Definitions

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  • adjective To change the attribution of; to give credit to someone else for a deed.

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  • verb attribute to another source

Etymologies

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re- +‎ attribute

Examples

  • Conversely the therapist can reattribute failures so that the patient does not view them as presumed defects in character, p.

    Planned Short-Term Treatment

  • Caravaggio studies, Note sulla Galleria Borghese (Notes on the Borghese Gallery), and then only a few years later, in 1913, with a short article entitled "Due opere di Caravaggio" ( "Two works by Caravaggio"), the youthful Roberto Longhi (1890-1970) set out upon a lifetime of engagement with the master (ironically, Longhi was later to reattribute both the paintings in question to Giovanni Antonio Galli, lo Spadarino).

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  • Caravaggio studies, Note sulla Galleria Borghese (Notes on the Borghese Gallery), and then only a few years later, in 1913, with a short article entitled "Due opere di Caravaggio" ( "Two works by Caravaggio"), the youthful Roberto Longhi (1890-1970) set out upon a lifetime of engagement with the master (ironically, Longhi was later to reattribute both the paintings in question to Giovanni Antonio Galli, lo Spadarino).

    The Art Newspaper - RSS

  • It appears that the Obama creative accountants are using the reattribute / redesignate categories (esp with HDUSAHFD) to move money around ..

    Atlas Shrugs

  • It appears that the Obama creative accountants are using the reattribute / redesignate categories (esp with HDUSAHFD) to move money around ..

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  • To reattribute the damage to three years of American occupation doesn’t qualify as rational.

    A Liberal Looks Beyond Cut-and-Run

  • To reattribute the damage to three years of American occupation doesn’t qualify as rational.

    Stromata Blog:

  • "failed to refund or reattribute the full excessive portion in all situations."

    The Times of India

  • Although the Commission may take further legal action, prompt action by you to refund, redesignate, and/or reattribute of the excessive amount will be taken into consideration. "

    Dump Michele Bachmann

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