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1to be attributable to sth — ser atribuible / imputable a algo
- No securely attributable paintings by Cennino are known, either in Florence or in Padua.
- The elegance of the building is attributable chiefly to the lead designer.
- The only real question is how much of this is attributable to the director and how much to the scenario author.
- It is an example of a well-known model attributable to the Anglo-Florentine sculptor Fanelli.
- They always arrived on time to hear 170 children sing every carol attributable to Martin Luther.
- In this room are a pair of toilet coffers attributable to Boulle, which date from about 1700.
- Other works attributable to the painter include a Nativity.
- If hungry for more information on these particular poems and the others attributable to Wotton, then that is perhaps no bad thing.
- This is the version of existentialism attributable to Martin Heidegger and Jean Paul-Sartre.
- Familiarizing ourselves with a set of assumptions attributable to him would be problematic indeed, as it would be for many other authors.
- The limitations are attributable to the lack of farm-level price input data.
- This value increase was also attributable to high inflation, particularly in Mexico.
- These impacts were directly attributable to the reduced output associated with the land idled under the program.
- E. coli has been a major cause of human illness outbreaks, mainly attributable to the consumption of contaminated beef.
- Three died within the first month because of complications attributable to pneumonia.
- We are hearing some complaints from current occupants about problems attributable to the architect's inexperience.
- There would be a 40-percent reduction in per capita production of greenhouse gases attributable to automobile use.
- Are successes or failures attributable to management, board decisions, the economic environment, or member actions?
- He died of a heart attack during filming, likely attributable to the stress of the epic production.
- Energy output has been much lower than for a comparable building, although some of that is attributable to an unusually mild winter.