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  • Few artists during this early period signed their works, making attributions today difficult.
  • Yet, he is also very well known for his contributions to attribution theory.
  • Some of the general characteristics include the physical attribution of their small body.
  • I want to show you two or three things -- new attributions I've made. Cited from Tales Of Men And Ghosts, By Edith Wharton
  • It has no identified source, title, or attribution and no standing in the relationship involved.
  • The song was released on the band's self-titled album with no attribution.
  • Said user has permitted free use of the image in question provided attribution is provided.
  • The opposite effect is seen for those who make positive internal attributions.
  • He was particularly an enemy of attributions based on style alone.
  • Attribution theory is concerned with how and why ordinary people explain events as they do.
  • The attributions are based on the results of the most recent research. Cited from The Venetian Painters of the Renaissance, by Bernhard Berenson
  • I think as long as you give full attribution, you can do whatever you want with text or images.
  • The same image is found copied in many places without clear source or attribution.
  • These attributions have not stood up to the test of time.
  • The titles of paintings and the attribution to a particular artist may change over time.
  • Anyone is free to use this picture as long as clear attribution to the author is made.
  • An example of this is reported company performance followed up by self-report of outcome attributions.
  • It may be used for any use, by anyone, for anything, with no attribution needed.
  • Attribution on the face of the article is required, per the author.
  • His style however is so similar to his master's that scholars still debate the specific attributions.
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Words starting with attribution

Synonyms of attribution

Meaning of attribution

  • noun Assigning some quality or character to a person or thing
    the attribution of language to birds, the ascription to me of honors I had not earned
  • noun Assigning to a cause or source
    the attribution of lighting to an expression of God's wrath, he questioned the attribution of the painting to Picasso