sustentation fund

sustentation fund

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a fund, esp in the Church of Scotland, to augment the support of ministers
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This work was supported by a grant from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2016M590427), the National Key Technology RandD Program (2012BAD25B07); The Jiangsu Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund, China (1501145B).
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Vaughan wanted his priests to have 'the freest and fullest discussion' of the situation before reaching a decision, but he probably did not expect to achieve the amazing coup of each priest agreeing to reveal his annual income so that a more precise scale could be determined to provide the Archbishops' Sustentation Fund with the required 1,500 [pounds sterling] per annum.
(59) SAA, Account Book 87, Sustentation Fund, 1874-1896.
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This paper draws on work supported in part by the following funds: National Natural Science Foundation of China under grant number 61002009, Science and Technology Planning Project of Zhejiang Province under grant number 2010C31018, Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China under grant number Y1110591, and Shanghai Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund under grant number 11R21414100.
A series of meetings were held, at which the leaders concluded that with the increasing pressure put on churches for funds for the minister's sustentation fund, (36) the continuation of separate operations for the BZM and BMS was no longer viable.