to attribute, to attribute, to attribute, to credit means to put something on the account of a person or thing. Ascribe suggests a derivation or conjecture of cause, quality, authorship. false paintings, formerly attributed to the attribute of the master, indicate less provisional character than attribution, less certainty than assignment. Attributed to Rembrandt, but possibly carried out by an associated assignee, the award implies with certainty or consideration. Bones attributed to the Cretaceous period suggest attributing something that discredits prosecution or guilt. Attempting to impute sinister motives to my actions, credit involves attributing something, or in particular, an action to a person or thing other than their agent, source, or explanation. The marginal characters – guides, pilots – sometimes appear out of nowhere, the reader having to insinuate the reader who is “Vanya”. If so, shouldn`t they accuse him of their suffering, in whose arms they fly for comfort? In an influential paper published earlier this year, researchers Timnit Gebru and others wrote that people tend to “assume meaning where there isn`t.” No, and even with the green-eyed monster, jealousy had not hesitated to imply their unscrupulous impertinence. These surveys are always included in our means and models with an assumed sample size until we get the actual sample size. I attribute these irregularities and many others exclusively to the Naib; and I think it is my duty to recommend its immediate withdrawal.
Therefore, pray only to show at these difficult times my more practical gratitude for Carl. As a former rock critic, Ms. Maslin should know better than implying bad intentions here. Vanderbank suddenly felt almost guilty – as if his answer could only imply extravagance for the lady. Middle English, from Anglo-French impute, from Latin imputare, from in- + putare people will assume responsibility for the actions of the family member. Insinuation is a somewhat formal word used to indicate that someone or something has done or been guilty. It is similar in sense to words such as attribute and attribute, although it suggests more than one association with something that brings discredit. When we impute something, we usually impute it to someone or something.
You may also come across the related name that appears in contexts such as “I deny all your blame.” Another meaning of attribution means “to be calculated in value or costs (as for taxation)”, as in “assume an advantage of the use of the car”. We then assumed wealth and income between the SCF years and used these numbers to calculate taxes and wealth growth for the typical family in our cohort. Theme music by Joshua Stamper Â2006NewJerusalemMusic©/ASCAP. . . .