contributary

contributary

(kənˈtrɪbjʊtərɪ)
adj
obsolete contributory
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His personal and family history were not contributary.
He accepted the Kong, where jailed He accepted the situation in Hong Kong, where jailed owner Carson Yeung is battling Y for control of the holding company, could be a contributary factor.
39404142 It may also be contributary to antiinflammatory and wound healing activities of the respective herbs.
We're not blaming the two employees, but their decisions were contributary.
It is understood a contributary factor in Villas-Boas' departure was a simmering row with technical director Franco Baldini over transfer record-breaking winger Erik Lamela.
Learning from error: identifying contributary causes of medication error in an Australian hospital.
Another doctrinal innovation of the same general sort was the adoption of the "rule" that a plaintiff's failure to "stop and look" before crossing a railroad track constitutes contributary negligence.
Tottenham's top-four finish in the Premier League last season was a contributary factor in bringing down the curtain on Rafael Benitez's reign at Liverpool.
The list of contributary sources of uncertainty for R is the same as the list given in Table 2 except the contributary source for L would be omitted, as shown in Eq.
The allocation of medical resources that ICU admission entails should logically be followed up by the highest quality, multidisciplinary care with a view to rehabilitation and resolution of causative or contributary factors.
Several contributary factors have been adduced (TWIDALE, 1976, 2003).