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  • The research done under this program may have contributed to the technology used in later systems.
  • His then ground-breaking use of sound effects also contributed to the pressure.
  • All of these features contributed to the success of the city.
  • Each city must contribute men and ships or money to a common defense force.
  • All forms of energy contribute to the total mass and total energy.
  • Its unique shape contributed to the early development of the game.
  • Those who did not contribute, or join the party, did so at their own risk.
  • However, two changes made later in development contributed to the final unit's higher than expected price.
  • The women of the band would contribute ideas at the studio stage.
  • As with the previous recording sessions, all four band members contributed to the project.
  • They are still allowed to contribute to the election but only in a minor fashion.
  • Also on the property is a contributing two-story, four room brick service building.
  • Heat production throughout the day contributes to a high level of body temperature.
  • They cannot be said to have developed these tools or to have contributed the tradition to technology.
  • Little documentary evidence was available until later, when Christian sources began to contribute.
  • Such a limited distribution across the island could well have contributed to its extinction.
  • These two distinct cultural communities have both contributed significantly to the city's culture.
  • The oil people contributed little or nothing to the town in the long term and eventually left for the next oil field.
  • In the last few years, users have contributed numerous reviews of board and card games.
  • Women contributed to the American Revolution in many ways, and were involved on both sides.
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Meaning of contribute

  • verb Contribute to some cause
    I gave at the office
  • verb Be conducive to
    The use of computers in the classroom lead to better writing