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Synonyms for posit

Synonyms for posit

to take for granted without proof

Synonyms for posit

(logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning

put (something somewhere) firmly

put before

take as a given

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ITG today also announced new forthcoming internal research measuring the use of POSIT Alert in conjunction with ITG's suite of algorithms.
Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was performed on the 10 POSIT subscales by group (depressed, nondepressed), yielding a significant main effect of group, F(10, 142) = 6.
On the trades executed within POSIT Marketplace, there's immediate cost savings because you're crossing at the mid-point so you're saving part of the spread, and there's additional cost savings through increased efficiency around both market impact and delay costs," adds Clare Rowsell, head of client relationship management, Asia Pacific, ITG.
I posit that Black Speak represents the culturally enriched, purposeful conveyance of a "truth.
It is hard to posit a future for which there is no precedent.
The wireless products and services company GreatCall has teamed up with the brain fitness company Posit Science to introduce brain fitness exercises on the new model of GreatCall's Jitterbug cell phone, according to officials of both companies attending the American Society on Aging annual conference in Washington DC today.
For instance, the one-note presentation of dissenting voices like conservative pundits Armstrong Williams, John McWhorter and Shelby Steele, who all posit some version of the argument that reparations will promote a perennial sense of black victimhood, makes their inclusion feel a bit tokenized.
Scholars such as Dave Roediger, Jim Barrett, Matthew Frye Jacobson, Linda Gordon, Michael Omi and Howard Winant, posit that Americanization meant racialization.
At the other end, there are discussions that posit the replacement of human intelligence by cyborgs and architecture by self-assembling buildings.
With the recent addition of Australian trading through POSIT Marketplace([TM]) and more liquidity pools joining the platform on an ongoing basis, our clients can benefit from higher fill rates and lower costs," he said.
Traherne contends that exchange value is idolatrous, contra Locke, Barbon, and Petty, who posit that exchange value is as authentic as use value.
This is an interesting, compelling posit ion that deserves more attention than it received when this piece earlier appeared (1990).
The early short stories posit in the minds of Faulkner's earned and intended audience his views on race so that, as a Southernwriter who will later write exclusively about the contemporaneous South of the United States, his views of race are posited a priori with his sincere readership.
Rather, Raider's sole focus is to seize favorable liquidity opportunities in both the open market and in dark pools such as ITG's POSIT Marketplace(SM).
Unlike many cultural critics, they posit that in the early modern period culture was inseparable from religion.