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At the beginning of the season Palmer said he has always believed Ascription was better than his then rating of 109 (now 110) and has backed it up by giving him an entry in the QEII on Champions Day at Ascot.
Racial hierarchy entails that the probability of a person experiencing social disadvantage increases conditional on holding a subordinated racial ascription; the probability of a person experiencing social advantage increases conditional on holding a superordinated racial ascription.
In reality, we are dealing here with a double ascription (of identity) because the respective presence can refer simultaneously to a specific group affiliation (inmate, immigrant), the embodiment of a more or less identifiable role, and the possibilities of relationships and modes of entanglement that these ascriptions may allow.
He was well beaten by Ascription on that occasion and a further start at Newmarket the following month yielded a similarly disappointing result so Charlton bided his time before sending him to Kempton at the end of October.
He was well beaten by Ascription on that occasion and a further start at Newmarket the following month yielded a similarly disappointing result, so Charlton bided his time before sending him to Kempton at the end of October.
As a final illustration, I believe the authors could have strengthened their argument about parodied songs that use portions of familiar texts and familiar musical riffs by drawing from conceptual work on musical and lyrical ascription (e.
The view derives a good part of its plausibility from Part II, the consideration of the defeaters of ethical ascription.
The four-year-old has been plying his trade in some of the big summer handicaps and has largely acquitted himself well, particularly when beating Ascription at Haydock in August.
Hugo Palmer's Ascription, a dual winner this season, is the top weight and, together with Richard Hannon's Wentworth, look to have serious claims.
The chapters address the following thematic topics: the significance of the Vellore Mutiny (the first instance of Sepoy rebellion); combat motivation and the construction of identities; religion as military modus operandi; logistics failures on the part of the rebels; tales of Indian loyalists (loyal to the British, that is) during the uprising; reconstructing the imperial military after the rebellion; the ascription and re-ascription of martial identities after the uprising; and the debate over whether to characterize the events as mutiny, war, or small war.
To the degree to which the ascription of the term "Black Church" is often rendered nebulous by virtue of its ambiguous definitions and conceptual illusiveness, univocal assertions made regarding the Black Church are inappropriate.
The only reason one might propose assigning chapter 28 to Job is that the most recent ascription is to him, in 27:1.