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Don't advise me, my dear, to subscribe to my mother's prohibition of correspondence with you.
I took the precaution to subscribe to no other newspaper than the Moniteur.
I subscribe (most humbly) to his suggestions, especially his second.
He's better than a newspaper because it don't cost a cent to subscribe to him.
They subscribe for newspapers; they amuse themselves with frequent theatricals.
We can get them from the newsstand but I would like to subscribe for them.
The people are compelled to subscribe to the cause, whether they like it or not.
I do not care enough for you to subscribe to your religion and your laws.
I subscribe myself to the advancement of science and Science Fiction.