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On this view, our ascription of qualities to a given work is determined by the emotions that work causes or arouses in us.
BY GARRY OWEN i.taylor@dailyrecord.co.uk Fallon can deliver on Palmer top weight Ascription'st shoulder top weight in the race with his rating of 109 and with young Buick required at Newmarket, veteran Fallon will be in the plate.
Fast ground saw Hugo Palmer's gelding bypass Newmarket with the trainer biding his time in favour of the PS150,000 Betfred Challenge Cup over Ascription'st shoulder top weight in the race with his rating of 109 and with young Buick required at Newmarket, veteran Fallon will be in the plate.
Hugo Palmer had looked at the Cambridgeshire for Ascription but opted out with the ground riding too fast.
"If the ground wasn't soft enough for Ascription, I could be tempted to run Short Squeeze in the Darley Stakes at Newmarket "Ideally I wouldn't like to run the two against each other as I like winning races and if they do meet then both of them can't win, but if they were trained by two different trainers they probably would be running in the same races.
An "Alphabetical Index of Works by Forms and Besetzungen," an "Index to Movement and Section Titles of Choral/Vocal Works," an "Index of Variant Manuscript Codes/Names," a listing of "Dates (1679-1705) on Manuscripts/Published Versions," and a list of the "Works of Questioned Ascription" are also included.
Perkins has simply chosen to publish every single piece of secular music that has been preserved with an ascription to Busnois, and then he carefully discusses the conflicting attributions in his extensive commentary.
The norm activation theory (Schwartz, 1977) has long been a supportive theory in prosocial psychology (De Groot & Steg, 2009), and encompasses awareness of consequences, ascription of responsibility, moral and personal norms, and prosocial intention and behavior (Han, 2015; Schwartz, 1977).
One could accordingly stipulate that a numeral "n" (other than "0") designates the class which contains all and only those concepts that are equinumerous to the concept numeral between "1" and "n." A number ascription of the form "The number of the Fs is n" can then be interpreted as claiming that the concepts F and numeral between "1" and "n" are representatives of the same numerical equivalence class.
More specifically, there are four key orientations that drive and shape it: competition, mastery, completion and ascription.
Commitment of ascription of means as detailed in point 14.1 of the Table of Characteristics of the PCAP.
However, that sense of otherness is just another ascription created in our experiential worlds of consciousness.