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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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It seemed to me a little ungracious to decline an invitation of that sort, and I ascribed his refusal to lack of money.
It was to both their interests, but they ascribed it to a common love for their Redeemer.
To the cooks and boats'-crews of every vessel that had dropped anchor off Berande in the past several years were ascribed the arrival of scores of the stolen articles and of the major portion of the ammunition.
In justice to young Halpin it should be said that while in him were pretty faithfully reproduced most of the mental and moral characteristics ascribed by history and family tradition to the famous Colonial bard, his succession to the gift and faculty divine was purely inferential.
If the observer had then specially directed his attention to one of the more humble and less brilliant of these stellar bodies, a star of the fourth class, that which is arrogantly called the Sun, all the phenomena to which the formation of the Universe is to be ascribed would have been successively fulfilled before his eyes.
Summary: In religious decree carried by Saudi websites, clerics rule series blasphemous because superheroes of its title are based on 99 attributes ascribed to Allah in Koran.
Baghdad (NINA) - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki instructed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to summon the diplomat at Iraqi Embassy in Riyadh, Ma'ad al-Ubaidi, to question him on what has been ascribed to him of sectarian statement, and discipline him if that is proven to be true.
They ascribed the increase mostly to brisk demands for the company's 28nm process foundry.
AaAaAa The decrease is notably ascribed to the drop in wheat imports which stood at 192.
Indeed, throughout human history, people ascribed to wind godlike power and great malevolence.
Pointing out in a column last month that Roberts told the Senate judiciary committee that "the position a lawyer presents on behalf of a client should not be ascribed to that lawyer," Kinsley observes: "If the average potential juror knew that lawyers actually take pride in not believing what they say, it could wreck the whole [legal] system.
For email however, the greatest potential for injustice occurs when the source of abuse is being ascribed.
Baobab and tamarind, spirit trees of the West African savannah, were introduced to the Caribbean, and enslaved Africans soon ascribed spiritual status to Caribbean trees such as West Indian locust and West Indian cedar.
These are all attributes ascribed to biblically based standards of feminine beauty both in appearance and in conduct.
The researchers concluded that: "an income intervention that moved families out of poverty for reasons that cannot be ascribed to family characteristics had a major effect on some types of children's psychiatric disorders, but not on others.