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After a period of ascription to Titian, this portrait is now re-assigned to Palma; see below, p. 315.

Moussorgsky I have styled a "primitive," and I fancy it is as good an ascription as another.

The ascription to him of this inferior work is decidedly doubtful.

Never can love make consciousness and ascription equal in force.

Essays, Second SeriesRalph Waldo Emerson

Major, Mr. Brown insists, is "the sole authority for the ascription to James of the vernacular poems."

Ephemera CriticaJohn Churton Collins

The ascription of divinity to human beings is lacking in Arabia also and among Semitic Moslems generally.

Yet false criticism has been as prodigal to him in the ascription of beauty, as parsimonious and unjust to many others.

Lectures on ArtWashington Allston

"He made them all," she said; and her words were an ascription of praise.

The ascription of praise which followed was more truly sublime than any thing I ever heard or read.

Sastre also drew the attention of his hearers to the fact that the ascription of praise in the text was made by the angels.

Mistress MargeryEmily Sarah Holt

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