Most—though far for all—accidents are not attributable to the airport in question.
M.H.M. Vlak, et al. “Trigger Factors and Their attributable Risk for Rupture of Intracranial Aneurysms.”
This and other excellent results are attributable to several changes in the political structure of policing.
And this appears to be attributable, at least in part, to the fact that Mortenson had secrets he wanted to protect.
Part of that is attributable to differences in life choices and family circumstances, but not all.
One kind of gag is attributable to failure of memory or deficiency of study on the part of the player.
The reason to which these blessings are attributable, is consideration for the elect.
His success perhaps is attributable to a single event that stemmed from youthful brashness and vigorous outspokenness.
Is it true that her illness is attributable to nursing those people?
This is attributable to the Canadian traders, who established this post to secure their trade.
late 14c., "assign, bestow," from Latin attributus, past participle of attribuere "assign to, add, bestow;" figuratively "to attribute, ascribe, impute," from ad- "to" + tribuere "assign, give, bestow" (see tribute). Related: Attributed; attributing.
"quality ascribed to someone," late 14c., from Latin attributum "anything attributed," noun use of neuter of attributus (see attribute (v.)). Distinguished from the verb by pronunciation.