Grant-in-aid sentence example

grant-in-aid
  • This grant is in lieu of the grants formerly made out of the exchequer grant in aid of local rates, and amounted in1906-1907to £619,489.
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  • There is no public debt, the annual deficiency being made good by a grant-in-aid from the imperial exchequer.
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  • The number of pupils in private schools under government inspection was in 1898, the first year of the grant-in-aid system, 7536; in 1900, 12,315; in 1905, 145,691.
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  • The Design Council is funded by grant-in-aid from the Department of Trade & Industry.
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  • The Council employs approximately 60 members of staff and is responsible for administering Government grant-in-aid of around £ 3.5 million.
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  • It is financed by an annual grant-in-aid from the National Assembly for Wales.
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  • The Agency plans to raise funds from a mixture of increased charges, external funding and increased grant-in-aid.
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  • The Council had a small grant-in-aid to enable it to meet the costs of staff restructuring (£ 1.5M in 1998-99 ).
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  • How SQA is funded SQA receives grant-in-aid from the Scottish Executive.
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