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grant

Etymology: ME, granten, to believe a request
a monetary award given to an institution, a project, equipment, or an individual by the federal government, a foundation, a private business, or an institution to provide financial support for research, service, or training. The applicant usually writes a formal application (proposal) for the grant, which is reviewed by the granting agency and compared with other proposals. The grantee is usually accountable to the grantor for reporting the outcomes as a result of the awarded resources.

grant

Research A sum of money or financial support provided to a worker or researcher for performing innovative or novel work. See Block grant, Matching grant, Medicaid block grant, Modular grant, Noncompeting grant, Research grant, Research project grant, Subgrant.

grant

(grănt) [ME.]
A financial award given to an academic or professional investigator to support his or her research.
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The shift-worker for a telecom firm then decided she would like to be a wish granter and, after several training afternoons and a few home visits with an experienced volunteer, Karen was given the green light to grant her first wish.
The decision of the trial court was upheld with the Appeals Court holding that the deed conveying land "in and under the described property" retained in the granter the right to an increase of the reserved mineral estate by accretion of the river.
lack of security: without a shelter, boys and girls are likely to face granter dangers such as landmines, road accidents,
Granter SR, Nucci MR, Fletcher CD: Aggressive angiomyxoma: reappraisal of its relationship to angiomyofibroblastoma in a series of 16 cases.
The Grand Master, Abu 'Ali Al-Hussein Abu 'Abdullah Ibn Sina--may Allah grant him mercy--said, All Praise is for Allah, the Sustainer of the worlds, He suffices and He is the best Disposer of affairs, the Granter of victory, the Supporter.
I would say the credit granter is entitled to that information.
Granter, MD, Department of Pathology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Harvard Medical School, 75 Francis St, Boston, MA 02115 (email: sgranter@partners.
8220;The beautiful Wish kids we have had in our lives and the courageous families we have met, have been such an inspiration to us,” said Cherie Maciel, Make-A-Wish Granter and Grand Opening Honoree.
Active in the community, Whitaker is a Wish Granter for Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina and a member of the Junior Woman's Club of Raleigh, the Triangle Society for Human Resource Management, Raleigh-Wake Human Resource Management Association and the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network.
Subsequently, Granter et al (8) expanded the term to include pericytic tumors with myoid differentiation (immunoreactive for SMA and muscle-specific actin), which showed characteristic histologic features consisting of round to oval cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm, arranged circumferentially around vascular lumina in an "onion skin"(multilayered) pattern.
Dorfman DM, Kraus M, Perez-Atayde AR, Barnhill RL, Pinkus GS, Granter SR.
27,28) Although there is no unanimity of opinion on its value, our own experience has mirrored that of Granter et al, (29) who found that MiTF was neither specific nor sensitive for DMM.