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presumed to be true, real, or genuine, especially on inconclusive grounds

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based primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence

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I conjecturally suggest that the referent of the deictic pet might be either the sacrament of baptism with all its implications, or the miracles by the pools of Bethesda or the one of Siloam, where people were healed from every disease:
owners were only conjecturally related to the complex social problem of
Conjecturally, investors should periodically rebalance their portfolios to keep small percentages of 5 to 10 percent of their holdings in gold investments to offset the volatility of the broader stock market due to gold's tendency in the opposite direction.
Conjecturally, it can, therefore, be inferred that the median age of the Nepali youths during the Jana Andolan in 1990 was the crucial factor for the mass upheaval.
This manuscript is however, quite badly damaged and has been conjecturally emended from MS Arundel 288 (such emendations are marked by square brackets).
Mary is portrayed reading a book, understood to be a prayer book or the Bible, conjecturally the prophetic Book of Isaiah.
Thus the events preliminary to the wounding of the bison and proceeding from this act can be conjecturally estimated, based on the evidence of the hunt presented here.
Deviance is addressed either conjecturally, in unsystematic reference to a few actual cases, or as desiderata for future research.
21) To proceed conjecturally, though from a fact that has been allowed astonishingly little resonance in Shakespeare biography, Aubrey's antisocial Shakespeare mirrors the voluntary solitude of the heroes of the final tragedies.
The assumption that firms behave conjecturally at both stages avoids mixing conjectural behavior about output with a more strategic behavior about vertical structure.
The construction in the present paper does, so the multidimensional Narayana numbers conjecturally also satisfy the Charney-Davis inequalities.
At long last, though of course conjecturally, the film supplies her missing side of the famous correspondence.
A further name, "Potlias" (4Q468e) is also conjecturally identified with a Peitholaus mentioned in War 1.
Editions in the continental tradition reject imperatives to select copy texts that conjecturally approximate authorial intentions; instead, genetic editions focus on the synchronic relationship between text and apparatus that foregrounds the genesis of the text, without discriminating among the authority of textual variants and versions.
9) Most emphatically, however, it is a product of so much more than simply his paradigmatically liminal nominal age of "thirteen or fourteen or along there" (134), which is indicated doubly conjecturally, indirectly, inferentially, apropos of somebody else and only well into the story at that.