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1. City employees cannot contribute to political campaigns.
2. This new discovery will contribute to all humanity.
3. The three sons also contribute to the family business.
4. Everyone should contribute what he or she can afford.
5. Everybody should contribute to the discussion.
6. Would you like to contribute to our collection?
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7. Aren't you going to contribute towards Jack's leaving present?
8. Do you wish to contribute?
9. She usually poor-mouths when it's her turn to contribute.
10. Regular outings contribute to a sense of fellowship among co-workers.
11. Rubbishy commercials and harmful programmes contribute to the rise in violence and crime in the street.
12. A better water supply would contribute dramatically to the villagers' well-being.
13. One of the aims of ethnography is to contribute to an understanding of the human race.
14. Does smoking contribute to lung cancer?
15. He had very little to contribute to the conversation.
16. You need not feel obliged to contribute.
17. The volunteers contribute their own time to the project.
18. The lower strings contribute a splendid richness of sonority.
19. She can be counted upon to contribute good ideas.
20. Air conditioning can contribute to sick building syndrome.
21. We hope everyone will contribute to the discussion.
22. The company publicly apologized and agreed to contribute some money to charity.
23. Every parent is asked to contribute a proportion of the total cost.
24. Actually, few of us admit that examinations can contribute anything really important to the students' academic development.
25. Students are encouraged to contribute articles to the university magazine.
26. NATO officials agreed to contribute troops and equipment to such an operation if the UN Security Council asked for it.
27. Don't try to win a friend by presenting gifts. You should instead contribute your sincere love and learn how to win others 'heart through appropriate ways.
28. Would it be presumptuous of me to ask you to contribute?
29. The couple have an arrangement by which they each contribute equally to the cost of the house.
30. To start the ball rolling, the government was asked to contribute ￡1 million.
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