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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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Lawrence First, Chief Investment Officer of the newly renamed Ascribe Capital said, "Now well into investing our third fund, we believe that we have created a distinct identity that differentiates us.
Through the acquisition, Ascribe gains a set of communication and data translation tools that will help boost patient care by improving the translation and messaging of electronic clinical and administrative data across primary and secondary care settings.
Ascribe plc (AIM:ASP), the innovative health IT Group,today announced that it has successfully installed its Web Pharmacysolution at the Royal Bolton Hospital, part of the Bolton Hospitals NHSTrust and that the site is completely operational.
Ascribe said the web-based solution, which is based upon Microsoft's SQL server, enables hospitals to move forward with prescription technology.
This means identifying norms and values that underlie participants' actions in a particular setting and reaching understanding of the meanings they ascribe to their actions, rather than imposing external meanings.
But I would ascribe a lowish probability, say 10 per cent, to this having a significant knock-on effect on consumer spending.
Moreover, too often the author will state conclusions and will ascribe attitudes, thoughts, and decisions to historical actors without adequate (or, at times, any) documentation.
Not only do we ascribe authority to the written word of the Bible, we follow the Gospel of John in calling Jesus "Word".
That means that all of us, whether we ascribe to a particular faith or not, have to stand up against the extremists who would promote public prayer in public schools, who would impose their religious views on the private lives of others, who would tear down the wall separating church and state.
Liberals never acknowledge their own hatred of Western traditions; they merely ascribe their hostility to their "idealism," a motive their self-congratulation won't allow them to ascribe to conservatives.
There will be a requirement to interface any proposed equipment with the current Pharmacy System Ascribe V10.
NEW YORK, March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Associated Press, the world's oldest and largest news organization, has entered into an agreement with AScribe of Oakland, California to include its content in the AP ALERT industry-specific news services that are marketed to corporations and government agencies.
In an account that aims to ascribe a rational lineage to each part of the process, aesthetics is subsumed and rarely mentioned.
4 billion in a suit involving "transfer pricing," in which multinational firms ascribe revenue from intangible products like patents and development rights to subsidiaries in low-tax countries, and allocate expenses to high-tax countries, as a way of minimizing taxes.
Contractor address : Ascribe House, Brancker Street, Westhoughton