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The yearbook is made with love by Lisa, with contributions by Mary and Sal.

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The yearbook is made with love by Lisa, with contributions from Mary and Sal.

  • Technically, both the prepositions are fine. In the context, though, from works much better. – Kris Apr 24 at 5:35
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    The phrase "contributions [from/by] Mary and Sal" can be understood to mean "contributions received from Mary and Sal" or to mean "contributions written by Mary and Sal." As a result, both "from" and "by" are defensible. – Sven Yargs Apr 24 at 7:34

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