"Don't attribute good intentions to someone whose agenda is far more … complex," he advised.
Landolt was disposed to attribute these losses in weight to the containing vessel, which was of glass or quartz, not being absolutely impervious, but in 1908 he showed that, by making allowance for the moisture adsorbed on the vessel, the errors were both positive and negative, and were less than one in ten million.
Others attribute it to the queen, and there is no doubt that she hated Turgot for supporting Vergennes in demanding the recall of the comte de Guines, the ambassador in London, whose cause she had ardently espoused at the prompting of the Choiseul clique.
It is certain that Babylonia, the seat of the present Mandaeans, must he regarded also as the cradle in which their system was reared; it is impossible to think of them as coming from Palestine, or to attribute to their doctrines a Jewish or Christian origin.
Documentary evidence for every assertion may be rather inclined to attribute to that influence little or nothing.'
To his influence we may attribute the desertion of Berengar's cause by Hildebrand and the more broad-minded of the cardinals.
Of these two divergent traditions, it would seem that the one which associates it with the kin of Moses and David may be traced farther in those late narratives which connect the ark closely with the Levites and even attribute its workmanship to Bezalel, a Calebite (Ex.
21), and on this evidence attribute our texts to the first half of the 2nd century.
It should be observed, however, that Darwin did not attribute an essential part to this Lamarckian hypothesis of the transmission of acquired characters, but expressly assigned to it an entirely subordinate importance.
Climate then is one of the forces which play an important part in the evolution of dress; at the same time care must be taken not to attribute too much influence to it.
This cult spread very widely among the Greeks; it had great civil importance, and lasted even into Christian times; but there is no reason to attribute to it any special connexion with the development of the science or profession of medicine.
He lives in history, apart from his three hymns, mainly as a man of unstained purity and invincible fidelity to conscience, weak only in a certain narrowness of view which is a frequent attribute of the intense character which he possessed.
To be thought of only as a distinguishing attribute of Greatness and as our English word Lord is; and that without any relation of it to an Interest of property or to servitude, and only as it denotes such Superiours as King or Subjects of the greater Nobility with us and men of special Eminency in other States, known by the names of Heeren, Dons, Sieurs, signiors, seigneurs.
The chthonian aspect of the hero is further shown by his attribute the snake, and in many cases he appears under that form himself.
His usual attribute is the bow.
The Arabs are content to attribute it to the ` will of God.'
Not even intelligence can be an attribute of the divine Being.
Be sure to attribute authorship of the posting to the posting party.
For circumstances such as in our medical chart example, we have been provided a more powerful method with the longdesc attribute.
Note that the href attribute in each source anchor specifies the address of the destination anchor.
Note the use of the charset attribute for the Arabic manual.
The "hidden" input element has an id attribute option.
The created image inherits the attributes of the template.
To do this, a comparator object has an optional attribute called "skip" which is a reference to a hash.
To attribute blame for some past disaster is rarely useful.
When using attribute value, each access point has a flag to indicate whether it is the master or a shadow reference.