Blanchard attributes the incarceration rate to a law-and-order mentality that criminalizing something prevents it from happening.
Weigel attributes the difficulties not so much to Ratzinger as to the Roman Curia and administration.
Mr. Wright attributes this film-noir fantasy to Garry Scarff, who was never a Scientologist.
Benioff: Melisandre is a tricky role, and very few actresses have all the attributes required.
But given the attributes of the IR specialist, a profile similar to surgeons would not surprise.
He was worshiping not the animal-headed idols, but the attributes which they personified.
I gave it, in my intoxicated fancy, the attributes of a living being.
It possesses the attributes of Infinity, is indestructible, immortal, undying.
What will be the group of attributes which will attract similar objects?
Wittichius, in his Methodus Simplicium, attributes to it the power of dispelling epidemic fevers and madness!
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.