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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of attribute.

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Examples

  • Christopher Miller, Sr., who preferred to be called Rusty—a nickname attributed to the fiery red hair of his youth—was a traditionalist, a man who believed in the right to bear arms and to know how to use those weapons.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Christopher Miller, Sr., who preferred to be called Rusty—a nickname attributed to the fiery red hair of his youth—was a traditionalist, a man who believed in the right to bear arms and to know how to use those weapons.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Christopher Miller, Sr., who preferred to be called Rusty—a nickname attributed to the fiery red hair of his youth—was a traditionalist, a man who believed in the right to bear arms and to know how to use those weapons.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • The term 'Fourth Estate' is used to refer to the press, a term attributed to Edmund Burke, an

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • And Darwin attributed what we observe to death not descent.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • GE Chief Financial Officer Keith Sherin attributed the decline to a steep drop in sales of wind power gear.

    GE Revenue Takes a Hit; Energy Drops

  • He has several times been described as being borderline wacko — "psychologically damaged," to use the phrase attributed to a former ally.

    The Election of Gordon W. Bush

  • He has several times been described as being borderline wacko — "psychologically damaged," to use the phrase attributed to a former ally.

    The Election of Gordon W. Bush

  • Lt.Gen. Lloyd Austin attributed the decline mainly to efforts by Iraqi forces to choke off radical elements of Shiite militias in the southern cities of Basra and Amarah.

    Iraq: Bombs kill 14

  • He has several times been described as being borderline wacko — "psychologically damaged," to use the phrase attributed to a former ally.

    The Election of Gordon W. Bush

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