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reattribute

(ˌriːəˈtrɪbjuːt)
vb
(tr) to attribute (esp a work of art) to another source
reattribution n
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Verb1.reattribute - attribute to another source
ascribe, attribute, impute, assign - attribute or credit to; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
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After market close on March 8, 2018, LIC's board of directors approved the previously announced reattribution of certain assets and liabilities from LIC's Liberty Ventures Group to its QVC Group, which was effective immediately.
In connection with the proposed transactions, the contemplated reattribution of certain assets and liabilities from the Liberty Ventures Group to the QVC Group will occur following the completion of the auto conversion but prior to the commencement of trading on the day on which the acquisition of a controlling stake in GCI Liberty is completed.
Liberty Ventures' reattribution to Liberty will include $750 million of 1.
The evidence as a whole seemed to warrant the reattribution of the famous poem to Livingston.
2016) may represent an additional contribution to the outdoor air pollution health burden, as opposed to a reattribution of [PM.
Les regles de reattribution des medailles seront egalement discuteesmercredi par la Commission executive.
beaucoup moins que] La lutte contre le commerce informel se poursuivra avec fermete [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il affirme, rappelant que l'eradication du commerce parallele et la reattribution de l'espace public aux citoyens constituent l'une des priorites des autorites pour rehabiliter l'image de la ville d'Annaba.
The most frequently used comprise training in thought stopping, systematic desensitization, mindfulness, and reattribution.
The continuous association between physiological activation and comfort-searching through food intake, observed in some dysphoric states, could result in a cognitive reattribution of those signs of activation into perceived hunger signs, leading to a cognitive overlap between the physiologic hunger sensation and the state of emotional dysphoria.
Unlike under the consolidated return rules, the character of the loss will not be reclassified under the reattribution rules.
While the reattribution began with a connoisseurial judgment, the case is supported further by research on painting in Seville and the first years of Velazquez's career, by the study of provenance, and by technical examination in the conservation laboratory.
Meme si la police etait maintenant au nom de monsieur Langlois, qui, lui, n'avait pas d'interet assurable, la reattribution n'est pas pertinente pour determiner la validite du contrat.