contributary

contributary

(kənˈtrɪbjʊtərɪ)
adj
obsolete contributory
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By him I'll be great emperor of the world, And make a bridge thorough the moving air, To pass the ocean with a band of men; I'll join the hills that bind the Afric shore, And make that country continent to Spain, And both contributary to my crown: The Emperor shall not live but by my leave, Nor any potentate of Germany.
Although the exact mode of horizontal transmission has not been elucidated, environmental, behavioural and cultural factors are likely to be contributary. Cultural practices such as scarification and tattooing and iatrogenic procedures including indiscriminate use of injections or non-sterilised syringes have all been implicated.
(9) Given these findings, a significant need exists to identify and better understand contributary factors that result in struvite stone formation, beyond the presence of a urease producing microorganism.
In the current study, we pursued the hypothesis that an epigenetic modulation that appears to play a relevant contributary role in other experimental contexts [4] may be involved in the increased stroke susceptibility of the SHRSP animal model and may provide an early marker of disease.
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His personal and family history were not contributary. Cutaneous examination revealed a brownish black plaque over the medial aspect of the left sole of the foot 4x3 cm in size with irregular blurred margin.
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 significant improvement in the postinflammatory pigmentation as evident from the study may be because of detergent property of the ingredients as described in exemplary Unani texts.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.
(269.) 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.