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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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While a detailed discussion of these issues is beyond the scope of this article, consider the following circumstances: If a parent sells a subsidiary member's stock at a loss and the member deconsolidates, the consolidated returns rules may allow the parent to reattribute some of the member's tax attributes.
Historically, this legacy damaged more and benefited less to the enforcers, even then, all notable regimes during the time of Greco-Roman world, Christendom, Ottoman empire, neo-imperial age and unipolar world of 21st century adopted this legacy and faced reattribute of their wrong choice in the same coins and kinds.
Ateker languages talk of atachakin--'to pay back', 'to reattribute' and 'to balance accounts', both in regard to favours owed to someone and to the reciprocation of harm.
To examine the impact of profit shifting on the measurement of official statistics, the researchers employ Bureau of Economic Analysis data on MNEs from 1982-2014 to reattribute earnings on USDIA.
The first, up until the formation of the Nitti Cabinet, but not for this less harmful, latent Nationalistic tendency; the second, characterized by the new criteria that enlivened the European and national vision of Nitti; the third, resting upon latent National Socialism with the return of the Giolitti government, of compromise and unstable equilibrium in the tendency to reattribute vast legislative powers to the central authorities, without adequate consideration of the local needs (Alatri, 1961, p.
Furthermore, making entrepreneurs reattribute their emotions originally related to the opportunity, e.g., fear of failure (Shepherd, 2003), or to other objects, e.g., an irritating experience right before making the judgments, should reduce the influence of emotions on exploitation judgments (Schwarz & Clore, 1983).
By reminding them of this, the client will be better able to understand why they may have come to believe the blaming, and thus be better able to reattribute the blame appropriately to the offender.
"Basically by inducing people to reattribute their 'arousal' from a threatening source to a neutral or less threatening one, they can be helped to function more effectively in settings which induce their anxiety." (20) Whether or not a singer chooses to treat her performance anxiety with these therapies, there are a number of Performance Anxiety Reduction techniques that she can utilize on her own to minimize the negative effects of performance anxiety.
That is clearly the essence of law--to divide up, distribute, or reattribute everything that counts as jouissance.
The client is exposed to somatic panic symptoms in order to learn to reattribute the misinterpretations.
[section] 1.1502-20(g) election to reattribute NOLs to the seller to the extent of losses disallowed by LDR (if actually previously made timely), unless the taxpayer elects to use Temp.
"It is a universal fate of those from whom the power to author their own fate has been retracted," Scarry cautions, "that later populations reattribute to them the power of authorship and speak of them as 'permitting' it" (157).