courtesy of (someone or something)

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courtesy of (someone or something)

1. Provided by. All the film scenes in the documentary are courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
2. Due to someone or something. We were able to remodel the gym courtesy of very generous alumni donations.
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courtesy of somebody/something


1 (also by courtesy of somebody/something) with the official permission of somebody/something and as a favour: The pictures have been reproduced by courtesy of the British Museum.
2 given as a prize or provided free by a person or an organization: Win a weekend in Rome, courtesy of Fiat.
3 as the result of a particular thing or situation: Viewers can see the stadium from the air, courtesy of a camera fastened to the plane.
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There was some comedy courtesy of one opposition party who stated on the day before the budget that they could raise an extra PS1 billion for services.
Thanks to Dream Foundation, the Eagles' victory over the Minnesota Vikings, and the team's generous ticket arrangement, Baird will now be traveling to Minneapolis, courtesy of one of the organization's Sustaining Partners, Southwest Airlines, to watch the Eagles in their quest to take home the Lombardi Trophy.
That made the league's upper crust too tough to call among F2 Logistics, Petron and Foton, whose only defeats in the eliminations were courtesy of one another.
This classy crossover is certainly an eye-catcher and is also a money saver courtesy of one of its latest engine options, the turbocharged 998cc three-cylinder petrol.
With Ms McCall busy reuniting relatives on Long Lost Family or travelling the world for ITV's ubiquitous 'celebs on holiday' series, presenting duties are now courtesy of one of the brightest rising stars of British TV, Scarlett Moffatt.
However CTK prevailed, getting the aggregate point to go level on points at the top, but hold the advantage courtesy of one more game won.
Belgium continued to exert their early dominance and scored the opener soon after courtesy of one of the best strikes we've seen at Euro 2016, with midfielder Radja Nainggolan thrashing a stunning 25 yard drive beyond Hennessey, who was beaten by the sheer venom in the shot.
And victory arrivied courtesy of one of the best bowling performances ever seen in the playoff final.
Ed Miliband's Man of the People act took another battering this week courtesy of one of his own friends.
The goalless draw between Cape Verde and Zambia put both countries out, with DR Congo edging Cape Verde courtesy of one more goal scored.
Fans who are dying to watch the movie adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey" are in for a treat courtesy of one of the stars of the movie, Victor Rasuk.
WALSALL climbed into the League One top six after defeating bang-inform Swindon courtesy of one of the most accomplished displays by a Saddlers side for years.
While the palm-tree motif had cropped up in his paintings before, it proliferated wildly that year, spreading like an exuberant cancer across a range of mediums and objects, both traditional (paintings, sculptures, prints) and not so traditional (wallpaper, stockings, pullovers--the latter courtesy of one of Kuhn's more enthusiastic supporters, a typesetter called Ernst Gloor).
Ellen" will reveal a viewer getting a new home, courtesy of one of the show's sponsors.
The first six-figure transaction came courtesy of one of the dearest yearling purchases in the catalogue.