Some articles on patrons, patron:

Laguna Hills Technology Branch Library - Technology
... unfiltered public computer terminals which patrons can use to access the Internet and any of the library’s online subscription-based databases ... Patrons can reserve computer time with an OCPL library card, which guarantees one hour of computer time per day ... Patrons are advised to bring their own USB flash drive if they want to save their work ...
Shelter Box - Patrons
... In August 2007 HRH The Duchess of Cornwall became the charity’s President and Royal Patron, following her visit to the Helston HQ that summer ...
Shaftesbury (UK Parliament Constituency) - History - Political Character in The 18th Century
... generally recognised the local landowner as its "patron", with the right to nominate both its MPs, but also expected this influence to be cemented with generous bribery, making ... In the mid 18th century the joint patrons were Lord Ilchester and The Earl of Shaftesbury, who generally agreed to nominate one member each rather than ... The patrons were free to recoup their expenditure by selling the seats to suitable candidates (at that period perfectly legal) rather than giving them to family or friends, but avoiding an expensive ...
Sightlines in Theatres
... in Chicago and the Emery Theatre in Cincinnati alternate row sightlines where each patron sees between the heads of patrons in the row in front and over the ... includes considerations of how much of the stage and scenery each patron can see ... For example can each patron see the top of the scenery or not, and can each patron see the whole stage floor or not? Design of sightlines is divided into two ...

Famous quotes containing the word patrons:

    The Stage but echoes back the publick Voice.
    The Drama’s Laws the Drama’s Patrons give,
    For we that live to please, must please to live.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    The drama’s laws, the drama’s patrons give,
    For we that live to please, must please to live.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    In 1869 he started his work for temperance instigated by three drunken men who came to his home with a paper signed by a saloonkeeper and his patrons on which was written “For God’s sake organize a temperance society.”
    —Federal Writers’ Project Of The Wor, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)