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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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7 million active customers around the world rely on contributors content to create campaigns, promotional materials, social posts, websites, and creative projects.
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.
The first Contributor's Corner posting will profile long-time Shareitopia contributor Karen Nelson from Massachusetts, who had a heart attack at 39 and was diagnosed with Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD).
Ram and Liu identified seven specific roles that Wikipedia contributors play.
Respect level for frequent contributors varied, depending on the worthiness and impact of their contribution.
Benefits to the contributor can include tax deferral, portfolio diversification, and a stable return on investment, along with the right to redeem partnership interests for cash or REIT shares.
00(US) or more will be designated as Best of Show Contributors.
Thirteen contributors were asked to respond to a prospectus that several refer to but unfortunately is not reproduced in the volume.
Schwarzenegger is hardly the first politician to blur the line between government and campaign business, or to lean heavily on private contributors to bridge the interaction between the two.
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.
The contributors are determined to prove that this "hidden" side was really important in the life of Trudeau the politician.
It is probably inevitable that any volume of this size and scope, written by one-hundred and ninety-three contributors, will surfer from some unevenness in tone and level of treatment.
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.
While the primary focus of the book has been to explore the kind of impact globalization is having on health policy-making, the contributors speaking in unison express a vital humanitarian concern that the current forces driving globalisation are primarily failing to taking into account its implications for promoting and protecting human health.
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.