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contributory

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  • s  tending to bring about; being partly responsible for
    a contributory factor

  • The judge, whose injunction will stand until the case is tried or settled, said it is likely the couple engaged in "contributory copyright infringement" by linking to a site they .
  • For if the root reasons for suicide remain murky, among the likely contributory causes is the power of personal example, as well as what might be called sheer morbid faddishness.
  • By a vote of 3 to 1, Inland workers accepted the contributory plan.
News & Articles

  • Tiny Bit at Fault? It May Kill Your Claim
    Contributory negligence and comparative negligence laws are intended to deal with situations where more than one driver has been found to have contributed to an auto accident. One type of negligence law could cut back any claim you make. The other could mean you get nothing.
    June 25, 2013 - FOX Business
Quotes

  • David Capel in guardian.co.uk
    There has been a very disruptive period of time in the England dressing room,said Capel. "Some people handle things in different ways. I wonder at times whether that has been a contributory factor [to Panesar's performances]. When it...
  • Walter Smith in InTheNews.co.uk
    We are disappointed to lose the last goal, I think it was a contributory factor that Davie Weir had come off,Smith told BBC Scotland. "With Christian Dailly, Amdy Faye and a new goalkeeper, we had a little bit of disruption in defence. It...
  • Nicola Sturgeon in BBC News
    The Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon said: "It is not yet clear to what extent his infection with the H1N1 virus may have been a contributory factor to his condition or whether it is incidental. Without at all wanting to diminish the gravity of this...

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