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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of assume.

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Examples

  • The term assumes that the direction the government takes is in part determined by external factors.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • The term assumes that the direction the government takes is in part determined by external factors.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • The term assumes that the mothers and fathers are using their children to improve their immigration status.

    Rev. Debra Haffner: Babies - No Adjectives Needed

  • The term assumes that the mothers and fathers are using their children to improve their immigration status.

    Rev. Debra Haffner: Babies - No Adjectives Needed

  • Before the discussion continues, a major limitation of the concept, that has often been noted before, must be reported: The definition assumes a clear distinction between goals and means, itself a rationalistic distinction.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Before the discussion continues, a major limitation of the concept, that has often been noted before, must be reported: The definition assumes a clear distinction between goals and means, itself a rationalistic distinction.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • The title assumes that: me casting cure on my friend "might" actually work.

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  • Frankly I think anything with "Helen Thomas:" in the title assumes a Barf Alert but thanks for the double reminder.

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  • First, the title assumes that abortion is just one among "other issues" (sort of like the Lord's Supper is just one among "other parts of doctrine").

    Balaam's Ass

  • First, the title assumes that abortion is just one among "other issues" (sort of like the Lord's Supper is just one among "other parts of doctrine").

    Balaam's Ass

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