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

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  • Synopsis: A small military ship carries researchers to the planet named JQ211F, which one biologist theorizes is the location of the origin of life.

    REVIEW: Forbidden Planets edited by Marvin Kaye

  • For example, he cites what he terms the "visionary heuristic," which he theorizes evolved from a time when hunter-gatherers had to conserve energy and which may influence how we view physical obstacles such as height, slope and size.

    Gut instincts allow people to make routine decisions without thinking too hard

  • Cambridge University economics professor Robert Rowthorn theorizes a "predisposition toward religion" in a paper published in "Proceedings of the Royal Society B," a prestigious journal of Britain's Royal Society of scientists.

    Study Links Spread Of Religion With 'Believer Gene'

  • Cambridge University economics professor Robert Rowthorn theorizes a "predisposition toward religion" in a paper published in "Proceedings of the Royal Society B," a prestigious journal of Britain's Royal Society of scientists.

    Study Links Spread Of Religion With 'Believer Gene'

  • One possibility -- the hygiene hypothesis -- theorizes that immune systems of children in industrialized countries aren't challenged enough with infection, so they are skewed to fight harmless substances.

    Food allergies challenge families

  • For example, he cites what he terms the "visionary heuristic," which he theorizes evolved from a time when hunter-gatherers had to conserve energy and which may influence how we view physical obstacles such as height, slope and size.

    Gut instincts allow people to make routine decisions without thinking too hard

  • Thorpe theorizes that Wall could be an all-star by next season and in the discussion about best point guard in the East in two years.

    One losing streak snapped

  • For example, he cites what he terms the "visionary heuristic," which he theorizes evolved from a time when hunter-gatherers had to conserve energy and which may influence how we view physical obstacles such as height, slope and size.

    Gut instincts allow people to make routine decisions without thinking too hard

  • He theorizes that β€œthe shape and form of the new timeline will be determined by now-former castaways, thanks to the two gifts given to them by Jacob in the finale: a second chance at life β€” and the freedom to create their own destiny.”

    The Tail Section » Lost Finale Coverage

  • In his new book, "Harnessed: How Language and Music Mimicked Nature and Transformed Ape to Man" BenBella Books, Mr. Changizi theorizes that humans channel the "sound of movement" to build forms of communication.

    Dancing Out of the Dark

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