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  • The album features a strong group presence with significant writing contributions from all band members.
  • He became an important part of the firm and made many contributions to its success.
  • Contributions to the development of science and technology have appeared throughout the country's history.
  • His contributions to number theory include his work on perfect numbers.
  • The additional contribution must be made while still on active duty.
  • He came to believe this was his greatest contribution during his forty-five years as a teacher.
  • Many noted the unique contribution they had made within the campaign.
  • The contribution of the German allies would generally not make itself felt until later.
  • This method can be used to increase a particular animal's contribution to the population.
  • His contribution to science is now recognized by the broad public, even in Canada.
  • Both orders made significant contributions to the development of the great universities of Europe.
  • Yet the full importance of his contributions was not appreciated till long after his death.
  • Despite their contributions, folk metal remained little known with few representatives during the 1990s.
  • However, this is academic in some species whose contribution is very nearly zero.
  • The book also made a significant contribution in the changing of men's fashion.
  • During this period of attention, various philosophers made significant contributions to the field.
  • This water system was a major contribution to the valley's development as an agricultural area.
  • In this last contribution was the first center, the others were London and Paris.
  • He was also an important political writer and made a significant contribution to Constitutional theory.
  • Rome's historic contribution to language in a worldwide sense is much more extensive however.
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Words starting with contribution

Meaning of contribution

  • noun The part played by a person in bringing about a result
    I am proud of my contribution in advancing the project, they all did their share of the work
  • noun A voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
  • noun Act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity
  • noun An amount of money contributed
    he expected his contribution to be repaid with interest
  • noun A writing for publication especially one of a collection of writings as an article or story