"patronizingly" French translation
His Majesty the King is the patron of all religions practised in the country.”
His Majesty the King of Thailand himself is a patron of all major faiths in the country.
He had many strings to his bow. He was a brilliant lawyer, a canny businessman and entrepreneur, a sensitive patron of the arts and a
Mitchell Sharp was an economist, a pianist and patron of the arts, a senior civil servant, a cabinet minister, a pillar of strength in
But the violent hold of the armed separatists and their patrons is not unbreakable.
By saying yes to this directive, Europe has had its day as a patron of art.
A hard blow for the future institution devoted to photography and funded by the patron Maja Hoffmann.
Senator Grafstein is a patron of many arts and health organizations.
Julius also was the patron of Bramante, the architect who first planned Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome.
If he matters in history, it is because he was the patron of Michelangelo and Raphael, before whose work we stand awed and delighted.
Typically the club owner advises Black patrons that the club is private and the patron would have to apply for membership.
Some parents send their children as domestic servants to rich households, which maintain a complex patron-client relationship.
Patrons are served in the language of their choice: Arabic, English or French.
It will create an exemption allowing libraries to provide a copy of an article to library patrons.
White patrons, in contrast, are allowed entry without membership or are offered the opportunity to become members on the spot.
Synonyms (English) for "patronizingly":
Synonyms (English) for "patron":
patriotic · patriotism · patrol · patrolman · patron · patronage · patroness · patronising · patronisingly · patronizing · patronizingly · patronymic · patsy · patter · pattern · patterned · patterning · patternmaker · patterns · patty · patulin
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