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  • v. Present participle of speculate.


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  • Still, it's probably too early to begin speculating that Tim Tebow might replace Katie Couric on the CBS Evening News.

    New NFL Network analyst Millen has no regrets about Lions tenure

  • He was more confident in speculating that Arthur's "visit" might have been a psychic early-warning system.

    Amy Hardie: Yay! My dream didn't come true

  • I get lost in speculating on parallels and what lies beyond the branes.

    Tweets I have known

  • Possessed of more than a cursory knowledge of astronomy, he took a sick man's pleasure in speculating as to the dwellers on the unseen worlds of those incredibly remote suns, to haunt whose houses of light, life came forth, a shy visitant, from the rayless crypts of matter.


  • This sort of speculating is fun and easy, but it isn't really all that illuminating.

    HillSec? - Swampland -

  • This has led supporters of his environmental achievements to begin speculating about whether his successor will continue his green legacy.

    “Green Patriarch” Celebrates Leap Year Birthday

  • It seems to me that there is little point in speculating when the whole market will open.

    Lakeside Mall update

  • It almost seems like your new characterization of Mims violates your whole point about trying to be more careful in speculating about damaging information about others.

    A Promise

  • Because Mr. Hall usually doesn't sink time into short-term speculating, he's had the time to go art shopping.

    Trader Hits Jackpot in Oil,

  • Well, like Ted, I don't have any real knowledge of the situation, but unlike Ted, I'm not going to let that prevent me from irresponsibly speculating from a position of ignorance.



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