Subsidised in a sentence

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He founded cities and harbours (Antipatris, Caesarea), constructed roads, theatres, and temples, and subsidised far beyond his frontier all works of public utility.
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Zachariah and Pauline were private persons; they were, happily for them, committed to nothing, and were not subsidised by their reputations to defend a system.
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Vespasian (69-79 A.D.) started free public education by appointing Quintilian Professor of Rhetoric subsidised by the state.
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At least one paper in practically every neutral country is directly subsidised by the German Foreign Office, which does not, however, stop at this.
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The attacks against Washington in the _Continental Times_ show which way the wind blows, for this paper is subsidised by the German Foreign Office through the simple device of buying 30,000 copies of each issue-it appears three times weekly-at 2 1/2d.
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It is quite content to quote to-day expressions of Greek opinion from Athens organs well known to be subsidised by Germany.
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No wonder the Universities demand freedom from State control; no wonder Training Colleges and subsidised secondary as well as elementary schools groan under its tender mercies.
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The best private schools, on the other hand, supply a real need, and, as a large proportion of their pupils do not enter for public examinations, it is possible in them, to make valuable experiments which could not easily be tried in larger subsidised institutions.
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If I remember rightly, he established and subsidised professorships in all parts of his dominions.
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The very young man of good family, the subsidised barrister, the respectable nobody, the rich supporter of the party would be ousted by known men.
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Examples of Subsidised

Example #1
During the following years he had leisure to carry out those splendid works of peace by which it was his aim to ingratiate himself with the emperor.
Example #2
In like manner a heightening of the demand is also seen in the circumstance that not merely harvesting but also sowing and dressing are forbidden.
Example #3
They were consequently free to think at large, and if they admired both Bunyan and Rousseau, they were at liberty to do so.
Example #4
It was closely expressive of its owners.
Example #5
Succeeding emperors enlarged upon it; but especially Alexander Severus (222-235 A.D.), who instituted salaries for teachers of rhetoric, literature, medicine, mechanics, and architecture in Rome and the provinces, and had poor boys attend the lectures free of charge-see Lampridius, _Alex.
Example #6
The famous verses of Martial: Quid tibi nobiscum, ludi scelerate magister?