- Both
**assumptions**are wrong. - Each of these
**assumptions**is equally groundless. - The main
**assumptions**in this theory are the following. - At the time, these
**assumptions**seemed practicable. - Copyright's
**assumptions**are different. - Statement of the
**assumptions**upon which the Plan is based. - The first of these
**assumptions**I endeavoured to deal with in the last chapter. - What these
**assumptions**were, I shall discuss in the next chapter.

- Many of the
**assumptions**on which they rest their case have proved to be wrong. - The theory of the ether is one of the most helpful
**assumptions**of modern science. - There are two unwarrantable
**assumptions**in what Dr. Whateley writes about Elocution: 1. - The SAGE, insatiable for information, desires to have the unfounded
**assumptions**particularised. - Ethics is only too apt to suppose that will and intelligence are
**assumptions**which need no special justification. - Their definitions were vitiated by theological
**assumptions**and none of them has become a text for commentators or students. - A quite reasonable state of things is practicable if we proceed on human
**assumptions**and not on academic ones. - The visualization of valid and useful
**assumptions**frequently makes the most serious demands on professional knowledge and judgment. - We could sum them up thus: do not apply identical
**assumptions**to physical and intellectual property. - If prepared in advance, it usually is based on certain
**assumptions**which are clearly stated in the plan. - She took in the whole scene as she entered, and measured the
**assumptions**of the girls with cool indifference. - Two
**assumptions**are made from this text by those who place the Limnae by the extant theatre. - Therefore the
**assumptions**from which both follow, namely, multiplicity and motion, cannot be real things. - As we now know, the scheme was built upon the false
**assumptions**that the elements are immutable and that their atomic weights are invariable. - Dalton could not prove these
**assumptions**to be true, but he saw that if they were true the laws of matter become very easy to understand. - It tends to produce a habit of mind to which certain
**assumptions**are natural and inevitable, certain other**assumptions**incredible from the first. - We talked of details which may well be omitted here, for the majority of them were based upon
**assumptions**subsequently to be proved erroneous. - It is not to be expected that a plan based upon
**assumptions**will, in all respects, be suitable for use in an actual situation. - The existence of the fire-mist and nuclei are
**assumptions**only, and the way by which he tries to account for rotatory motion is clearly erroneous. - Information of the enemy and that of own forces, and
**assumptions**where pertinent, are usually set forth in separate unlettered subparagraphs. - Leaving these exceptions, we may next inquire into the relevant purposes of the nebular hypothesis, supposing its
**assumptions**acquiesced in. - Japan had provided a body of common
**assumptions**strong enough to sustain democracy, despite the burden of mutually tolerated disagreements. - Most of the time, though, it was the assemblers and distributors of content whose voices and
**assumptions**about markets would be heard. - Fortunately, I am not compelled to accept the great misfortune and bow to the
**assumptions**of a ruling race. - In abasements and
**assumptions**love, like beauty, being one and indivisible, remained unchangeably love. - Yet theology will live, and never lose its dignity and importance; only, some of its present
**assumptions**may be discarded. - In addition to the information to be furnished, a statement is given of the
**assumptions**(page 155) forming the basis of the plan. - Our attention, therefore, must be given, in the first instance, to the fundamental
**assumptions**on which the whole superstructure is built. - The latter is not to be confused with
**assumptions**which, in Operation Plans, are accepted as a basis. - This process runs counter to the
**assumptions**of theorists of collective action problems in a way remarkable enough to have attracted its own chroniclers. - If this be the case the formulae of both
**assumptions**will obviously reduce to a close approximation to the formulae of the second assumption which are the ordinary formulae of dynamical textbooks. - There is nothing doctoral in his literary costume; and if he has any pretension, it resembles in no particular the grave
**assumptions**of the cathedrants of the university.

Definition of Assumptions

plural of assumption

*Assumptions in a sentence*

*Assumptions sentence*

*sentence with Assumptions*

*Assumptions used in a sentence*

*Assumptions make sentence*

*make sentence with Assumptions*

*make sentence of Assumptions*

*Assumptions sentence in english*