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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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Ascribe Capital makes investments in securities of companies that are distressed or undergoing operational, financial, or other stress and securities trading at a discount to intrinsic value.
Scheming Susan Rennie, 51, who has been jailed for 41/2 years, was said to have had "an addiction to taking money" after stealing PS587,471.24 from health IT provider Ascribe.
16 September 2013 a[euro]" UK healthcare software provider Emis Group Plc (LON:EMIS) said on Monday it had concluded its takeover of peer Ascribe Group Ltd from ECI Partners and some other shareholders.
Metallurgical test work of the domains will be undertaken to ascribe product types and grades per domain.
Ascribe plc (AIM:ASP), a provider of software solutions for healthcare providers, has announced that it has installed its Web Pharmacy solution at the Royal Bolton Hospital, part of the Bolton Hospitals NHS Trust.
Ascribe extends integrated Pharmacy and Robotic IT systems to RoyalBolton Hospital
A new web-based IT solution has been implemented by Ascribe (AIM:ASP), a health IT Group, at the Pharmacy Department of Tameside General Hospital in the UK.
This is certainly true, but in order to ascribe proper meanings to the attitudes or habits of those in a "strange" culture, the researcher must externalize and evaluate her own attitudes and habits.
How long would the "invisible hand" stay invisible once you ascribe feelings, emotion and a conscience to it?
Please do not ascribe responsibility to my colleagues, who read this letter in manuscript form, or to EHI's editorial office.
A homiletician once said that we must always ascribe the action verbs to God.
'But I would ascribe a lowish probability, say 10 per cent, to this having a significant knock-on effect on consumer spending.'
On the long-running BBC radio program "My Word" one of the protagonists (I think it was Frank Muir) was asked who said "Laissez l'herbe." Without hesitation he replied "Monsieur le parkkeeper de Hyde Park." In a similar vein, one might ascribe "You are what you eat" to Monsieur Mangetout.
Nurses commonly ascribe nappy rash, feeding problems, loose stools, cold symptoms and smelly urine to teething.