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subscribe

(messaging)
To request to receive messages posted to a mailing list or newsgroup. In contrast to the mundane use of the word this is often free of charge.

subscribe

To sign up for a service. Contrast with unsubscribe. See opt-in and syndication format.
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1m and indicated their willingness to subscribe to ordinary shares that remain unsubscribed following the completion of this second subscription round (if any).
The company surveyed 3,449 people who subscribe to its podcasting portal, Podcasting Juice.
Do you subscribe to Black Issues Book Review or did you purchase this issue on the newsstand?
Sites that offer RSS feeds typically have orange-colored buttons labeled RSS or XML (RSS is based on XML technology) that users simply click to subscribe.
A man I know quite well decided about a year ago to subscribe to Foreign Affairs, the prestigious journal of the Council on Foreign Relations.
com/group/pozhealth/ Also, you can subscribe by sending a blank email to PozHealth-subscribe@yahoogroups.
In order to subscribe to Salt and Light (416-971-5353), a viewer must rent or purchase a digital box (about $5 to rent or $100 to purchase), provided one has cable, and then subscribe to Salt and Light for about $5 per month.
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With investor portfolios down over 50 percent and no one willing to subscribe to an investment newsletter, how do you convince someone to subscribe?
Subscribe to VRG's parents' list at vrgparents-subscribe@yahoogroups.
If you're trying to keep abreast of farm animal issues, it's no longer necessary to subscribe to Beef magazine or Meat and Poultry News.
In a recent e-mail from one of the many lists to which I subscribe, I noticed a passing reference to the "the collapse of official (Anglican) news sources in Canada".