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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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Ascribing a definite historical sense to the linguistic or economic consciousness of Renaissance writers is a tricky business, but Cave approaches this problem with consummate caution, modesty, and tact.
VAS long ago as 1975, the British Medical Journal said there's no excuse for ascribing fever, fits, diarrhoea, bronchitis or rashes to teething.
79 that Ezekiel left "two books" implies a tradition ascribing to the prophet an apocryphal as well as the canonical book.
More to the point, ascribing one thought does not commit us to any views about other thoughts the organism might be able to have.
In the case of Zantac, the company had been ascribing much of its revenues to the United Kingdom, where the product was developed, even while much of the sales and expenses were generated in the U.
Attributing it to Maimonides is every bit as controversial as ascribing to Thomas Jefferson a belief in the existence of certain inalienable rights.
Indeed, a relevant passage in Vasari's autobiography testifies to the degree of symbolic sophistication he intended in the composition of the Immaculate Conception, ascribing meaning to poses that might otherwise be dismissed as simply stock formulae.