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Meanings and phrases
- a payment for consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine for a given period of time
- agreement expressed by (or as if expressed by) signing your name
- a pledged contribution
- the act of signing your name; writing your signature (as on a document)
- the right of a shareholder in a company to subscribe to shares of a new issue of common stock before it is offered to the public
- a warrant that expires on a stipulated date
- They held a public subscription drive to secure the funds.
- The memorial cost £6000 and was paid for by public subscription.
- Chantrey's work was funded by George IV himself, rather than by public subscription.
- It is a subscription service with a nominal fee for membership.
- The UX is the first Lexus to be offered by a subscription service.
- It was also bundled by database providers as a subscription service.
- NNN also operates , a 24-hour news channel available on subscription television platforms.
- It is a Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service (MMDS) or DVB-C wireless microwave-based broadcast subscription television provider.
- Eddie Hearn announced that the fight set a viewership record, for the biggest live audience on UK subscription television in boxing history.
- The service has a current monthly subscription price of .
- The service has a current monthly subscription price of $9.99.
- Access to premium content required a $9.95 monthly subscription.
- Job seekers pay a subscription fee in order to access postings in their field.
- The annual subscription fee will be calculated based on the number of papers published as open access in the previous year.
- The entrance fee was 5 guineas, with the annual subscription fee 4 guineas for members from the country, and 5 guineas for those in town.
- An annual subscription cost $24.
- At the time, an annual subscription to the new Journal cost one dollar.
- The FDA publication was available as an annual subscription for $14.00 domestic and $19.60 international.