Trust

Trust may refer to:

  • Trust (social sciences), reliance on another person or entity
  • Misplaced trust

Read more about Trust:  Business and Legal, Fiction, Other Uses

Other articles related to "trust":

HHT
... Hilbert–Huang transform (mathematics) Historic House Trust of New York City Historic Houses Trust, New South Wales — state government trust in Australia ...
If You Had My Love - Music and Lyrics
... I won't take you cheatin' on me/ Tell me who can I trust if I can't trust in you/ And I refuse to let you play me for a fool." In the chorus of the song, Lopez sings the "lusty-leery" lyrics "If you had my love/ And ...
100 Bullets - Plot
... of a clandestine organization known as "The Trust" ... The Trust was originally formed by the heads of 13 powerful European families that controlled much of the Old World's combined wealth and industry ... The Trust made an offer to the kings of Europe to leave the continent and their considerable influence and holdings, in exchange for complete autonomy in the ...
Trust - Other Uses
... Trust (electronics company), a European producer and designer of computer peripherals and accessories, mainly in the low-budget market Trust (political party ... a car parts company Trust Operation, a Soviet counter-intelligence operation Trust metric, a measurement of the degree to which group members trust each other, as in online networking Trusted system, a ...
Oasis Trust
... Oasis Trust (known as "Oasis") is a UK-based Christian registered charity ... Since its foundation the Oasis Trust has developed into a family of charities now working on five continents and 11 countries around the world, to deliver housing, education, training, youthwork and ...

Famous quotes containing the word trust:

    We need not fear excessive influence. A more generous trust is permitted. Serve the great. Stick at no humiliation. Grudge no office thou canst render. Be the limb of their body, the breath of their mouth. Compromise thy egotism.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Seize the day [Carpe diem]: trust not to the morrow.
    Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus] (65–8 B.C.)

    The future which we hold in trust for our own children will be shaped by our fairness to other people’s children.
    Marian Wright Edelman (20th century)