I believe every individual is responsible for getting registered as a donor.
The Pentagon has worried for months that a project backed by a prominent Democratic donor might interfere with military GPS.
Leahy calls Miller “a donor and a good guy,” but other Tennessee Republicans have less kind words for him.
Despite his complaints about the sins of the rich, Obama likes the Democratic donor class just fine – as he should.
She and her co-authors worked on the study in their free time, with no donor support.
He was also a generous patron, for his name appears as a donor of $100.
I am expecting,” he said, “that the donor will be paying us a visit here soon.
The donor of these gems is able to give you a wardrobe in keeping.
Underneath, on one side, kneels the donor, behind him stands S. Jerome.
Gift of $20,000, for a library endowment fund, from donor whose name is not given.
mid-15c., from Anglo-French donour, Old French doneur (Modern French donneur), from Latin donatorem (nominative donator) "giver, donor," agent noun from past participle stem of donare "give as a gift" (see donation). Of blood, from 1910; of organs or tissues, from 1918.
donor do·nor (dō'nər)
One from whom blood, tissue, or an organ is taken for use in a transfusion or transplant.
A chemical compound that can transfer an atom, a radical, or a particle to an acceptor.