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But Mr. Thomson's contributions may fairly be said to have exhausted the "romance" of the road.

His means were straitened, and he lived upon the contributions of his friends.

The churches are full of people, and the contributions of money are numerous and abundant.

I made weekly contributions to the literary column of the Observer.

His contributions to "The Talisman" included some of his best poems.

In fact, contributions to the "new navy" from all corners of the earth.

And her financial means are to be reinforced by contributions from Great Britain.

There are some other contributions of his, not of much value, to be found in the 'Gazette.'

The contributions and pledges of this convention for the coming year were about $2,000.

Johnson (Dr.), contributions to Baretti's Introduction, 101.