Contribution may refer to:
- Contribution (law): a payment between defendants with joint and several liability to apportion liability.
- Publication in a newspaper, magazine, etc.
- Transport of audio or video content by broadcasters prior to distribution (for example audio or video links between a sports venue or concert hall and the broadcaster's studios).
- Contribution margin in cost accounting and analysis.
When a request for contributions is directed to more than one party then fundraising is being attempted.
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Famous quotes containing the word contribution:
“If melodrama is the quintessence of drama, farce is the quintessence of theatre. Melodrama is written. A moving image of the world is provided by a writer. Farce is acted. The writers contribution seems not only absorbed but translated.... One cannot imagine melodrama being improvised. The improvised drama was pre-eminently farce.”
—Eric Bentley (b. 1916)
“All in all, the creative act is not performed by the artist alone; the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qualifications and thus adds his contribution to the creative act. This becomes even more obvious when posterity gives its final verdict and sometimes rehabilitates forgotten artists.”
—Marcel Duchamp (18871968)
“The corruption of the age is produced by the individual contribution of each one of us; some contribute treachery, others injustice, irreligion, tyranny, avarice, cruelty, in accordance with their greater power; the weaker ones bring stupidity, vanity, passivity, and I am one of them.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)