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donation

[dō′nā·shən]
(mycology)
In conjugation, a process involving a nonconjugative plasmid and a conjugative plasmid in which the latter provides the missing conjugative function to the former so that the former may be transferred.
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Actor Mohammad Subhi donated 50 thousand Egyptian pounds, while actor Ahmed Helmy vowed to donate the entire wage of his upcoming film to the fund.
Printed Barbara Hulanicki T-shirt for Tickled Pink at George ASDA pounds 10 with 10 per cent being donated to Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Awareness
Before you accept donated computers, understand what kind of equipment you need.
The donor's basis in the property when it was donated.
The Plum-Creek Foundation, Seattle, Washington, USA has donated US$ 75,000-US$ 50,000 to CARE, and US$ 25,000 to the Northwest Medical Teams Disaster Relief Fund.
Stewarding some donated funds can be far more time consuming than the dollars involved would justify.
These results are comparable with a similar study using a sample of blood donors suggesting that the stronger the participant's identity as a blood donor, the more often he/she donated blood (Callero, Howard, Piliavin, 1987).
In addition, the money donated to, and invested by, the private foundation will earn income at a very low tax rate.
Today, an educated guess would put the national figure at around two million cars donated to charity annually, with a value of around $1 billion.
Bruce Beattie signed editorial cartoon, donated by Kay Semion of the Daytona Beach News-Journal
Marie Johnson of Cataumet, Massachusetts donated paid vacation time to an ill coworker.
All you feel is a pinch [from the needle], but it goes away," says Colleen Bird, 17, who donated blood for the third time this year.