Patronate

Related to Patronate: patronage, patroness

Pa´tron`ate


n.1.The right or duty of a patron; patronage.
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Bulliet, "Conversion-Based Patronage and Onomastic Evidence," in Patronate and Patronage in Early and Classical Islam, ed.
De jure part of one country, de facto independent and led by separatist leaders, these separatist actors receive important economic and political support from the Russian patronate.
The Dubai International Arabian Races are run under the patronate of Shadwell Australasia and the National Arabian Racehorse Association (NARA).
See Maribel Fierro, "Mawali and Muwalladun in al-Andalus" in Patronate and Patronage in Early and Classical 1slam, eds.
1) Cetatenii se pot asocia liber in partide politice, in sindicate, in patronate si in alte forme de asociere.
Documentele care provin de la diecezele greco-catolice, ca si cele care au o origine protopiala si parohiala isi polarizeaza atentia asupra relatiilor intre biserica, administratia locala, scolile confesionale si fruntasii politici nationali ai vremii, precum si asupra modalitatilor prin care comunitatile romanesti participa la actiunile initiate si patronate de cler, pentru salvgardarea drepturilor nationale (22).
Patronate andpatronage in early and classical Islam.