from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state of being joined, bound or annexed
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as ascription.
- n. Attachment to the soil, or as a feudal inferior to a superior or overlord.
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Moreover, the historical adscription and real adscription of territory are also different conceptions.
In accordance with international law and practice, real adscription of territory means a country governs a region sustainedly and effectively.
This couplet sufficiently explains the ground of his adscription to the society of gods distinguished for their beauty.
The conflict among peers, the breaking of the family´s cultural traditions, the problems derived from the adscription to different religious creeds, the changes in the models of sexual and gender identities, the integration in society or the rejection, all these are some of the issues present film-makers are giving us an insight of.