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contribute

(Assist), verb abet, accommodate, advance, advise, afford aid, aid, assist, assist substannially, be a party to, be helpful, be of service, bear a part, bring aid, conduce, cooperate, encourage, enter into, furrish aid, give aid, help, intercede for, join in, lend assistance, minister, partake, partake of, participate, prodesse, render help, serve, stand by, subscribe to, succor, support, take an active part in, tend
Associated concepts: contributing cause, contributing to delinquency of a minor, contributing to support a dependent

contribute

(Indemnify), verb compensate, give back, indemnity, make compensation, make reparation, make restitution, pay back, pay damages, recompense, remit, remunerate, restore, return, satisfy, tender

contribute

(Supply), verb accord, add, administer, afford, allot, assign, award, bequeath, bequest, bestow, cede, commit, confer, consign, convey, deed, deliver, devote, dispense, dispose of, dole out, donate, endow, enrich, equip, furnish, give, give away, grant, hand over, impart, invest, mete out, pass down, pay, present, proffer, relinquish, remit, render, share, subsidize, supply, tender, transmit, will
Associated concepts: contributed capital, contributing fault, contributing negligence, contributing proximate cause
See also: abet, administer, assist, bear, benefit, bequeath, bestow, capitalize, convey, cooperate, create, defray, dole, endow, fund, furnish, give, grant, help, inure, involve, participate, pay, present, profit, provide, redound, render, replenish, spend, subsidize, supply, support, transfer, yield
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It appears the contributor must recognize gain or loss as if he sold the contributed property and realized the gain or loss directly.
From research that he directed on two genes that make proteins acting on brain cells, Lahn argues that those genes have contributed to human-brain evolution.
Part III includes only one chapter contributed by Buse, Drager, Fustukian and Lee, and is titled "Globalisation and health policy: trends and opportunities," which draws on a number of meaningful comparisons, implications and conclusions.
Peracchi contributed two parcels of real estate that were encumbered by liabilities that exceeded his adjusted basis in the properties by $566,807.
The reduced available of credit limited the ability of certain smaller and medium-sized firms to expand and contributed to the weakening of the economy.
Generally, this is not a problem when the FMV of the property contributed to the corporation equals its basis in the transferor's hands.
The Seggermans also argued their guaranties were no different from the contributed notes since they still were liable for the corporate debt after the transfer.
In 1983, it contributed five truck terminals to the trust funding the plans and credited their fair market value against its minimum funding obligations for its taxable years ending June 30, 1982, and June 30, 1983.
For example, if you had contributed early in 1990, all of the interest earned so far would have accumulated tax-free in the RRSP.
Noncontributors in both types of groups cited selfish reasons for their behavior, such as wanting to hang on to what they had and possibly make even more if enough others contributed.