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uh skrahyb

  • v  attribute or credit to

  • The narrative really tries to be compassionate toward them both and ascribe no blame to either.
  • The Serbs are of the Eastern Orthodox church (and ascribe a particular religious significance to Kosovo), while the Kosovar Albanians are Muslim.
  • Pollsters ascribe Sarkozy's descent to the defection of older and traditional conservative voters resentful of his high-profile love life and unabashed materialism, and to .
News & Articles

  • Google Is Taking A Stand Against Child Porn
    There are conflicting accounts about the origins of Google's de facto motto. Some say that Paul Buchheit, creator of Gmail, came up with it at a meeting about "corporate values" in 2000. Others ascribe the phrase to Amit Patel, a Google engineer, a year earlier.
    June 17, 2013 - Business Insider
  • Google Is Taking A Stand Against Child Porn
    There are conflicting accounts about the origins of Google's de facto motto. Some say that Paul Buchheit, creator of Gmail, came up with it at a meeting about "corporate values" in 2000. Others ascribe the phrase to Amit Patel, a Google engineer, a year earlier.
    June 17, 2013 - Business Insider
Quotes

  • Rosanne Cash in The Quietus
    Rosanne Cash responded on her website: "It is appalling that people still want to invoke my father's name, five years after his death, to ascribe beliefs, ideals, values and loyalties to him that cannot possibly be determined......"
  • John McCain in Economic Times
    That's why I'm so disappointed by repeated statements by Chinese officials that ascribe to the Dalai Lama views and actions divorced from what he actually represents. Such rhetoric doesn't serve a cause of peaceful change and reconciliation,...

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