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patronize

patronize

patronize Sentence Examples

  • Every time one of you opens your mouth, you patronize me.

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  • Don't patronize me, Carmen.

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  • Apply for a card that can be used at the gas station you patronize frequently and that will also provide you with a generous fuel discount.

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  • If you are a loyal online shopper, you may be eligible for special web-only discounts or special sales and promotions from the merchants you patronize.

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  • Learn, before you purchase a policy, if you can choose any dentist or if you'll be required to patronize a network dentist.

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  • When buying online, be sure to patronize sites that offer product guarantees and no-hassle return policies in case you are dissatisfied with your purchase.

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  • They saved the day, (actually, the night!), and we enjoyed good food and great fellowship!Several years passed before my in-laws and others of the wedding party would patronize the errant restaurant.

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  • patronize readers by writing down to them?

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  • patronize the shop and make our way home, as time was short and folks were hungry.

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  • Native cults the Hellenistic kings thought it good policy to patronize.

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  • The statesman, they trusted, would patronize their religion for its utility; and the clergy would inculcate it for their own emolument.

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  • They also patronize the greatest number the super bowl.

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  • No, we do not patronize them by telling them what they already know.

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  • We'll meet him at the resurrection Do n't patronize me, I'm not in the mood.

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  • It is not a film which you can view passively; it does not patronize its audience by providing fully sequential information.

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  • When Boulanger (q.v.) showed himself as an ambitious pretender, Clemenceau withdrew his support and became a vigorous combatant against the Boulangist movement, though the Radical press and a section of the party continued to patronize the general.

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  • The tendency to honour men of letters and to patronize the arts which distinguished Italian princes throughout the Renaissance period first manifested itself in the attitude assumed by Visconti and Carraresi to Petrarch.

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  • Ptolemy himself was eager to increase the library and to patronize scientific research.

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  • For convenience's sake, you may want to patronize an online retailer.

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  • Fast food chains cannot be blamed entirely; after all we are the ones choosing to patronize their business.

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  • The answer depends on what you are looking for and which shop you patronize.

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