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  • WordNet 3.6
    • v subscribe to receive or obtain regularly "We take the Times every day"
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In literature:

Neglecting yourself as usual, for the sake of "the people," who wouldn't even subscribe to bury you?
"Robert Elsmere" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
I wish we could subscribe to it.
"The Field of Ice" by Jules Verne
The "Herald" began to sell in Amo, and Gaines County people subscribed.
"The Gentleman From Indiana" by Booth Tarkington
Nevertheless, the world had a general belief in his powers, and Vaudemont reluctantly subscribed to the world's verdict.
"Night and Morning, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
He had a very pretty scruple about subscribing his name to the hangman's list.
"In the Valley" by Harold Frederic
Don't advise me, my dear, to subscribe to my mother's prohibition of correspondence with you.
"Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)" by Samuel Richardson
I have not yet subscribed to Bowen.
"The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals, Volume 2." by Lord Byron
This is a very good meaning, if everybody will subscribe to it.
"Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, Number 59, September, 1862" by Various
Moore, of Fremantle, a subscriber to the Expedition Fund.
"Explorations in Australia" by John Forrest
Catholics must every where subscribe to it.
"Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 9, May 28, 1870" by Various

In poetry:

I say, as one who never feared
The wrath of a subscriber's bullet,
I pity him who has a beard
But has no little girl to pull it!
"Beard And Baby" by Eugene Field
'I have shaped my will; 'tis at hand,' said he;
'I subscribe it to-day, that no risk there be
In the hap of things
Of my leaving you menaced by poverty.'
"A Conversation At Dawn" by Thomas Hardy
There's WISEMAN and CHUME, and His Grace the Lord Primate,
That sinds round the box, and the world will subscribe;
'Tis they'll build a College that's fit for our climate,
And taych me the saycrets I burn to imboibe!
"The Last Irish Grievance" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Homage to him
His debtor band, innumerable as waves
Running all golden from an eastern sun,
Joyfully render, in deep reverence
Subscribe, and as they speak their Milton's name,
Rays of his glory on their foreheads bear.
"Milton--December 9, 1608: December 9, 1908" by George Meredith
She used to hide my battered hats; my old birettas, too,
Just when I had them broken in, would disappear from view.
I wondered where my wardrobe went, until by chance I'd seen
A tramp in full pontificals subscribed by Josephine.
"Josephine" by John O Brien
I am very glad to see Henry Irving has sent a hundred pounds,
And I hope his brother actors will subscribe their mite all round;
And if they do it will add honour to their name,
Because whatever is given towards a good cause they will it regain.
"Burning of the Exeter Theatre" by William Topaz McGonagall

In news:

Will host its regular meeting at the Pizza Ranch at 11:30 a.m. Do you subscribe to the Boone News Republican.
Subscribe to the rants rss feed.
The full content of this article is available for subscribers to the print edition of Wines & Vines magazine.
After struggling to lure subscribers to its satellite broadcast service with the promise of 39 HDTV channels — fewer than 40,000 paying customers jumped on board — VOOM went dark on April 30.
If you return to our Web site or wish to subscribe to a newsletter, you will be asked to sign up again.
Watch on and subscribe to Hello Style.
The site also has an innovative revenue model: In order to read entire articles or subscribe to Salon 's "Premium" service the reader can either pay the $35 annually or watch 30 seconds of ads for a daily pass.
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If you are already a subscriber to Scale Auto magazine you must log into your account to view this article.
You can subscribe to the Orange Scouting Report and have it sent to you by e-mail before each Syracuse University basketball game.
You must have iTunes to subscribe to this podcast.
If you're a subscriber to the premium, subscription-based Web site TideTV, you no doubt expect an inside look at Alabama sports.
Students may subscribe to email alerts for or embed selected papers.
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A former employee of America Online was sentenced to a year and three months in prison last week after admitting that he became a cyberspace outlaw when he sold the screen names and e-mail addresses of 92 million subscribers to spammers.

In science:

The users can be individuals or entities. However, in this article, we specifically use the term “subscriber” to refer to the entity subscriber.
An Architectural Design for Brokered Collaborative Content Delivery System
Many of their contributions were reported in previous V äxjö proceedings. I now also subscribe to this position.
Where Bell went wrong
Unfortunately, at this point I don’t see how to make that compatible with the wave front picture that I would like to subscribe to in the current paper.
Causal set as a discretized phase spacetime
This entails subscribing to and reading the mailing-list of the project (lurking [52, 58]) with a focus on community and power structures of the project, downloading the source code from the repository, setting up the development environment, reading mission statements and task trackers, and building the project.
Introducing Automated Regression Testing in Open Source Projects
If we subscribe to programme outlined in §1, then we must suppose that our observable region of the universe passed through a phase of inflation which eventually came to an end.
Infrared effects in inflationary correlation functions