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- : A business entity formed to fix prices or establish monopoly control over a market. (Nineteenth century American usage)
- Coexistence Trust: A group concerned with both antisemitism and Islamophobia, acting both with governments and with education
- In God We Trust: National motto of the United States of America since 1956, appears on United States Federal Reserve bank notes and U.S. Treasury-issued coins.
- Investment Trust: Add brief definition or description
- National Trust: An independent charity in the United Kingdom dedicated to the preservation of protection of historic buildings, stately homes, gardens, the countryside and coastlines
- Trust (business): Add brief definition or description
- Trust (legal): A contract or binding agreement establishing an arrangement in which property is managed by one legal person (the trustee) for the benefit of another.
- : Predictability, willingness, dependendability or reliability of a person, organization, group or institution as perceived by others.
- : A characteristic feature of the legitimacy of social institutions. A key component of social capital.
- : Political advocacy, muck-raking journalism, and other efforts directed at breaking up or "busting" monopoly control by business trusts. (Nineteenth century).
- : A business company offering certain financial services (usually including trusteeship).
- Web of trust: Add brief definition or description