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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of speculate.


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  • Darwin speculates that the real "knowledge of good and evil" may have been the realization of the cruelty involved in hunting animals for sustenance


  • Starobin speculates that Putin may be shifting Russia away from the religious dead zone it occupied during the Soviet era to what Starobin terms a "Patriotic Orthodoxy" — a strong government animated by a current of religion.

    Russia's Would-Be Masters

  • Safin speculates that he didn't get healthy until after the French Open, which ends in early June. - This time, Safin has no chance

  • Schantag speculates that a lot of men, particularly from the

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Also, while the Northern Exposure restaurant isn't open or publicly accessible, Twin Restaurant "speculates" it will infringe, according to the filings.

    Rolls-Royce, Twitter, Drudge Report: Intellectual Property - Bloomberg

  • Although we don't yet have an official announcement from Facebook or Google, Playfish's popular game Who Has the Biggest Brian? allowing "Android fans … to play together with their Facebook friends anytime, anywhere." speculates, "that presumably means that the Android game uses the same Facebook Connect technology as the iPhone version - which as far as we're aware is the first implementation of Facebook Connect in an Android game or application."

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • "Such leniency can be only in one case: if Armenia gives the international community what it expects from Armenia," speculates "Haykakan Zhamanak."

    «Ազատ Եվրոպա/Ազատություն» ռադիոկայան

  • And everybody kind of speculates about it, but there's not a darn thing we can do about it, nor is there any strategy we can do except possibly have it discounted. "

    Printing: Original October Surprise (Part 3)

  • Memo to Josh Kroenke: it is impossible to get excited about a team that is doomed to die, especially when any and all media coverage surrounding said team speculates on its non-committal star and bleak fate.

    Sam Dudley: Melo Is Full of...

  • And if, as Arrington speculates, it may by a Wi-Fi and 3G data-only phone built around a voice-over-IP-enabled version of Google Voice, Google would find itself in competition both with handset makers and wireless carriers, who are anxious to preserve their threatened revenues from voice service.

    Why Google Should Not Do a Googlephone « Steve Wildstrom on Tech


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