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1. To act as patron toward; to support; to countenance; to favor; to aid. The idea has been patronised by two states only. (A. Hamilton)

2. To trade with customarily; to frequent as a customer.

3. To assume the air of a patron, or of a superior and protector, toward; used in an unfavorable sense; as, to patronize one's equals.

Origin: Patronised; Patronizing.

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... Okay, come back and say something mean to me when you get a chance.... But....agree w/you on the A. kicking!!!!! i am still around... i don't patronize the losers at the watch any more... their day is coming... so why don't you research my last post?... and try to stay on topic if you can... maf

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by maf
Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:19 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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