contributary

contributary

(kənˈtrɪbjʊtərɪ)
adj
obsolete contributory
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We're not blaming the two employees, but their decisions were 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.
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.
Pathologists are now trying to establish whether this was a contributary factor to her death.
They thought I had broken his leg but the artificial playing surface was a major contributary factor in the injury Ross sustained.
In the final frame Slaithwaite's Andy Rouse (16) defeated Alan Muff (2) 63-44 to take the Huddersfield Contributary Trophy to Hill Top.
Her storytelling is not really about "how [she's] gotten to feel about--things," but is instead "a trick of some sort to exact a contributary emotion," a way of creating a relationship within which Daisy is clearly the queen, and her listeners, more-or-less-willing vassals (21, 22).
It is the flowing together of these contributary sidestreams that brings about the river and continuously changes the shape and the content of the river.
Only the top 200 metres of its water are alive, permitting fish, dolphins and other creatures despite its five contributary rivers -- the Danube is one -- pouring some 203 cubic kilometres of water into it annually.
The first half in Derbyshire was a drab affair, Wade citing the midweek Northumberland Senior Cup game at Ashington as a contributary factor.
Learning from error: identifying contributary causes of medication error in an Australian hospital.