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He provided seed money for the campaign.
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Purdue Pharma, the maker of Oxycontin, provided $1.5 million in seed money to endow the position Christopher held — the Kathleen M. Foley Chair for Pain and Palliative Care — after her tenure as president.
The council approved $560,000 in seed money to launch Indy Achieves, a Hogsett initiative that seeks to enable 95,000 residents over five years to complete degree and certificate programs.
Snohomish County Parks has set aside $250,000 in seed money for the memorial, but hopes to help the families of victims raise $6 million, spokeswoman Shannon Hays said.
According to Turner, Poggi, a hedge-fund manager, had been bankrolling the Panthers program from the start, donating about $60,000 in seed money.
But Gillibrand wants Congress to force the Postal Service into the banking business — while easing that transition — by providing it with a mandate and seed money.
In his prepared testimony, Mr. Bridenstine said NASA has earmarked limited seed money to encourage private ventures to take over and use part of the orbiting facility past the 2025 deadline.
The federal seed money is aimed at filling a gap that the private sector generally doesn’t: the difficult period of applied research, when the science is proven but the prototype is not yet built.
Leal was at last appointed historian of the city, given $1 million in seed money and carte blanche on how to use it.
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Definition of seed money for English Language Learners
: money that is used for starting a new business, program, project, etc.
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