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Sentence count:202+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: subsistside by sidecubssubstancesubsequentsubscribersubstantialsubstantiallyMeaning: ['sʌbsɪdɪ]  n. a grant paid by a government to an enterprise that benefits the public. 
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1 The company received a substantial government subsidy.
2 The Arts Council granted them a small subsidy.
3 This would be a radical departure from the subsidy system.
4 The level of subsidy given to farmers is to be reduced.
5 The subsidy for company cars is to be phased out next year.
6 The EU should have the power to suspend subsidy payments to farmers who pollute the environment.
7 This is the state subsidy theory of strikes.
8 The third major cause of patchiness is energy subsidy.
9 It received a subsidy of 6,[]000 acres per mile.
10 And they did it without a public subsidy.
11 The banks receive a government subsidy to cover the differential between market interest rates and the loan's fixed interest rate.
12 No wonder the muster takers and subsidy collectors sometimes experienced difficulty in classifying them.
13 A price subsidy causes the budget line to change to 13.
14 On the other hand, no funds and no subsidy schemes at all would mean an end to cultural policies.
15 For the subsidy has encouraged amateurish management and an uncommercial approach.
16 Nevertheless, the balance between central and local government subsidy for sport changed markedly in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
17 The help that the government gives the industry amounts to an indirect subsidy.
18 The British government is expected to reject the idea of state subsidy for a new high speed railway.
19 European farmers are planning a massive demonstration against farm subsidy cuts.
20 There were also pledges to soften the impact of the subsidy cuts on the poorer regions.
21 They built and financed a whole new suburb, and they did it without a public subsidy.
22 This literature is very substantial and far more sophisticated than the state subsidy theory of strikes.
23 Cost-based prices would prevent such entry, but would probably require a subsidy.
24 This may be the only way of escaping from the temptation of continuing perpetual agricultural subsidy in one guise or another.
25 Florida has successfully used private capital in prison construction and operation, with a minimal state subsidy for each inmate.
26 The school gets a $ 10. 3 million state subsidy, a third of its yearly budget.
27 The result - heavy industry and low value added production kept going long past its time, ineffectually, by subsidy.
28 The crunch has come, however, when the period of subsidy ends, or when the economy has moved into recession.
29 The channel thus had financial security without either public subsidy or the need to bow to the ratings.
30 The cost transfer necessary would be far greater than the cost of the price subsidy.
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