Prepositions after "subsidise"
subsidise by, from, to or with?
|In 88% of cases subsidise by is used|
|It is not subsidised by the tax payer.|
|The cost for the event is 260, a 20% discount on the 320, subsidised by MediaContact.|
|At some point, content will have to be sponsored or partially subsidised by advertising.|
|For the righties we are dole bludgers, producing hordes of offspring all subsidised by the public purse.|
|There are also single and multi-company programmes subsidised by the HRDA and schemes to support training in enterprises.|
|Point is of course that the children of the middle classes shouldn't really expect to be subsidised by the taxes of the less well off.|
|I was offered a full-time kindergarten space at a cost of 180 a month, as the kindergarten system was heavily subsidised by the government.|
|Intern costs are heavily subsidised by STE, we ask for a minimum donation of US$25 per day to cover your food, water, accommodation, and Internet usage.|
|When my child turned one year old, I was offered a full-time kindergarten space at a cost of 180 a month, as the kindergarten system was heavily subsidised by the government.|
|In 3% of cases subsidise to is used|
|Nonetheless, at present, all graduate research programmes and some graduate coursework programmes remain subsidised to a significant extent.|
|In 3% of cases subsidise with is used|
|NOTE: This course is subsidised with funding from the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and for statistical purposes, some additional information is required as part of the enrolment process.|
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