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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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The prudent Monk -- others would say the generous Monk -- had commuted the donation into a sale, and acknowledged the receipt of the sum of fifteen thousand crowns as the price of the property ceded.
3 In Saudi Arabia, there has been some development in the system of OD, but discrepancy exists in different areas of the country; for instance, more than 70% of organ donations come from the central region.
What is most significant [in determining the type of donation] is the absence of stipulation that the donor could revoke the donations.
The donation tax credit is the government's way of encouraging donations to qualified donees by ensuring that donations are made with a donor's pre-tax dollars as opposed to after-tax dollars.
The donations will benefit the Hunger Defense Fund, Jaycee's Santa's Helpers Toy Drive and Mac's Project (recycling to win the battle against children's cancer).
PPA '06 Section 1216(a) tightens the rules for donations of cash, clothing and household items.
For money donations, the donor generally must maintain one of the following:
The Council for Aid to Education's latest report on institutional giving found that donations increased by just under 5 percent, to $25.
If this measure is passed, we expect donations of securities to charities to skyrocket," says JoAnne Ryan, TD Waterhouse's Philanthropy Advisor.
In addition to those messages, though, even more "readers voiced their support for the newspaper in notes accompanying their donations to the 2005 Anglican Journal Appeal.
Currently, donations from the ag industry have exceeded $25 million in monetary funding and uncounted millions of dollars in food, medical aid, and long-term reconstruction and development supplies.
While securities, IRAs and fixed instrument investments continue to be the most common types of assets donated philanthropically to charitable remainder trusts, the amount of real estate donations has been increasing given that both commercial and residential property has experienced dramatic appreciation nationwide over the past few years.