assumption


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a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn

the act of taking possession of or power over something

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celebration in the Roman Catholic Church of the Virgin Mary's being taken up into heaven when her earthly life ended

(Christianity) the taking up of the body and soul of the Virgin Mary when her earthly life had ended

audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to

the act of assuming or taking for granted

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Friday, August 30, 2019 in Assumption Christian Church.
What we used to imagine has now become more tangible what was once vague, now made clear." Although many of us only met each other for the first time, our interactions led to a common dream: for Assumption alumnae to gather together in one place to exchange ideas, learn about each other's activities and possibly collaborate on certain projects.
Jo Romero - President, Assumption Alumnae Association
We do not expect multiple rating actions following these price assumption revisions.
In mid-20th century Assumption, the Mistress of Class was like a mother and disciplinarian.
To make sure users (including myself) get it right, I might include the error-checking formula =IF(B4>1, "Error - please use a decimal number, such as .02 instead of 2","") next to the assumption, as pictured at the top of the next page.
An assumption is a position taken until something is proven or, stated another way.
today at the Our Lady of the Assumption Parish on Asuncion Street, Malate, Manila, in commemoration of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the principal and the oldest feast of the Holy Mother.
Muscat, July 26 (ONA) A study conducted by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) about the population projections in the Sultanate (2015 - 2040) expected that the number of Omanis will reach 4 million people by 2040 according to the high-fertility assumption; compared to 3.8 million people according to the medium-fertility assumption and 3.6 million people according to the low-fertility assumption.
Michael Harding asked himself two questions when he was considering the Assumption men's basketball head coaching job.
In addition, the consequence of the unconscious assumption is opinion and action, which may not surface toward consciousness, unless someone questions the validity of the opinion held by the arguing faculty member.
It's a common misconception that LTC pricing "mistakes" are primarily because the LTC insurance industry failed to price for people living longer (mortality assumption) and therefore they would be more likely to go on claim (morbidity assumption).
Assumption of the Risk in Sports on Land and at Sea
In fact, the term sometimes takes on a life of its own as opposed to understanding exactly how it should be viewed in the setting of the overall mortality assumption.
There are two assumptions that seem to halt innovation in its tracks more than others: "This is how it's always been done, so this is how we'll continue doing it." This organizational assumption is one of the biggest obstacles faced by employees.