attrib.

attrib.

abbreviation for
1. attribute
2. attributive
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1472, attrib. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), terracotta, ht 49cm.
As in Eley Williams' 2017 Attrib., Johnson turns an obsession with words into a symptom of the longing to connect, to feel at home.
The PS10,000 fiction prize went to Eley Williams for Attrib. And Other Stories.
Syntactic distribution of terrific per sense and subperiod in Late Modern BrE (CLMET3.0) Terrific 'frightful' Terrific 'excessive' CLMET3.0 Attrib. Predic.
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Also attrib. cinematography postsynchron [Engl.: post-synchronizing] the process involving adding (a sound recording) to film or video footage after shooting and so as to synchronize with its images.
Mean Root mean attributes coefficient absolute squared error error E all attrib. 0.82 4.11 6.56 10 0.81 3.86 6.65 9 0.76 4.19 7.41 8 0.74 4.24 7.63 7 0.74 4.29 7.67 6 0.74 4.30 7.67 5 0.72 4.36 7.95 4 0.71 4.37 7.97 G all attrib.
1625; private collection); Johann Liss's Apollo and Marsyas (1627; Venice, Galleria dell'Accademia); Paolo Veronese's (attrib.) Flaying of Marsyas (c.
Also attrib. especially in baton charge, a charge made by police constables with drawn truncheons; also baton round, a rubber or plastic bullet (as fired from a baton gun).
Distribution of Output, Weighted Pages per Capita 2000-2006 Various Weighting Schemes Equal Gibson KMS MSF Share of Total Output/Excluding Phillips Attrib. To Top 10% 41.5 48.1 63.3 47.5 Attrib to Top 25% 67.9 76.6 88.6 75.3 Attrib.
Donglin shiba gaoxian zhuan, attrib., Huiyuan [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (334-416), in Xu Zangjing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], no.
H[ans] E[worth], attrib. Elizabeth I and the Three Goddesses (1569).