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Noun(1) assigning some quality or character to a person or thing(2) assigning to a cause or source
(1) Less often are we aware of the privileges accorded us by affiliation and ascription ; I did get a job interview, a grant, a publication offer because of my academic pedigree, my identity, or both.(2) questions of authorial ascription(3) The eleven poems not definitely known to be by writers other than Shakespeare are included in the Oxford edition, with a statement that the ascription is very doubtful.(4) For Philips's ensemble works, the ascription is usually abbreviated to ├ö├ç├┐P.P.├ö├ç├û(5) her ascription of the text to Boccaccio(6) Knowledge of the law is hardly an appropriate test on which to base ascription of responsibility to the mentally disordered.(7) Too much emphasis on feeling or ascription of meaning could only obscure what was truly musical about music, its articulation of style, form, and structure.(8) an ascription of effect to cause(9) Given this discrepancy, solution may be elusive, and ascription of the patterns to a pervasive pathology whose outbreaks are unpredictable makes sense.(10) In their mind, the more religious, the more simple-minded - an ascription to which they adhere equally when thinking of their own Orthodox Jewish brethren.(11) The third is the emergence of new attitudes, usually described as postmodernist, which challenge the Church's traditional ascription of authority to the Bible.(12) While I have tried to identify as many poems as I can, many have remained true to their seventeenth-century nature and are still devoid of ascription .(13) The authors of the Homilies are hard in some cases to specify, and there is wide discrepancy in ascription .(14) Her ascription to Smithian discourse as the source for this ethic of reading and writing is problematic in that Smith's own writings undercut the sentimental version of narrative identification.(15) But while I have tried to put poets to as many poems as I can, most verses have remained true to their seventeenth-century nature and elude ascription .(16) Just as we do with other humans, introspective experience allows ascription of similar mentality to other species.
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