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to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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I think that the main problem with this suggestion is the assumption that we can impute moral responsibility to the group, prior to and independently of imputing moral responsibility to individual members.
Our analysis of PACE3 data using MI to impute APE values < LOD showed that urinary APE concentration was significantly associated with potential pesticide poisoning symptoms.
Most of the techniques use information from the completed cases to impute a model-based estimate to the cases with missing data.
Courts often erroneously impute income when manipulation of income is possible, but has not been demonstrated.
As of March 2006, BLS changed the procedures used to impute missing values.
If your life insurance discriminates in favor of highly compensated employees according to Section 79 (for example, you offer three times salary as a benefit for your highly compensated employees and one times earnings for all other employees), you must impute income for the full value of the life insurance benefit for your highly compensated employees.
Description: Find similar records in the database and using them to impute the missing values.
If Zayas is unable fully to transform the Oedipal paradigm through narrative plotting, she can impute the validity of the "master plot" through repetition and movement within the frame.
1999), pointed out that the law does not hesitate to impute income to an underemployed spouse for the purpose of support issues, and that persons with a duty of support to another are not expected nor will they be permitted to underutilize their talents and capabilities ("human capital") at the expense of the other.
In step one, multi-pattern (different permutation patterns of missing SF-12 items) regressions were performed to impute SF-12 PCS and MCS scores (Little and Rubin 1987; Goldstein 1996; StataCorp 1999).
Two possible methods of doing so are to impute a measure of the highest grade completed, using responses to the new question, and to recode responses to both questions, to provide comparable aggregate categories.
More importantly, what significance did teachers impute to their activity, and how shall we, today, understand it?
Such concentration maps will allow researchers to impute outdoor air pollution levels at any residential location, independent of the location of monitors.
7872, which requires the parties to impute interest income and expense on below-market-rate loans and treat the imputed interest as a gift.
The Federal Reserve Banks impute this income when setting fees and measuring actual priced-service cost recovery each year.