All of the characteristics the researchers ascribe to
sexual abusers ("Men of Prey," SN: 7/27/02, p.
Bush refused to criticize Ward, saying, "I don't necessarily ascribe to
the same biblical interpretation as others, but I do believe we need to have tolerance on both sides.
3:6, Paul claims that he was "blameless as to the law." To ascribe to
Paul the belief that God gave Israel a law the people were incapable of living up to is to ascribe a very perverse view of God to the apostle.
This leads the author to privilege organizations and tendencies which approximate these ideals (such as those informing the origins and ideology of the Frente Negra Brasileira); it also leads her to ascribe to
this fictional community a history, a political philosophy, and common experience.
Liberals never acknowledge their own hatred of Western traditions; they merely ascribe their hostility to their "idealism," a motive their self-congratulation won't allow them to ascribe to
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.
He as much as admits this when he draws a parallel between our thoughts and those of our peers; we ascribe to
our peers thoughts of the sort we ascribe to