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  • noun Plural form of posit.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of posit.

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Examples

  • Sanford C. Bernstein posits a worst case of $45 billion.

    BP Takes the Private Road to Public Value

  • The "unity" the critic posits is not a global unity that exhausts the work's formal or thematic possibilities but could be simply a "strain or strand" that does give the text coherence whenshown to connect it's particulars in a satisfying way.

    Perfecting the Power to Perceive

  • Darwin posits that they evolved from a common ancestor through a process that resembles the rest of the diagram.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • Though Russia would become more powerful on the global stage, he says, its economy would suffer because it currently depends heavily on the dollar and on trade with the U.S. Mr. Panarin posits, in brief, that mass immigration, economic decline, and moral degradation will trigger a civil war next fall and the collapse of the dollar.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: The Case for Parliamentarism

  • The "unity" the critic posits is not a global unity that exhausts the work's formal or thematic possibilities but could be simply a "strain or strand" that does give the text coherence whenshown to connect it's particulars in a satisfying way.

    June 2010

  • The "unity" the critic posits is not a global unity that exhausts the work's formal or thematic possibilities but could be simply a "strain or strand" that does give the text coherence whenshown to connect it's particulars in a satisfying way.

    The Reading Experience

  • Darwin posits that they evolved from a common ancestor through a process that resembles the rest of the diagram.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • The "unity" the critic posits is not a global unity that exhausts the work's formal or thematic possibilities but could be simply a "strain or strand" that does give the text coherence whenshown to connect it's particulars in a satisfying way.

    John Dewey's *Art as Experience*

  • For all their pseudo - idolization of Ronald Reagan, they ignore one of his main posits; "do no harm to others in the party"

    Scozzafava decries 'vicious' attacks

  • "The Smartest Mob" by David Brin posits a near future that is both scary and marvelous.

    REVIEW: Jim Baen's Universe #11

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