Many of these funds are in turn controlled by publicly elected officials.
“We have starved this government of funds and true support,” Rubin told me in an interview.
In a newspaper interview Sunday, he claimed the government had assisted the militants with arms and funds.
In any case, she was forced to pack up the funds in 1964 after the SEC discovered she had failed to file any reports.
There was no studio per se other than the funds, and we were creating the infrastructure.
I know that my genius will supply the lack, but it would go more quickly with the help of funds.
I had bought a new porte-monnaie in New Orleans, and all my funds were in it.
The company, Ezra explained to Carol, had no funds for giving pensions.
A college, too, would be of great value if funds for it could be collected.
Colton gives an instance of trust justified on an occasion when, pressed for funds, he created a "trusty."
1660s, from French fond "a bottom, floor, ground" (12c.), also "a merchant's basic stock or capital," from Latin fundus "bottom, foundation, piece of land," from PIE root *bhudh- "bottom, base" (cf. Sanskrit budhnah, Greek pythmen "foundation, bottom," Old English botm "lowest part;" see bottom (n.)). Funds "money at one's disposal" is from 1728. Fund-raiser (also fundraiser) first attested 1957.
1776, from fund (n.). Related: Funded; funding.