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Previously, Tamar opened up about her hospitalization, saying that a career in reality television contributed greatly to her unhappiness.

Scott Clement and Alauna Safarpour contributed to this report.

Emily Guskin and Alauna Safarpour contributed to this report.

That statute contributed to problems during what was widely viewed as a troubled June primary.

He also contributes to the development of several other products.

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“I did not contribute to him, he did not contribute to me,” Duke said.

That means that fewer and fewer everyday Americans are choosing to contribute to campaigns.

Nor do these studies address the structural and systematic issues that contribute to obesity, such as poverty and stress.

But as a lawyer, she uses law to contribute to their protection.

It was the fundraiser to end all fundraisers, and no one was even asked to do anything so vulgar as to contribute any cash.

This genius to superintend and be the head, while others contribute the hands, is not the most common of human endowments.

To this evil the darkness and steepness of the streets mainly contribute, by furnishing almost a certainty of escape.

Visitors to the church are given an opportunity to contribute to the fund—a common thing in such cases.

That we are consumers and non-producers—that we contribute nothing to the general progress of man.

Every woman seemed to have been fired with the ambition to contribute her own part to the brilliancy of the night.


On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contribute, such as: add, commit, devote, give, grant, and pony up.

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