assumptive


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excessively forward

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accepted as real or true without proof

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74) See infra Part V (addressing the common criticism of autonomy-based First Amendment theories as falsely assumptive and over-extensive).
The status quo of the medical world is heterosexually assumptive.
In Figure 1, the assumptive role of serum lipids is variously a) an independent came, b) a dependent cause, c) an independent noncause, d) a dependent noncause, and e) a modifier.
But "the suggestion (no diagnosis exists) of an 'eating disorder' appears to have been entirely assumptive, based on no evidence beyond the unexceptional facts that she had some years before gained weight, gone on a diet, and lost the weight.
The conclusion of our essay should not be read as an assumptive "appeal to authority.
Many authors writing about psychotherapy state that its aim is to provide a change in these assumptive, 'meaning' worlds.
Aboriginal perceptions and causal attributions, at times and in particular regions, differed markedly from majority culture attributions and assumptive worlds.
Frank contends that not all personal assumptive worlds are the same.
494 Number of observations 2018 2018 2018 (a) Ln(M/K, an assumptive net work rate variable, is regressed to industry dummy variables, enterprise-type dummy variables, time dummy variables, and Ln(K/L) representing capital intesity.
the "Company") entered into an assumptive reinsurance agreement with an affiliated company whereby the Company assumed unearned premium and loss and loss adjustment expense reserves.
At each step of our assumptive proceedings the identity of the individual remains firmly fixed by the very hypothesis that we are making, namely, that it is his properties that are at issue--those of that very individual that we are altering.
Any serious musing on the question of antagonistic identity formation--a formation, the mass mobilization of which can precipitate a crisis in the institutions and assumptive logic that undergird the United State of America--must come to grips with the contradictions between the political demands of radical social movements, such as the large prison abolition movement, which seeks to abolish the prison-industrial complex, and the ideological structure that underwrites its political desire.
Some of the assumptive attitudes of children's wrongdoing can be summarized as they are a.
As many have noted, for this season at least, and for the foreseeable future, we are a changed country: more guarded, literally and figuratively, less focused on the stock market's ups and downs, less assumptive about safety, and in certain ways, less free.
The video adds helpful examples at this point, such as an assumptive close approach.