grant

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} bağışlamak
{i} bağış

Bağışlanan hiçbir şeyi kabul etmemeliyiz. - We must not take anything for granted.

{i} hibe

Onun projesi hibeler tarafından finanse edildi. - His project was funded by grants.

Birkaç hibe mevcuttur. - Several grants are available.

hibe etmek
burs

Üniversite ona bir burs verdi. - The college granted him a scholarship.

{f} vermek
{i} ödenek
{f} onaylamak
{i} imtiyaz
kabul etmek; rıza göstermek; yerine getirmek: She granted his request. Ricasını yerine getirdi. Granting the truth of what you're
{f} kabul etmek
varsaymak
{f} ver

Üniversite ona bir burs verdi. - The college granted him a scholarship.

Ona Amerikan vatandaşlığı verilecek. - He'll be granted American citizenship.

bahşetmek
tahsisat
farzetmek
terketmek
{i} feragatname
{f} burs vermek
teslim etmek
ferağ etmek
tasdik etmek
{i} devir
{i} nasip
take for granted olmuş gibi kabul
{f} nasip etmek
{f} 1. kabul etmek; rıza göstermek; yerine getirmek: She granted his request. Ricasını yerine getirdi. Granting the truth of what you're
bağış,v.ver: n.burs
(Hukuk) bahşetme
devretmek
(Osmanlıca) tevcih
(Kanun) tahsis
yerine getirmek
(Ticaret) temlik
itiraf etmek
(Politika, Siyaset) hibe yardımı
ferağ
(Hukuk) verme

Bana katılmayacağına hiç ihtimal vermemiştim. - I took it for granted that she would agree with me.

Grant onlara sağlam bir söz vermeyi reddetti. - Grant refused to give them a firm promise.

grant in aid
yardım bağışı
grant-in-aid
ödenek
grant-in-aid
devlet yardımı
grant application
Hibe başvuru
grant for
Hibe için
grant in aid
yardım baışı
grant subsidies
hibe sübvansiyonlar
grant a request
bir ricayı kabul etmek
grant aid trainees
(Askeri) BAĞIŞ, HİBE YARDIMI EĞİTİM PERSONELİ: Bak. "military assistance grant aid trainees"
grant bail
kefaleti kabul etmek
grant bail
kefaletle serbest bırakmak
grant in aid
devlet yardımı
grant in aid
ödenek
grant list
İzin Listesi
grant s.o. bail
birini kefaletle/kefaleten tahliye etmek
granted
verilmis
space-grant
(yeri, arazisi) bağışlanmış
granted
imtiyazlı
granted
varsayarak
grants
yardımlar

Mevcut yardımlar var. - There are grants available.

grants
burslar
grant to
(Politika, Siyaset) hibe
granted
(Bilgisayar) verildi
granted
cevaben evet
granted
varsayarsak
granter
(Kanun,Ticaret) veren
granter
(Kanun) devreden
grantor
(Kanun) devreden
grantor
(Kanun,Ticaret) hibe eden
lump sum grant
(Ticaret) götürü bağış
Granted
(cevaben) Evet
death grant
cenaze yardımı
granting
{f} bağışla
achievement grant
başarı bursu
capital grant
proje yardımı
give/grant so. credit
/ So hibe veriyoruz. kredi
granted
ver

Bana katılmayacağına hiç ihtimal vermemiştim. - I took it for granted that she would agree with me.

Lincoln kölelere özgürlük verdi. - Lincoln granted liberty to slaves.

granting
verilme
granting
bağışlayarak
maintenance grant
okuma yardımı
maintenance grant
eğitim desteği
maintenance grant
burs
may grant the title
sıfatını bahşetsin
mobility grant
Hareketlilik ödeneği
pell grant
paldır hibe
state grant
devlet bursu

Danish students are demonstrating against proposals to cut the period of university state grants from six to four years.

capitation grant
kişi başına yapılan yardım
government grant
devlet desteği
government grant
sübvansiyon
grantable
hibe edilebilir
granted
diyelim ki

Diyelim ki, televizyon seyretmek dinlendirici olabilir. - Granted, watching TV can be relaxing.

granting
(Hukuk) izin verme
grantor
burs veren kuruluş
grantor
bağış yapan kimse
grantor
hibe eden kimse
grants
ödenekler
land grant
hükümet tarafından okul binası yapımı gibi işler için verilen toprak
land grant railroad
(Askeri) ARAZİSİ BAĞIŞLANMIŞ DEMİRYOLU: Hükümetçe yapılmış arazi bağışları ile inşa edilen demiryolu. Bu yardıma karşılık olarak, Demiryolları İdaresi de, hükümete ait nakliyatta indirimli tarife uygular
military assistance grant aid training
(Askeri) ASKERİ YARDIM PROGRAMI BAĞIŞ YARDIM EĞİTİMİ: Askeri Yardım Programı Bağış Yardımına uygun olarak temin edilen eğitim
military assistance program grant aid
(Askeri) ASKERİ YARDIM PROGRAMI BAĞIŞ YARDIMI: Tadil edilmiş 1961 tarihli Yabancı Yardım Kanunun verdiği yetkiye dayanılarak yapılan ve masrafının Amerikan Birleşik Devletlerine ödenmesi beklenmeyen askeri yardım
nursing grant
(Ticaret) emzirme yardımı
privilege grant list
Ayrıcalık İzin Verme Listesi
retirement grant
emekli ikramiyesi
to grant a remission
(Avrupa Birliği) bir indirim uygulamak
to grant a repayment
(Avrupa Birliği) geri ödeme yapmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An English surname and a Scottish clan name, from a nickname meaning "large"
A male given name, transferred from the surname
To admit as true what is not yet satisfactorily proved; to yield belief to; to allow; to yield; to concede
The act of granting; a bestowing or conferring; concession; allowance; permission
To give over; to make conveyance of; to give the possession or title of; to convey; -- usually in answer to petition
The yielding or admission of something in dispute
The thing or property granted; a gift; a boon
To assent; to consent
To bestow or confer, with or without compensation, particularly in answer to prayer or request; to give
A transfer of property by deed or writing; especially, au appropriation or conveyance made by the government; as, a grant of land or of money; also, the deed or writing by which the transfer is made
{f} bestow; give; agree; answer to -; donate
{n} a thing granted, gift, deed, concession
{v} to bestow, give, yield, admit, allow
An English surname and a Scottish clan name, from a nickname "large", Anglo-Norman grand
transferred use of the surname
An outright award to the student, usually based on financial need This money does not have to be repaid
the act of providing a subsidy a right or privilege that has been granted 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885) United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986) Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978) (law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance any monetary aid transfer by deed; "grant land"
A type of financial assistance awarded to an organization for the conduct of research or other program as specified in an approved proposal A federal grant, as opposed to a federal cooperative agreement, is used whenever the awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during the performance of the activities The PI of a research grant has significantly greater flexibility in making changes to the research plan than the PI of a research contract As with any agreement, a grant has terms and conditions which must be followed
A legal instrument reflecting a relationship between the United States Government and a State, a local government, or other recipient when (1) the principal purpose of the relationship is to transfer a thing of value to the state or local government or other recipient to carry out a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by a law of the United States instead of acquiring (by purchase, lease, or barter) property or services for the direct benefit or use of the United States Government; and (2) substantial involvement is not expected between the executive agency and the State, local government, or other recipient when carrying out the activity contemplated in the agreement (31 U S C 6304)
give on the basis of merit; "Funds are granted to qualified researchers"
transfer by deed; "grant land"
let have; "grant permission"; "Mandela was allowed few visitors in prison"
A type of financial aid based on financial need that the student does not have to repay
If you say that someone takes you for granted, you are complaining that they benefit from your help, efforts, or presence without showing that they are grateful. The officials felt taken for granted and grumbled loudly
bestow, especially officially; "grant a degree"; "give a divorce"; "This bill grants us new rights
(law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
Financial Aid, and the cost of technical cooperation, provided as a gift Grants may be made bilaterally or as contributions to international organisations with development assistance programmes Most British official aid is in the form of grants
18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
a form of financial assistance whereby a student receives money from the Federal Government, the State Government and/or the institution based upon financial need and/or special ability depending upon the source Contact the USCA Financial Aid Office for more information
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business; "he got the beer concession at the ball park"
In governmental terminology, a contribution to or from a unit of government for specific or general purposes This may take the form of donations, bequests, payments to or for local units, aid, reimbursements, etc According to the Constitution of the State of Michigan, grants must be passed by a 2/3 vote in the Senate and House
Support for a specific project designed by the funds recipient Sponsor has expectations about how the funds are spent Deliverables may include formal project reports Financial reports are required
give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
an award made on the basis of a proposal that typically sets out a series of conditions, such as specific objectives, work plan, timetable, formal financial accounting, and reporting obligations With the exception of some fellowships and special awards, all grants are awarded to the institution (SIUC) rather than to individuals, and proposals and award agreements must be processed through ORDA For definitions of different types of grants, see Sponsored Project Handbook, section 1
An agreement to transfer money, property, services, or anything of value to accomplish a purpose, such as support or assistance in an area of interest to the grantor For an award to be considered a grant, it normally will contain the following elements: the statement of work allows the project director significant freedom to change emphasis within the general area of work as the project progresses deliverables are minimal, usually consisting of reports only and separate accounting procedures are required
The award of funds to an organization or individual to undertake charitable or tax-exempt activities
A financial assistance mechanism whereby money and/or direct assistance is provided to carry out approved activities A grant (as opposed to a cooperative agreement) is to be used whenever the PHS awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during performance of the financially assisted activities Grants can be classified on the basis of type of activity(ies) supported (research, training, service, etc ); degree of discretion allowed the awarding office (mandatory or discretionary); and/or method of determining amounts of award (negotiated basis or formula)
If someone in authority grants you something, or if something is granted to you, you are allowed to have it. France has agreed to grant him political asylum It was a Labour government which granted independence to India and Pakistan Permission was granted a few weeks ago. = give
1 A financial need-based form of government aid which is usually administered in conjunction with the federal and provincial student loan programs (e g B C Grant, Canada Study Grant for Students With Dependent Children, Canada Study Grant for Female Doctoral Students, Canada Study Grant for Students with Disabilities, etc ) 2 A grant awarded to graduate students and professors by private and government agencies, or by industry, to fund research activities at the university
A grant is an amount of money that a government or other institution gives to an individual or to an organization for a particular purpose such as education or home improvements. They'd got a special grant to encourage research Unfortunately, my application for a grant was rejected
be willing to concede; "I grant you this much"
Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978)
A type of financial assistance awarded to an organization for the conduct of research or other program as specified in an approved proposal A grant, as opposed to a cooperative agreement, is used whenever the awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during the performance of the activities
bestow, especially officially; "grant a degree"; "give a divorce"; "This bill grants us new rights"
To give over; to make conveyance of; to give the possession or title of; to convey; usually in answer to petition
- an award of financial assistance including cooperative agreements, by FEMA to an eligible state The grant award will be based on the projected amount of total eligible costs for which a state submits an application and that FEMA approves related to a declared fire
To bestow or confer, with or without compensation, a gift such as land or money by one having control or authority over the gift
allow to have; "grant a privilege"
If you take it for granted that something is the case, you believe that it is true or you accept it as normal without thinking about it. He seemed to take it for granted that he should speak as a representative. British-born American actor who was the epitome of the elegant leading man in films such as The Philadelphia Story (1940) and North by Northwest (1959). The 18th President of the United States (1869-1877) and a Civil War general. After his victorious Vicksburg campaign (1862-1863), he was made commander in chief of the Union Army (1864) and accepted the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee at Appomattox (1865). Grant's two-term presidency was marred by widespread graft and corruption. W2S1 an amount of money given to someone, especially by the government, for a particular purpose. Banting Sir Frederick Grant Grant Cary Grant Ulysses S. Hiram Ulysses Grant Land Grant College Act of 1862 Still William Grant Thalberg Irving Grant Wood Grant
a right or privilege that has been granted
the act of providing a subsidy
financial assistance in the form of money, or property or technical assistance in lieu of money, awarded by a government agency or private organization (foundation or corporation) to an eligible applicant to accomplish some public purpose Grants obligate the Broward school system to meet specified objectives and hold the system financially liable if funds are not spent in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations of the funding agency
{i} award; gift, present; contribution, donation
If you take something for granted, you believe that it is true or accept it as normal without thinking about it. I was amazed that virtually all the things I took for granted up north just didn't happen in London
If you grant that something is true, you accept that it is true, even though your opinion about it does not change. The magistrates granted that the charity was justified in bringing the action. You use `I grant you' or `I'll grant you' to say that you accept something is true, even though your opinion about it does not change. He took a risk, I'll grant you. But when you think about it, the risk was pretty small
A legal instrument where the principal purpose is the transfer of money, property, services or anything of value to the recipient in order to accomplish a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by Federal statute and where substantial involvement by USAID is not anticipated (Chapters 304, 591, 595)
A grant is an award of funds or property, based on an approved budget or formula, in support of a project or program Grants entail ideas originated and defined by the grantee The grant is a contractual document and restrictions are generally imposed by the awarding agency
A grant is a kind of financial aid that the student does not have to repay
A temporary right given by a patent office for a specified period, to prevent anyone else from using the technology defined in the claims of a patent
A type of financial aid that does not have to be repaid; usually awarded on the basis of need, possibly combined with some skills or characteristics the student possesses
An award of funds to an organization or individual to undertake charitable activities
United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
The Grant form of Assistance is used when there is no need for substantial involvement between the recipient and the Agency during performance of the Grant
A type of financial aid award based on need or merit that is not repaid by the student Click here for a list of grants
any monetary aid
grant-back
In U.S. patent law, a license under which a party grants another the right to use a patent under the condition that the licensee agrees to grant the licensor a license with respect to any improvements to that patent made by the licensee
grant-forward
In U.S. patent law, a provision accompanying the license of a patent under which a party agrees not only to grant a licensee the right to use a patent, but also to grant the licensee a license to any improvements made on the existing patent
grant-in-aid
The giving of national funds to subsidize a local or regional project
grant-in-aid
Providing funds to an institution (such as a school) or person to subsidize a specific project or activity, such as a scholarship
Grant Wood
(1892-1942) U.S.painter most famous for his painting "American Gothic
Grant Wood
a US artist who painted the painting 'American Gothic' (1892-1942). born Feb. 13, 1892, near Anamosa, Iowa, U.S. died Feb. 12, 1942, Iowa City, Iowa U.S. painter. He was trained as a craftsman and designer as well as a painter. On a visit to Germany in 1928, he was strongly influenced by the sharp detail of 15th-century German and Flemish paintings, and he soon abandoned his Impressionist manner for the detailed, realistic manner for which he is known. His American Gothic caused a sensation when exhibited in 1930. A telling portrait of the sober, hardworking Midwestern farmer, it has become one of the best-known icons of U.S. art, though it is often misinterpreted: the woman is not the man's wife but rather the unmarried daughter designated to stay on the farm to assist her widowed father
Grant's gazelle
A large gazelle (Gazella granti) of East Africa that has long curved horns
grant a favor
do a good turn, help someone, do a favor
grant a right
bestow a privilege, bestow a benefit or entitlement
grant amnesty
pardon, acquit, grant immunity
grant an audience
agree to see, give an interview
grant pardon
pardon, acquit, grant immunity, bestow amnesty
grant relief
give assistance to
grant rights
bestow privileges, bestow benefits or entitlement
grant the request
satisfy the appeal, agree to the petition
grant-in-aid
a grant from a central government to a local government a grant to a person or school for some educational project
grant-maintained
In Britain, a grant-maintained school is one which receives money directly from the national government rather than from a local authority. The abbreviation GM is also used. a grant-maintained school in Britain receives its money directly from the central government rather than from the local government
granted
Given, awarded

He was granted a patent on his invention.

granted
Used to concede a point, often before stating some contrasting information

You haven't been a very good father. Granted..

granted
Simple past tense and past participle of grant
land grant
A grant of land by the US government to encourage the development of western states, especially land transportation and practical higher education
land-grant
Alternative spelling of land grant
revenue sharing grant
Federal grants distributing a portion of federal tax revenues to state and municipal governments
grantor
the maker of a deed
grantable
{a} that may be granted or yielded
grantor
{n} one by whom a grant is made
Cary Grant
a US film actor, who was born in the UK. He is known for being very good-looking and for appearing as characters who are confident, amusing and relaxed, in humorous films such as Bringing Up Baby (1938), His Girl Friday (1940), and The Philadephia Story (1940) (1904-86). orig. Archibald Alexander Leach born Jan. 18, 1904, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng. died Nov. 29, 1986, Davenport, Iowa, U.S. British-born U.S. film actor. He performed with an acrobatic comedy troupe in England before he found parts in stage musicals. He made his film debut in This Is the Night (1932) and earned stardom with Mae West in She Done Him Wrong (1933). His debonair charm and good looks, combined with a distinctive voice, made him a longtime popular star in sophisticated comedies such as Topper (1937), Bringing Up Baby (1938), His Girl Friday (1940), and The Philadelphia Story (1941). He also starred in Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers Suspicion (1941), Notorious (1946), To Catch a Thief (1955), and North by Northwest (1959). He received an honorary Academy Award in 1970
Cary Grant
(1904-1986, born Archibald Alexander Leach) British-born USA movie actor who starred in such movies as "North by Northwest" and "The Philadelphia Story
Hugh Grant
(born 1960) British movie actor who acted in "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and "Notting Hill
Irving Grant Thalberg
born May 30, 1899, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. died Sept. 14, 1936, Santa Monica, Calif. U.S. film executive. He suffered from health problems at a young age, and fearing his life would not be a long one, he threw himself into his career, joining Universal Pictures after completing high school. He soon became Universal's studio manager in Hollywood. Hired by MGM as head of production in 1925, he became known as the "boy wonder of Hollywood." He tightly controlled MGM's output by supervising script selection and final film editing, and he was responsible for the high quality of movies such as The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934), Mutiny on the Bounty (1935), and Romeo and Juliet (1936) and for making stars of Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald with Naughty Marietta (1935). Thalberg was one of the founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Land-Grant College Act of 1862
or Morrill Act Act of the U.S. Congress (1862) that provided grants of land to states to finance the establishment of colleges specializing in "agriculture and the mechanic arts. " Named for its sponsor, Vermont Congressman Justin Smith Morrill (1810-98), it granted each state 30,000 acres (12,140 hectares) for each of its congressional seats. Funds from the sale of the land were used by some states to establish new schools; other states turned the money over to existing state or private colleges to create schools of agriculture and mechanic arts (known as "A&M" colleges). The military training required in the curriculum of all land-grant schools led to the establishment of the Reserve Officers Training Corps, an educational program for future army, navy, and air force officers. The second Morrill Act (1890) initiated regular appropriations to support land-grant colleges, which came to include 17 predominantly African American colleges and 30 American Indian colleges
Sir Frederick Grant Banting
born Nov. 14, 1891, Alliston, Ont., Can. died Feb. 21, 1941, Nfd. Canadian physician. He taught at the University of Toronto from 1923. With Charles Best, he was the first to obtain a pancreatic extract of insulin (1921), which, in the laboratory of J.J.R. Macleod, they isolated in a form effective against diabetes. Banting and Macleod received a 1923 Nobel Prize for the discovery of insulin; Banting voluntarily shared his portion of the prize with Best
Sir Frederick Grant Banting
{i} (1891-1941) Canadian physiologist who shared the 1923 Nobel prize for medicine and physiology with John James Macleod for the discovery of insulin
Ulysses S Grant
(1822-1885) 18th president of the United States (1869-1877), general of the Union Army during the Civil War
Ulysses S. Grant
a US army leader who commanded the army of the Union (=the northern US states) during the American Civil War. His military victories, especially the one at Appomattox against General Robert E. Lee, helped the Union to win the war. He was US President from 1869 to 1877 (1822-85). orig. Hiram Ulysses Grant born April 27, 1822, Point Pleasant, Ohio, U.S. died July 23, 1885, Mount McGregor, N.Y. U.S. general and 18th president of the U.S. (1869-77). He served in the Mexican War (1846-48) under Zachary Taylor. After two years' service on the Pacific coast (1852-54), during which he attempted to supplement his army pay with ultimately unsuccessful business ventures, he resigned his commission. His decision might have been influenced by his fondness for alcohol, which he reportedly drank often during this period. He worked unsuccessfully at farming in Missouri and at his family's leather business in Illinois. When the American Civil War began (1861), he was appointed brigadier general; his 1862 attack on Fort Donelson, Tenn., produced the first major Union victory. He drove off a Confederate attack at Shiloh but was criticized for heavy Union losses. He devised the campaign to take the stronghold of Vicksburg, Miss., in 1863, cutting the Confederacy in half from east to west. Following his victory at the Battle of Chattanooga in 1864, he was appointed commander of the Union army. While Gen. William T. Sherman made his famous march across Georgia, Grant attacked forces under Gen. Robert E. Lee in Virginia, bringing the war to an end in 1865. Grant's administrative ability and innovative strategies were largely responsible for the Union victory. In 1868 his successful Republican presidential campaign made him, at 46, the youngest man yet elected president. His two terms were marred by administrative inaction and political scandal involving members of his cabinet, including the Crédit Mobilier scandal and the Whiskey Ring conspiracy. He was more successful in foreign affairs, where he was aided by his secretary of state, Hamilton Fish. He supported amnesty for Confederate leaders and protection for the civil rights of former slaves. His veto of a bill to increase the amount of legal tender (1874) diminished the currency crisis during the next 25 years. In 1881 he moved to New York City; when a partner defrauded an investment firm co-owned by his son, the family was impoverished. His memoirs were published by his friend Mark Twain
Ulysses Simpson Grant
(1822-1885) 18th president of the United States (1869-1877), general of the Union Army during the Civil War
William Grant Still
born May 11, 1895, Woodville, Miss., U.S. died Dec. 3, 1978, Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. composer. He initially intended to be a doctor but instead studied music at Oberlin College, learning clarinet, oboe, and violin. He studied composition with George Chadwick (1854-1931) and Edgard Varèse. In the 1920s he worked as an arranger for the dance-band leader Paul Whiteman and for the blues composer W.C. Handy. Still's early style was avant-garde (From the Black Belt, 1926), but from 1930 he sought to develop a distinctive African American art music in five symphonies (including his Afro-American Symphony, 1931), ballets, operas, and choral and solo vocal works
block grant
The total amount of funding provided by the Council to an institution for teaching and research
block grant
[managed care] A proposed method of administering Medicaid benefits Under a block grant system, Medicaid would not be federally controlled-instead, each state would be given a single grant, and the state would have to decide who is eligible for the benefits and how to divide the funds
block grant
An unrestricted federal grant, as to a locality
block grant
An intergovernmental transfer of Federal funds to states and local governments for broad purposes such as health, education or community development in general A block grant holds few requirements for how the money is to be spent, instead offering state and local discretion within general guidelines established by Congress and the executive branch Annual program plans or applications are normally required Also see categorical grant or formula grant
block grant
usually awarded to state or local governments for broad purposes and in large amounts
block grant
Federal funds made to a state for the delivery of a specific group of related services, such as drug abuse related services
block grant
broad grant of funds to a level of government with few conditions attached
block grant
Lump sum of money given to a state or local governing agency based on a formula to be spent in generally eligible areas Purposes are broadly defined and few restrictions are mandated from the funding source Restrictions can be imposed by the re-granting agency
block grant
a grant of federal money to state and local governments to support social welfare programs; "block grants reduce federal responsibility for social welfare
direct-grant school
formerly a school that charged tuition fees and also received government grants in return for admitting certain non-paying students who were nominated by the local authorities
entitled to a grant
qualified to receive funds to be used for a specific purpose, deserving of a grant
formula grant
A grant for state and/ or federal funds to a state or school district, the amount of which is determined by a formula included in the legislation Such grants must be applied for, and the state or school district is usually required to submit to the funding agency data to support its entitlement, an acceptable plan for use of funds, and assurance of compliance with state and/ or federal laws and regulations
formula grant
A grant that the Department is directed by Congress to make to grantees, for which the amount is established by a formula based on certain criteria that are written into the legislation and program regulations; directly awarded and administered in the Department's program offices
formula grant
Funding that the Department is directed by Congress to make to eligible applicants, for which the amount is established by a formula based on certain criteria that are written into the legislation and program regulations Formula grants are directly awarded and administered in the Department's program offices
formula grant
Federal assistance to local governments in accordance with a distribution formula established by law or regulation The actual payment is usually based on such factors as: population characteristics, per capita income, substandard housing, or rate of unemployment Formulas indicate the total of which recipients are entitled if the requirements, regulations or other criteria of law are met Also seecategorical grant or block grant
formula grant
(federal) - Grant in aid which provides funds to states, localities, based on a particular formula (e g , poverty rate, number of elderly in population) FY (Fiscal Year ) Funding and budgeting cycle; e g , the fiscal year of the U S federal government is October 1 to September 30
government grant
fund provided by the government
grantable
Capable of being granted
grantable
{s} able to be granted; able to be given; able to be fulfilled
granted
You use granted or granted that at the beginning of a clause to say that something is true, before you make a comment on it. Granted that the firm has not broken the law, is the law what it should be? Granted is also an adverb. Granted, he doesn't look too bad for his age, but I don't fancy him. used when you admit that something is true
granted
conj. admittedly, acknowledged as true
granted
given as a grant; "the special funds granted for his research project
granted
acknowledged as a supposition; "given the engine's condition, it is a wonder that it started"
granted
given as a grant; "the special funds granted for his research project"
granted
You use granted that x, y to mean y is true because of x
granted
You use granted to concede a point, often before you adding contrasting information
granted
past of grant
granter
a person who grants or gives something
granter
{i} one who bestows; one who bequeaths
granter
One who grants
granting
{i} fulfilling (of a request or desire); act of granting, bestowing
grantor
The person placing property in a trust
grantor
The person transferring title to or an interest in real property to a grantee
grantor
One who has made a grant The seller of real property
grantor
The person who conveys property by grant deed, such as, the seller
grantor
The person/entity transferring title to real property by a deed
grantor
The person who creates a trust
grantor
>> One who grants property or property rights to another
grantor
The person conveying an interest in real property
grantor
(1) Person who transfers property (2) Person who creates a trust
grantor
That party in the deed who is the seller or giver
grantor
a person who makes a grant in legal form; "conveyed from grantor to grantee"
grantor
A person or entity conveying an interest in real property
grantor
The person who transfers a deed of real property, i e, generally the seller
grantor
The person conveying an interest in property is conveyed e g , in a mortgage contract the grantor is often referred to as the mortgagee
grantor
The person by whom a grant or conveyance is made
grantor
That party in the deed who is the seller or giver BACK TO TOP
grantor
The person transfering the title to or an interest in real property to a grantee
grantor
{i} giver of a grant
grantor
The person who conveys an interest in real estate by deed (the seller)
grantor
When an interest in property is conveyed by you to another person, you become the grantor
grantor
Person conveying title to land
grantor
That party who is the seller or the giver
grantor
person selling, granting, transfering or conveying property
grantor
a person who grants something
grantor
Properly called the "Transferor" in B C the Grantor is seller, the person who transfers title to the property to the buyer
grantor
A person who, by a written instrument, transfers to another an interest in land Seller of property; one who signs a deed
grantor
a person who makes a grant in legal form; "conveyed from grantor to grantee
grantor
A person who is conveying an interest in real property
grantor
The person who transfers an interest in real property to another person
grantors
plural of grantor
grants
Awards based on financial eligibility that do not have to be repaid The most common grants are the Federal Pell Grant and the Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG) for Oklahoma residents
grants
Transfers made in cash, goods or services for which no repayment is required
grants
Grants are usually need-based aid and can come from the federal or state government or from the college
grants
and Scholarships are monies that do not have to be repaid
grants
awards based on financial need that do not require repayment Grants are available through the federal government, state agencies, and educational agencies
grants
Also known as scholarships, these are funds for postsecondary education that do not have to be repaid
grants
Multiple arts grant programs
grants
Need-based awards provided by state and federal governments as well as colleges and universities
grants
{i} (Finance) process of selling or writing an option for the first time
grants
Gift monies from federal and state sources that do not have to be repaid
grants
Financial assistance that does not require repayment
grants
need-based financial aid given by agencies, the federal or state government, or institutions Grants do not need to be repaid as long as the student remains eligible
grants
Awards based on financial need that do not require repayment Grants are available through the federal government, state agencies, and educational institutions
grants
A form of financial aid, similar to scholarships, that do not have to be repaid
grants
Contributions or gifts of cash or other assets from another government or private organization to be used or expended for a specified purpose, activity, or facility
grants
Financial aid that does not have to be paid back that is awarded to students based on financial need
grants
– all non-repayable transfers received from other levels of government or from private individuals, or institutions including reparations and gifts given for particular projects or programs, or for general budget support
grants
Payments made to students by various organizations, including CAL Grants from the State of California Grants do not have to be paid back
grants
financial aid that does not have to be repaid; aid usually awarded to students based on financial need
grants
all non-repayable transfers received from other levels of government or from private individuals, or institutions including reparations and gifts given for particular projects or programs, or for general budget support
grants
Payments by the federal government to states, local governments or individuals in support of specified programs, services, or activities
grants
In GFS, a grant is a voluntary current or capital transfer between government units, or between a multinational organisation and a national government (for example a Phare grant) In addition, a voluntary transfer to a private organisation or person is also often called a grant
grants
third-person singular of grant
grants
Financial aid that does not have to be repaid
grants
Financial aid awards that do not have to be repaid Grants are available through the federal government, state agencies and colleges
grants
a type of financial aid award that does not have to be repaid Grants are often made based on an applicant's financial need or EFC
grants
A form of financial aid, similar to scholarships, that do not have to be repaid · Back to Top
land grant
a grant of public land (as to a railway or college)
land grant
A government grant of public land for a railroad, highway, or state college
land grant
tract of land granted by the government for the establishment of roads/highways or railroads or educational institution (such as college, university)
pell grant
This is the largest federal grant aid program Qualifying students apply directly to the government for Pell Grants, but the grants are disbursed by the colleges the students attend, to all who qualify for this aid
pell grant
A federal financial aid grant available to qualified students enrolled for six or more units
pell grant
A federal grant program that provides people money to continue their education after high school The amount a person can get depends on their "financial need "
pell grant
Financial aid from the Federal Government available to students with financial need to be used at many types of colleges and vocational schools Apply in January of the senior year
pell grant
This is a federal form of financial aid for eligible students How do you find out if you qualify? Check with a financial aid officer
pell grant
Federal program for undergraduate students awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by the federal government Students apply by filing out the FAFSA
pell grant
A Federal Pell Grant for which you apply by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Generally, students must apply for a Federal Pell grant to receive other kinds of aid
pell grant
A federal grant program for first-time undergraduates with financial need
pell grant
For undergraduate students, first baccalaureate degree only Eligibility is based on federal methodology The amount of the award ranges from $400 to $3000, subject to Congressional appropriations, and will be reduced for students who enroll less than full time The Federal Pell Grant will not appear as a credit on your account until Emory has received a valid and accurate ISIR from the FAFSA processors If your award letter shows an estimated Pell Grant, it means your ISIR has not been received and the credit will not appear on your bill
pell grant
This is a grant program run by the federal government To apply, fill out the FAFSA form
pell grant
A federal grant that provides funds of up to $3,125 based on the student's financial need
pell grant
The Pell grant is a federal grant that provides funds of up to $4,050 based on the student's financial need For more information about the Federal Pell Grant see the Financial Aid Programs Page
pell grant
A federal need-based grant
pell grant
Named in honor of Sen Claibourne Pell (RI), Federally-funded grants designed to help students with the lowest EFC Eligibility is determined through the information provided through the FAFSA The yearly maximum amount of a Pell Grant is about $3,000
received a grant
be given a gift of money
release grant
financial award given to a soldier when released from the Israeli military
research grant
sum of money given to support a research project
retirement grant
one time sum given to a retiring employee
sea grant college
A college or university that receives government grants for oceanographic research
special grant
amount of money that is granted towards a specific cause
grant
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