The Daily Beast has added the attribution in both cases and regrets the error.
That precludes paying much mind to attribution or compensation.
The Daily Beast has added the attribution and regrets the error.
Trustees must have known they would elicit such condemnation, but as one told me, not for attribution, “the board had no choice.”
Other assertions in Pocket Facts lack any attribution, which avoids mangling sources.
The attribution of such action to Him is so bold that no danger of misunderstanding it is possible.
This portion of the figure he enriches by the attribution of whiteness, or unity and radiance.
I do not know whether the attribution of the stone to Antony Paynes parents was more than a likely guess.
It admits of but one attribution, and that embracing an identical proposition.
One fact in this attribution is remarkable—the veneration paid to Hesiod.
late 15c., "action of bestowing or assigning," from Middle French attribution (14c.), from Latin attributionem (nominative attributio) "an assignment, attribution," noun of action from past participle stem of attribuere (see attribute). Meaning "thing attributed" is recorded from 1580s.