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What does patronage mean?


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Answered 2007-09-03 04:06:05

Quite simply, patronage is some form of support, usually money and/or resources, from someone with more money than you who likes you and/or who willingly offers assistance. Federal Pell Grants represent a sort of "governmental patronage" for a student. Great artists/musicians/writers often have patrons who bestow money upon them so they may continue to flourish in their trade. Hope this helps!

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