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Synonyms for contributor

Synonyms for contributor

a person who gives to a charity or cause

a person who supports or champions an activity, cause, or institution, for example

a person instrumental in the growth of something, especially in its early stages

Synonyms for contributor

someone who contributes (or promises to contribute) a sum of money

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

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Captain Contributor was designed so that third party administrators had a compelling, interactive way to provide information to various employer groups that needed resources regarding consumer-directed healthcare.
Among the six vice presidential candidates, Robredo, the running mate of defeated Liberal Party (LP) presidential candidate Mar Roxas, had the biggest expenditure, amounting to over P418 million, entirely funded by contributors.
In addition, the respected contributor had a high self-confidence level, and their leadership skills were very honed.
If the transaction is structured properly, the contributor's capital gains tax will be triggered when the contributor sells its partnership interests or redeems them for REIT shares or cash.
Thirteen contributors were asked to respond to a prospectus that several refer to but unfortunately is not reproduced in the volume.
It's no shock to stumble on an Internet forum devoted to uncovering government conspiracies, but you don't generally expect to find that the contributors are actual agents of the government.
Nevertheless, the book is not successful and this for two reasons: the contributors are all similar-minded to Trudeau himself and, therefore, cannot see clearly; secondly, factual information about Trudeau's personal life which undermines the book's thesis is omitted.
Thanks to all the Take One contributors over the past 13 years, and especially the government agencies and art councils that have made our very existence possible--The Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Magazine Fund, Canada Post, the NFB, OMDC and Telefilm Canada.
Increasing the size of prospective cohorts and biobanks is one approach to discovering previously unknown contributors to complex diseases, but it may come at the price of concealing contributors that are less common across all the participants in those larger studies and of limiting hypothesis generation.
In the partnership setting, the requirement that income from property be taxed to the contributor to the extent that it reflects the difference between the property's basis and FMV at contribution, serves to limit tax-avoidance possibilities.
Another new feature is the introduction of the Branded Sidebar in the Workshare Synergy Contributor that allows clients to customise the info panel that a reviewer sees when they review any replica documents.
An ingenious, but sneaky, kind of political contribution invented to get around limits on the amount of money political candidates can raise from individual contributors and from political action committees (PACs), which are organized lobby groups.
While neither of these findings will be of any surprise to campaign fundraisers, they do present a solid summary of the contributor base and solicitation methods to those unfamiliar with campaign fundraising.
The first of the four parts of this study, and by far the longest, is a list of women subjects, arranged alphabetically by name, including dates, occupation, role or reason for fame, name of contributor, and DNB reference.
There will be many times when you want to throw the whole thing in: times when contributors don't deliver, a contributor harangues you because the project is behind schedule, a publisher rejects your manuscript.