use patrons in a sentence.
But they do shut the doors on patrons who might.
Wasn't art then mostly paid for by the Church, the government, or wealthy patrons?
It's interesting to see open-source foundations get corporate patrons.
Is there possibly a mixup between hosts and guests/patrons in the last-but-two paragraph?
There is also a disincentive for patrons to preserve any good thing they have going on.
I don't understand why this is better than any of the other 40 sites that match developers with patrons.
Waiting for the new patrons in next week's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse!