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Synonyms for attribute

Synonyms for attribute

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

an object associated with and serving to identify something else

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(97) Once a possibility in which the proposition is false has been brought to the attention of the attributor, then, so long as that context persists, an attribution of knowledge that the subject knows the proposition will be false.
Tarski's metalanguage is not in fact another language but simply the attributor's speech.
Still others explore the relationship between the attributors' beliefs concerning characteristics of God and the contents of their attributions.
While Attributor says its approach has worked in certain controlled circumstances, its efforts do not appear to be making a significant dent in the aggregate amount of unauthorized content flooding the Web.
Our discovery that Chalmers was an unreliable attributor does not, however, mean that he had no impact on his contemporaries and immediate
This so-called "attributor code" allows one to count separate people, as well as service events per person.
(3) The process most often involves the duct system by continuous or discontinuous spread (with skipped areas of uninvolved duct) along the duct and its attributor branches and acini.
Services such as Attributor.com have created computer programs to help publishers track how their content is being used.
There will be no silver bullets: neither Brill and his cohorts, nor Attributor (fleetingly mentioned in the agenda) nor Kindles nor any other one thing will "save" the newspaper business.
an attributor begins by taking the target's "perspective." That is, he pretends to be in certain states the target is in, as suggested by his previous information about the target....
This may help to explain why coaches and athletes have reported site familiarity to be the greatest attributor to the home advantage (Bray & Widmeyer, 2000; Gayton et al., 2001).
I only hope that the survivors take analyses like yours to heart and begin embracing much more radical solutions, including unpopular new ideas like partnering with ISPs to make our content a valuable (and exclusive) feature for their subscribers, using new technologies like attributor.com to track and protect our content from parasitical aggregators such as The Huffington Post, which often reprint, rather than merely link to, newspaper articles, and perhaps to even consider charging for some of our more popular features.
Another company, Attributor, Redwood City, Calif., was founded in 2005, and went live in November 2007.
Created and supported by a company called Attributor, this innovative Web wide content-monitoring system will be instrumental in combating infringements.