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Last edited by aceboy44; 05-08-2010 at 05:42 PM. Reason: Delete
for making an advertisement here? I really don't consider giving a rep for you.
Dodgy domain names with advertisements, ew.
It's easy to make a free website such as .tk.
Better find something to make free .com or .nl or w/e
Pardon me, but may someone here define the word "contribute"? I shared a link where you can get a free domain, yet no body seems to appreciate that so I would appreciate a percise definition of the word "contribute" and sorry for the negative tone!!!!
If you consider so, thanks for your contribution but I'm not sure if that is really a worthy one. It looked more like advertising the site here, that site is not really worth it and there are many better options available. Its my opinion and opinions differs all over.
Sorry for being offensive.
–verb (used with object)
1.to give (money, time, knowledge, assistance, etc.) to a common supply, fund, etc., as for charitable purposes.
2.to furnish (an original written work, drawing, etc.) for publication: to contribute stories to a magazine.
–verb (used without object)
3.to give (money, food, etc.) to a common supply, fund, etc.: He contributes to many charities.
4.to furnish works for publication: He contributed to many magazines.
5.contribute to, to be an important factor in; help to cause: A sudden downpour contributed to the traffic jam.
To provide or furnish something in order to reach a common goal, add value, or benefit in some way. The most common way that individuals contribute is by donating funds or items to charitable organizations. An individual who contributes something is called a contributor. "Becky and John contribute 10% of their monthly income to the Salvation Army."
1. the act of contributing
2. something contributed, such as money or ideas
3. (Communication Arts / Journalism & Publishing) an article, story, etc., contributed to a newspaper or other publication
4. (Business / Insurance) Insurance a portion of the total liability incumbent on each of two or more companies for a risk with respect to which all of them have issued policies
5. Archaic a levy, esp towards the cost of a war
Last edited by Xoyse; 05-06-2010 at 02:54 PM.