Membership in a sentence

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Definition of Membership

  • The state of being a member.
  • The collective body of members, as of a society.
  • the body of members of an organization or group
  • the state of being a member

How to use membership in a sentence. Membership pronunciation.

The annual membership fee is $2.50.
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As soon as the Society's membership increases sufficiently to warrant it, we shall bring out additional publications at no extra charge.
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If your membership expires, please send us your renewal before May 1, so that you will not miss the first issue of the Second Year.
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Membership rates remain fixed at $2.50 per year in the United States and Canada, and $2.75 in Great Britain and the continent.
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Publications of the first year may be secured by members for $2.50, the annual membership rate.
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Libraries Libraries as well as individuals are eligible for membership.
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Perhaps if the membership were exclusively composed of women, positive results would show.
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On a review of my ministry of about sixteen years,' he adds, 'I find God has graciously permitted me to give to the cause of my Redeemer nearly $1,200, by which amount about forty life memberships have been created in various evangelical societies.
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THAT CHARGES FOR DOWNLOAD TIME OR FOR MEMBERSHIP.
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Dr. Koker belonged to a Society calling themselves the "Collegiants", the membership of which was drawn from the Reformed, Lutheran, and various other churches.
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Their cardinal principles were freedom of speech, freedom of belief, and liberty to retain membership in their own denominations if they desired.
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He grew worse during the voyage and was now very ill with dropsy, but in such a beautiful Christian spirit that no one could deny his wish for full membership in the Church.
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That Seifert had been empowered to delegate to another member a duty usually reserved for the clergy, was reasonable, though unusual, for his serious illness or death would have left the Congregation without ministration until word could be sent to Germany, and some one else could come to take his place,-a matter of months,-but, when the "Aeltester" was present, in full health, in entire accord with his Congregation, and when he in person confirmed candidates for Church membership, why did he not marry and baptize directly, instead of ordaining a "Diener" especially for those two offices?
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According to that membership, they became veiled from that brilliant Beauty.
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Nor is it enough that we strive to perfect the individual membership of the Church and preserve the social heritage out of the past-we assume to become the teachers of the world.
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Why is it that one class is crowded each week, while another adjourns for lack of membership?
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Before the end of the second year, though he had preached never a word, forty young men made application for membership in his church.
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This was the first working meeting of the club, and as the girls had thought it better to make six the membership, Katharine French and Alice Stevens had been invited to join.
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We may read the requirements of our membership and learn from them that in our accomplishments we are not to be measured as skilled artisans, but the fact remains that, to a great extent, society at large does so rate us, and it would seem that we must ourselves be responsible for this state of affairs.
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The Society itself has adopted very broad lines in admission to membership, classing as civil engineers all who are properly such; and there is good reason for the serious consideration of the term at this time, as we cannot fail to recognize a tendency in State and other governments to legislate as to the right to practice engineering.
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Examples of Membership

Example #1
Membership in the Augustan Reprint Society entitles the subscriber to six publications issued each year.
Example #2
Address subscriptions and communications to the Augustan Reprint Society, in care of one of the General Editors.
Example #3
At present we offer a minimum of six issues annually.
Example #4
It has seemed desirable that for the Second Year we should continue the present series (on Wit, on Poetry and Language, and on the Stage).
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Membership rates remain fixed at $2.50 per year in the United States and Canada, and $2.75 in Great Britain and the continent.
Example #6
With this issue we conclude our publications for the First Year.