"I'm one of your middle-class Americans," Hart told Obama, at the forum, sponsored by CNBC.
This sweepstakes is sponsored by Orbitz Worldwide, Inc., 500 W Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60661 (“Sponsor” or “Orbitz”).
It sponsored my graduate work for a Ph.D. degree at Columbia University.
That poll, sponsored by the Associated Industries of Florida, a pro-business lobbying group, puts Romney up 50-47 in the state.
The 41% reported by Channel 24 is consistent with USAID sponsored polls from 2009, 2011 and 2013.
The latest psychology, sponsored by the French schools, has discovered a new region in man, which it terms the superconscious.
Radio communication, vehicle driving, marksmanship, and many other subjects are sponsored at year-round classes in local areas.
Oyster suppers were a regional specialty held all over the county, of which Floris sponsored its share.
Summer camps, rallies and fairs were also sponsored by 4-H Clubs.
The thing read like a Chamber of Commerce bulletin that had been sponsored by a subdivider.
1650s, from Late Latin sponsor "sponsor in baptism," in Latin "a surety, guarantee," from sponsus, past participle of spondere "give assurance, promise solemnly" (see spondee). Sense of "person who pays for a radio (or, after 1947, TV) program" is first recorded 1931. The verb is attested from 1884, "to favor or support;" commercial broadcasting sense is from 1931.