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ascribe to

To attribute something to a person or source. A noun can be used between "ascribe" and "to." Unless you want the teacher to think you're plagiarizing, be sure to ascribe all of your quotes to the proper sources. Can you believe this ludicrous statement that's been ascribed to the CEO?

ascribe something to someone or something

to attribute something to someone or something; to assert that something has been caused by someone or something. Please do not ascribe that attitude to my friends. We ascribed the offensive action to Jill and only Jill.
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Bruce Pon, CEO of BigchainDB, part of Ascribe, said, 'The world wants prototypes and use cases for blockchain technologies.
Ascribe is a software and IT firm that focuses on hospital pharmacy, accident and emergency (A&E), mental health and patient administration systems (PAS) and electronic patient records (EPR).
The Ascribe Web enabled pharmacy system is designed by healthcareclinicians to ensure higher patient safety standards.
And because they may still have such concepts, we might indeed be prepared to ascribe thoughts containing such concepts in the absence of evidence for their versatile deployment.
Ascribe offre un moyen de revendiquer la propriete d'une oeuvre, mais ne peut empecher que le fichier soit telecharge ou copie.
13 September 2013 a[euro]" UK healthcare software provider Emis Group Plc (LON:EMIS) said on Friday it had signed a conditional deal to buy peer Ascribe Group Ltd from ECI Partners and some other shareholders for about GBP57.
13 September 2013 - UK healthcare software provider Emis Group Plc (LON:EMIS) said on Friday it had signed a conditional deal to buy peer Ascribe Group Ltd from ECI Partners and some other shareholders for about GBP57.
Holy Scripture Speaks, which, in publishing symposium papers delivered at Victoria University in 1999, seeks to awaken scholarly interest in Erasmus' long-neglected Paraphrases, also establishes them as a site for proving the point I ascribe to Toulmin while reassessing Erasmus' "textual universe" in its full social, cultural, and material reality.
Yet curators have been careful not to ascribe their interest merely to the work's startling formal similarities to modernist abstraction--even while her quilts have been compared by various critics to Bauhaus textile designs and the paintings of Alfred Jensen, Agnes Martin, and Hans Hofmann.
One famous and controversial example is the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart, which Blumberg asserts has repeatedly been misinterpreted to ascribe amazing power to genes in people's lives.
4 billion in a suit involving "transfer pricing," in which multinational firms ascribe revenue from intangible products like patents and development rights to subsidiaries in low-tax countries, and allocate expenses to high-tax countries, as a way of minimizing taxes.
In fact, because the Tasso-Ariosto polemic that erupted in the 1580s occurs largely in treatises written in dialogue form, it is difficult to pinpoint and ascribe fixed opinions to many of the participants in the searing debate over whose epic better exemplified great literature.
The authors ascribe the change more to the liberal views of FDR's advisers, such as his wife, Eleanor, and Interior Secretary Harold Ickes, than to the economic policies they designed and carried out.
Now the debate, like the country, has become partitioned into those who would ascribe to "art" an essentialism that they would deny to "Irishness" and those who refuse to ascribe essentialism to either.
Capgemini, one of the worlds foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced an alliance with ascribe GmbH to develop a blockchain database solution built on BigchainDB 1 , for a rewards and loyalty system for consumer banking that tracks processed transactions in real-time.