ÚmigrÚ Russian artist of genius.

In many cases the participants are encouraged to patronize the hosts (esp. in restaurant meetings, by buying dinner).

A bus will make regular stops to the scenic overlook, and visitors

Vitthala enjoyed royal patronage in this era.

william wilson erected a small distillery on the east bank of the Rocky River just east of the center in 1825. The "topers" of Liverpool declared the whiskey a fair article and the distillery had sufficient patronage to operate for eight years.

It is possible that he saw the re-emergence of a strong monarchy under King Ananda Mahidol as a threat to his prospects of returning to power under U.S. patronage.

It was the 'outer ground' costing the least to get in and attracting working class patronage.

Kannada enjoyed patronage from royalty, influential Jains and the Lingayat movement of Virashaivas (Thapar 2003, p396) At an administrative level, the regional language was used to record locations and rights related to land grants.

As Horthy stalled, the politicians folded, and granted him "the general prerogatives of the King, with the exception of the right to name titles of nobility and of the patronage of the Church." with their popularity, patronage had increased beyond the normal operating capabilities and it had become clear that a larger and more powerful railmotor was needed.

Even in their decline, The Talpurs continued their patronage of arts and literature as before.

The fares were too high for the average worker so the horse trams saw little patronage; services began later than when workers began their day so were of little use to most.

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