Mark Bittman, an even bigger name at the Times, also credits collaborators deep inside his books.
The singer also credits Jacobs for teaching her everything she knows about fashion.
He credits his Jewish heritage for his activism and moral outrage.
The question occurred to me Sunday night as the credits rolled on the third episode of the final half-season.
The young actor has also gained marks for his dapper red-carpet style, which he credits to fashion designer Tom Ford.
He credits this to the Semitic element in the population, as in Sumerian towns there is no trace of town-planning.
There were the advances, here the sales, there the charges, here the credits.
One was a request that credits be given for daily reading of the Bible, and the change was made.
"Table 111 takes us for a hundred fifty credits," came the croupier's cry.
He took out the policy at the age of thirty-four, with monthly payments of fifty credits.
1520s, from Middle French crédit (15c.) "belief, trust," from Italian credito, from Latin creditum "a loan, thing entrusted to another," from past participle of credere "to trust, entrust, believe" (see credo). The commercial sense was the original one in English (creditor is mid-15c.). Meaning "honor, acknowledgment of merit," is from c.1600. Academic sense of "point for completing a course of study" is 1904. Movie/broadcasting sense is 1914. Credit rating is from 1958; credit union is 1881, American English.
1540s, from credit (n.). Related: Credited; crediting.