The GOP's 2008 presidential nominee spoke at a forum at Washington's Newseum, sponsored by Reuters.
This sweepstakes is sponsored by Orbitz Worldwide, Inc., 500 W Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60661 (“Sponsor” or “Orbitz”).
Just this year we sponsored the Reaching Out MBA Conference and in that conference I introduced my fiancé to everybody.
More and more often that entire post is subsidized by free or gifted clothes and the locations are sponsored, too.
That poll, sponsored by the Associated Industries of Florida, a pro-business lobbying group, puts Romney up 50-47 in the state.
The latest psychology, sponsored by the French schools, has discovered a new region in man, which it terms the superconscious.
Radio communication, vehicle driving, marksmanship, and many other subjects are sponsored at year-round classes in local areas.
Oyster suppers were a regional specialty held all over the county, of which Floris sponsored its share.
Summer camps, rallies and fairs were also sponsored by 4-H Clubs.
The thing read like a Chamber of Commerce bulletin that had been sponsored by a subdivider.
1650s, from Late Latin sponsor "sponsor in baptism," in Latin "a surety, guarantee," from sponsus, past participle of spondere "give assurance, promise solemnly" (see spondee). Sense of "person who pays for a radio (or, after 1947, TV) program" is first recorded 1931. The verb is attested from 1884, "to favor or support;" commercial broadcasting sense is from 1931.