contributor

All Noun
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  • Both saw limited playing time in the previous season, but became significant contributors.
  • It is currently run by students of the university and other contributors from around the world.
  • The publication became a place where these contributors could share their ideas and interests.
  • As well as the team members, other contributors also regularly featured on the show.
  • The 1970s was a period when video recording became a major contributor to the television industry.
  • Team-specific human resources represent the individual contributors that are selected for each team as team members.
  • His efforts to protect the land make him the premier contributor to this cause.
  • They have been followed each year by the most notable contributors to aviation history.
  • Regular contributors include well-known scholars in the fields of science and philosophy.
  • Early founding families names still serve as key contributors to the community.
  • Any other contributor such as a team owner or executive can be voted in at any time.
  • These forces are all contributors to the way people communicate in our world.
  • He was an influential contributor to social theory, political theory and political economy.
  • For some reason many contributors are listed more than once in the revised version.
  • This view made Black an early contributor to real business cycle theory.
  • The magazine was a success and soon attracted the industry's leading contributors.
  • The below classes have been identified by a group of major code contributors as major classes.
  • They asked all current New York contributors to help with the review.
  • A number of the journal's contributors went on to take leading parts in that movement.
  • This process was open to all contributors, and left no aspect of the language closed to change.
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Words starting with contributor

Synonyms of contributor

Meaning of contributor

  • noun A writer whose work is published in a newspaper or magazine or as part of a book