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- adjective (usually followed by `to') given credit for
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Mr. Wilharm is one of at least several dozen people who have posted an online video of a "plasectomy," a term credited to Dave Ramsey, a radio talk-show host with Fox Business News.
Most special-effects experts say "Benjamin Button" successfully crossed the uncanny valley, a term credited to roboticist Masahiro Mori, whose landmark article on the subject was translated into English in 1970.
How the votes are credited is a huge concern for minor political parties in New York since turnout determines if they receive a spot on the next election's ballot.
The house specializes in very old premium cognacs blended solely from grapes grown and distilled in the immediately surrounding vineyards of Grande Champagne — one of the six growing areas for cognac and the appellation credited with producing the subtlest of slow-aging cognacs.
The slight drama The Carey Treatment (1972), adapted from Michael Crichton's novel, was again credited to James P Bonner.
Tat Wood is the main credited author (Lawrence Miles being absent this time, but with "additional material" by Lars Pearson and a defence of The Two Doctors by Robert Shearman).
The 11th, 12th, and 13th holes are collectively known as "Amen Corner," a moniker credited to golf writer Herbert Warren Wind.
Giants head coach Tom Coughlin credited his defensive line's performance.
Billy Martin, drummer for Medeski Martin & Wood, has released Groove, Bang and Jive Around on his Amulet label credited to “illy B,” perhaps inspired by the pig Latin habits of MP3 traders.
They may have been copied, directly or indirectly, from that great Angevin King of England whose title credited him with the heart of a lion.