Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of the nature of an attributive: as, attributal or descriptive names.

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  • In 2003, the Lancet reported over 100,000 excess deaths in Iraq were attributal to the U.S. invasion.

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  • In 2003, the Lancet reported over 100,000 excess deaths in Iraq were attributal to the U.S. invasion.

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  • They conclude that their findings are in line with previous cross-sectional studies confirming obese kids are "at risk for social consequences attributal to their appearance."

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  • I would put in a proposition that the mess bill debtors and outstanding function bills from the previous unit be placed as a single debtor - attributal to the previous Mess President.

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  • I would put in a proposition that the mess bill debtors and outstanding function bills from the previous unit be placed as a single debtor - attributal to the previous Mess President.

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  • The numbers I quote are factual published statistics by cancer research UK, but I state them as part of and in respect of MANY different illnesses which are attributal to the MAIN point of my comments and this actual subjet name which is emmissions and pollution.

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  • Now there are many reasons for cancer, smoking being one, and the sun and obesity being direct causes of new huge growth areas, but the reality is the massive growing number attributal to emissions/pollution.

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  • Way fi nding data needs attributal sources: Who says this is the right route?

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