01. If you [subscribe] to an Internet service with this company, you will also receive really good rates for long distance phone calls.
02. I don't need a [subscription] to the newspaper because I can read it for free at work.
03. I don't [subscribe] to the theory that the poor somehow benefit from cuts to taxes for the rich.
04. Sophie couldn't wait for the first magazine to come when we got her a [subscription] to Archie comics for her birthday.
05. The old man canceled his [subscription] to the newspaper because he was so upset by the right-wing editorials.
06. I don't [subscribe] to any one faith. I believe that God is whatever you perceive him or her or it to be.
07. My grandfather [subscribes] to a number of charities.
08. My daughter got a free introductory issue of a number of different magazines by signing up for a [subscription] for each of them, and then immediately canceling them.
09. I don't really read this magazine much, so I'm just going to let the [subscription] run out, and I won't renew it.
10. The university library [subscribes] to hundreds of different newspapers, magazines and academic journals.
11. I do not [subscribe] to the belief that men are better in business than women.
12. Government medical insurance here in British Columbia is available to all residents on a voluntary [subscription] basis for a low monthly fee.
13. The human rights organization Amnesty International has hundreds of thousands of members, [subscribers] and supporters in over 150 countries.

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