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Synonyms for hypothetical

existing only in concept and not in reality

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

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a hypothetical possibility, circumstance, statement, proposal, situation, etc.

based primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence

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RBS's low point CET1 ratio under the hypothetical adverse scenario would have been 6.
The portfolio management technology solution, already purpose built for credit managers, will now offer hypothetical pre- and post- trade CLO compliance, advanced allocations, and trade approval and monitoring on mobile devices, accelerating portfolio management processes and making straight-through processing a reality.
This gap between people's intentions and behaviors (Ajzen and Fishbein 2000) lies at the basis of the so-called hypothetical bias, a systematic overestimation of willingness to pay (WTP) in hypothetical compared to real scenarios (Grebitus, Lusk, and Nayga 2013; Harrison and Rutstr[delta]m 2008; Loomis 2011; Murphy et al.
The tactical shows and incidents included storming a hypothetical hijacked plane, commandos show, and a hypothetical abducted train to release hostages.
TEHRAN (FNA)- People's ability to make random choices or mimic a random process, such as coming up with hypothetical results for a series of coin flips, peaks around age 25, according to a study.
Second, most of moral development research is based on children's evaluations of hypothetical vignettes.
Under the regulations, this determination is made by reference to the tax treatment of a hypothetical sale of the transferred or acquired property, that is, whether a hypothetical seller would take the gain or loss into account in determining its federal income tax liability, under all the relevant facts and circumstances.
A senior Syrian opposition official said on Wednesday dates for a resumption of United Nations-backed Syria peace talks remained hypothetical as long as the current truce does not fulfil its humanitarian demands.
Nevertheless, these hypothetical studies can provide preliminary evidence, so they are still included in this review.
In the second section of the essay, I state one moderate version of an alternate view about interpretation known as hypothetical intentionalism, which has been advanced in different versions for almost forty years now by writers as varied as Michael Baxandall, Wayne Booth, Gregory Currie, Jerrold Levinson, Alexander Nehamas, and William Tolhurst, amongst others.
The hypothetical tax is the tax an employee would have had to pay if the assignment had not occurred.
The Kidney Hypothetical, or How to Ruin Your Life in Seven Days.
KUWAIT, Dec 3 (KUNA) -- A senior Finance Ministry official on Wednesday expected the hypothetical price for Kuwaiti crude oil in the next State budget, 2015-2016, to be around USD 55-60 pb, compared to USD 75 pb in the current budget that ends on 31 March 2015.
IT started with a racial comment That provided the hypothetical cement The first brick was provided By a bigot who gave vent Aided by ill-informed comments By the usual unknown source The wall it slowly grew and grew Bricklayer, add another course As for the pointing and jointing That was easy to see Provided by a bent politician Who was guilty of chicanery Then there's the religious fanatic Who is blind in both eyes Who although sighted cannot see Brickie here's your wall ties Next we have the evil dictator His bible the gun and mortar Bricklayer you will never run short Here's your hypothetical pail of water The wall is almost finished now Put your trowel away and relax For the biggest prejudicial imposition Was the hated bedroom tax RAY SPOORS, Winlaton
According to the Supreme Court of Connecticut, an assessor's use of a hypothetical condition--in particular, an assumption of annual interest income for development on property--may be legal.