Impute Sentence Examples | Use Impute in a sentence

1.and do you Impute it to either of those?

2.how dare you Impute the failure to me?

3.to address this issue we Impute a riskiness measure that does not depend on observed corporate cash flow.

4.each of these Impute to technology the ability to change itself.

5.however, most of the thz imaging techniques achieve only one component of the thz electric field vector and Impute the decrease of signal to the absorption and scattering of the sample.

6.it is hard to Impute a rise in output to any one factor.

7.mr. hill tried to Impute the monstrous intentions to her.

8.the police Impute the rise in crime to high unemployment.

9.however, isp is not the direct infringer; the law system of our country can't support to Impute isp.

10.our lucia tower does not accuse herself of any such thing and we have no need either to Impute it to her.

11.in voicing their own fears, chinese pundits -- not unreasonably -- Impute fear to the united states.

12.when a problem occurs, we could never just Impute to any single part.

13.though i don't use the word Impute too often its etymology is in some ways consistent with the answer to david's question.

14.to put the blame for; attribute or Impute.

15.blessed is the man to whom the lord will not Impute sin.

16.the responsibility centers and higher centers in accordance with the contract liability rules control the implementation of responsibility budget and Impute responsibility cost of this level.

17.there are ways around the lack of empirical data on malaria; there are ways to model and Impute data that are missing.

18.most taiwanese shamans Impute the cause of disease to spiritual beings or supernatural forces.

19.let us, then, Impute to the fatality of things alone these formidable collisions.

20.the principles to Impute responsibility and the responsibility analysis in medical dissension

21.ordinary chinese are always the first to point out shared character flaws ( although usually they Impute them to compatriots other than themselves).

22.how blessed is the man to whom the lord does not Impute iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no deceit!

23.general classics Impute the deterioration to national strategy divergence, national interest divergence and ideological divergence.

24.may the king not Impute anything to his servant nor to all my father's house, for your servant knows nothing of this matter, small or great.

25.they Impute the rise in crime to the greater freedom being enjoyed by young people.

26.we Impute it, therefore, solely to the disease in his own eye and heart, that the minister, looking upward to the zenith, beheld there the appearance of an immense letter-the letter a-marked out in lines of dull red light.

27.the happy Impute all their success to prudence or merit.

28.it is one of god's attributes always to substantiate his declarations; if he covers sin and does not Impute it, this can only be effected by an utter extinction or blotting out of the sin.

29.i Impute his failure to laziness.

30.first of all, we summarize systematically and compare several commonly used methods to Impute the missing data. secondly, to aim at the disadvantages of the class-mean method, we propose adjustment techniques of the weighted class-mean method and the fuzzy class-mean method.

31.how dare you Impute such monstrous intentions to me?

32.mi is the most popular and systemic method with which to Impute the missing data at present.

33.i have no aspirations such as those you Impute to me.

34.this silence for my sin you did Impute.

35.for a networking protocol such as telnet, though, there's really no distinction between results and prompts; those are meanings you Impute as an observer.

36.i may acknowledge this to a daughter whom i know to be philosophical enough to understand my indifference, and not to Impute it to me as a crime.

37.the politician tried to Impute some unfortunate remarks to his enemy.

38.commonly used method to Impute are for continuous variables or classification variables.

39.it is grossly unfair to Impute blame to the united nations.