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Synonyms for probable

having a chance of happening or being true

based on probability or presumption

Synonyms for probable

an applicant likely to be chosen

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likely but not certain to be or become true or real

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apparently destined

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There are two ways of determining probable cause: executive and judicial.
United States, (8) permits an officer to search a vehicle without a search warrant if there is probable cause to believe that evidence or contraband is in the vehicle.
Only positions that meet the probable threshold on the adoption date will be recognized (or continue to be recognized).
TEI recommends that the FASB confirm that in applying FAS 5 to tax liabilities an enterprise need not accrue a loss for the potential disallowance of a tax position (regardless of the level of confidence that the position would be sustained if challenged) unless it is probable that the position will be challenged and disallowed by the relevant taxing authority.
The main symptoms reported by 28 probable and confirmed patients included dry mouth in 25 (89%), dysphagia in 25 (89%), severe constipation in 22 (79%), and blurred vision in 27 (96%).
Four of the UK's probable cases were removed from the list as three were found to have flu and one a condition called mycoplasma.
Forced liquidation value (auction) is a professional opinion of the estimated most probable price expressed in terms of cash in U.
Theoretically, it's even possible to deform the orbit so much that the wave packet representing the electron's probable location travels along a straight line.
The amounts reported as assets should be amortized over the estimated benefit period based on the proportion of current-period revenue from the advertising to probable remaining future revenue, subject to a test of net realizable values.
The Fourth Amendment--which overrode any constitutional provisions contrary to it--banned all searches of people's private effects that did not include both probable cause and a court warrant supported by an oath.
During the SARS epidemic, 50,319 persons who were close contacts of SARS patients were placed under level A quarantine; suspected or probable SARS was diagnosed for 112 (0.
If the search is conducted with probable cause and under the authority of a search warrant, or one of the recognized exceptions to the warrant requirement, the search is reasonable for Fourth Amendment purposes.
108 (a) (1) (B), if the taxpayer can prove it is more probable than not that he will be called on to pay the amount claimed.
71, Accounting for the Effects of Certain Types of Regulation, if it is probable as a result of a regulator's action (such as a possible rate proceeding decision) that a future increase or decrease in taxes payable for the last three items above will be recovered through future rate revenues.
The Company plans to initiate an exploitation and development program in the first-half of 2007 to drill proved undeveloped and probable locations, recomplete several wells, enhance facilities and improve per unit operating costs.
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