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suhb skrahybd

  • v  offer to buy, as of stocks and shares
    The broker subscribed 500 shares
  • v  mark with one's signature; write one's name (on)
  • v  adopt as a belief
  • v  pay (an amount of money) as a contribution to a charity or service, especially at regular intervals
  • v  receive or obtain regularly
  • s  (of a contract or will or other document) having a signature written at the end
    the subscribed will

  • That's why Peter's crusty, good-natured reminiscences have made him the all-time second-most-subscribed-to uploader on YouTube.
  • Last week, another large citizens' deputation subscribed $30,000 to distribute petitions to recall Mayor Bowles.
  • The publisher therefore asked the Supreme Court to throw out the libel judgment because the Palm Beach socialite was a public figure who was often in the newspapers, subscribed to .
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in Scotsman
    For over two decades (Mr McCain has] subscribed to that old, discredited Republican philosophy: give more and more to those with the most and hope that prosperity trickles down to everyone else,Mr Obama said. "What it really means is that...
  • Gordon Brown in The Sun
    Rubbishing then US President George Bush's post-war reconstruction plans, Mr Brown said: "I never subscribed to the neoconservative position that somehow, at the barrel of a gun, overnight, liberty or democracy could be conjured up."
  • Mitch McConnell in Christian Science Monitor
    I cannot support the so-called empathy standard upon which Judge Sotomayor was selected and to which she, herself, has subscribed in her writings and rulings,McConnell said.

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