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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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Menger and Mises therefore resorted to what we may call a sort of conjectural history or developmentalism, following Nisbet (1969).
The corresponding first-order conditions with a conjectural variation [r.sub.1] = [partial derivative][q.sub.T]/[partial derivative][q.sub.1], which takes on the value of 0 for Cournot behavior and -1 for competitive behavior of the producer, are:
Her reading of some motifs from pre-Dynastic Naqada pottery as ostrich dances is conjectural, but worth considering as one of many possible interpretations of those enigmatic motifs.
Whether the two brothers were summoned by the Saudis because of their financial connections with members of the royal family now being investigated for corruption, is conjectural and events yet to come may clear the prevailing murkiness.
'It is unfortunate and regrettable that Umar Cheema of the Jhang Group chose to do a conjectural story on PTI Chairman Imran Khan's personal life, which also involved another person - a very private lady who is not in public,' the statement said.
Building started in 1912 and the replica, which was not completed, was based on a conjectural reconstruction of the castle in 1892.
The phrase "for Jerusalem" is not a quote but rather a conjectural leap by the publication, based on a report by CNN.
Meticulous in his attention to how even minute passages and effects can alter the dynamics of a song, he can also extrapolate song-ness from the conjectural noise and sonic lint that artists produce while playing around in a studio, which is why musicians as various as the Beastie Boys, Slayer, Johnny Cash, the Jayhawks, Mick Jagger, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sheryl Crow, Jay Z, and Kanye West have beaten a path to his doorstep in order to be governed by his feel for their art.
In this paper four opinions are quoted, followed by discussions both of Le Testu's charts and their commentaries, and of the means by which the cartographers of the Dieppe school distinguished real from conjectural coastlines, and finally the significance of his planisphere of 1566, which does not depict Java la Grande.
Amoris Laetitia falls into the third category, Pie-Ninot said, adding the 1990 instruction's statement that examples of ordinary magisterium can occur when the pope intervenes "in questions under discussion which involve, in addition to solid principles, certain contingent and conjectural elements."
Otherwise how can we make the conjectural leap to other times and places?" (35).
The applicant moved IHC against the special judge central's decision of June 3, Kazmi through his counsel Sardar Lateef Khosa said that none of the prosecution witnesses have insinuated him with any malfeasance and his conviction is based on fanciful, arbitrary, capricious and absolutely conjectural hypothesis.
"I wouldn't advise anyone to look at the issue of the presidential system from a conjectural perspective," he said in reference to the leaders of the opposition, claiming that current politicians need to form a system that will be implemented by generations to come.
The first chapter about the Qur'an and the life of the Prophet, upon him blessings and peace, presents certain information that is conjectural, or even inaccurate.