• WordNet 3.6
    • n subsidizer someone who assists or supports by giving a subsidy
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  • Joseph A. Schumpeter
    Joseph A. Schumpeter
    “Capitalism inevitably and by virtue of the very logic of its civilization creates, educates and subsidizes a vested interest in social unrest.”
  • Ronald Reagan
    “Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.”
  • Christopher Fry
    Christopher Fry
    “The moon is nothing but a circumambulating aphrodisiac divinely subsidized to provoke the world into a rising birth-rate.”
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    “It is curious to note the old sea-margins of human thought! Each subsiding century reveals some new mystery; we build where monsters used to hide themselves.”


In literature:

Then my resentment would subside to silent sorrow.
"The Adventures of Roderick Random" by Tobias Smollett
I came over here to get a quiet smoke and let those fellows subside a bit.
"Sisters" by Ada Cambridge
As soon as the excitement had subsided somewhat, the Rebel proceeded to explain that we would all be required to sign a parole.
"Andersonville, Volume 4" by John McElroy
Polly grew hot with anger, then subsided into mortification.
"The Town Traveller" by George Gissing
The noise outside had subsided.
"I Will Repay" by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
He sprang aloft, cracked his heels together as before and crowed insultingly; then he subsided into silence.
"The Prodigal Judge" by Vaughan Kester
Even the soldier's quickly awakened wrath had long since subsided into composure.
"Joshua, Complete" by Georg Ebers
Outside the storm had subsided, and a cool breeze blew refreshingly into Hermon's face.
"Arachne, Complete" by Georg Ebers
On the ship nearing the south end, the wind subsided.
"The Home of the Blizzard" by Douglas Mawson
Probable Causes of the Upheaval and Subsidence of the Earth's Crust.
"The Geological Evidence of The Antiquity of Man" by Charles Lyell

In poetry:

THOU tranquil friend! to thee I'll fly,
When foes my peace invade;
With thee shall ev'ry care subside,
Nor storms thy realms invade.
"Address To Solitude" by Elizabeth Bath
Soon the dazzled light subsided,
And he seem'd a beauteous youth,
Form'd to gain the maiden's murmurs,
And to pledge the vows of truth.
"Daphne" by George Meredith
Exalted on his glorious throne,
I see him make my cause his own;
Then all my anxious cares subside,
For Jesus lives, and will provide.
"Looking Unto Jesus" by John Newton
All through the day resounds the strife,
Then doth at sunset hour subside:
So the fierce passions of our life
Slowly expire at eventide.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
Nor Art itself brings settled peace,
Until the mind is schooled to know
That gusts subside and tumults cease
Only in sunset's afterglow.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
Sleepless night, the rushing rain,
While my heart with ceaseless pain
Hears the mournful past subsiding
Or the uncertain future striding.
"My Heart" by Nikolaus Lenau

In news:

Has that fear subsided a little since I was a kid.
Without a fix, interest on some subsidized federal student loans would double to 6.8 percent starting July 1.
The state said the public should avoid the reservoir, located 10 miles from Madras in the Crooked River National Grassland, until the algae levels subside.
His trip was subsidized by BVI Tourism and The Moorings.
(AP) — The fight over what to call the merger of two Augusta colleges isn't subsiding a month after state officials chose the name Georgia Regents University.
Her visit to the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman was subsidized by the resort.
Though the Mobile County school board has turned down other schools that wanted help funding athletic field houses, it is considering spending about $125,000 to subsidize building one at Blount High in Prichard.
People First Party Legislator Thomas Lee questions the legal basis of the government's budget for subsidizing civil servant s' commuting expenses yesterday in Taipei.
Rarely do the numbers line up for the visionary builder who longs to subsidize his dream city or the doctor who would use her winnings to found a hospital.
Miami was quiet after Hurricane Wilma's winds subsided.
Flooding fears subside after overgrown drainage ditch cleared .
(AP) — Some Connecticut state lawmakers are calling for generators to be installed at federally subsidized housing units out of concern for elderly residents.
Taxpayers subsidize 21 Twinkies per person each year , but only a half an apple.
I read his last paragraph to say that we should stop subsidizing both sides.
Mitt Romney wants to subsidize pedophiles .

In science:

First, we discuss the degree to which the condensation process of large-scale perturbations generates large velocities, and the times required for them to subside.
The nonlinear development of the thermal instability in the atomic ISM and its interaction with random fluctuations
Nevertheless, it is reasonable to assume that the number of resonances involved is constant, of order l∞ , and therefore the extreme tail of the distribution should subside at large L at the rate ∼ l∞/L.
Resonance width distribution for high-dimensional random media
This refinement is essential for obtaining a physically meaningful description since it ensures both that there is an interface tension between the two coexisting phases and that the spinodal growth rates subside at large wave numbers.
Spinodal phase separation in relativistic nuclear collisions
However, after explosion and after the pressure around the PNS has subsided due to the progress of the supernova explosion, a neutrinodriven wind naturally emerges.
Perspectives on Core-Collapse Supernova Theory
In spherical symmetry, explosion is the “opposite” of accretion, and that source of neutrino driving subsides early after the onset of explosion.
Perspectives on Core-Collapse Supernova Theory