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to formulate or assert as a tentative explanation

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Let's say (hypothesize) from these details it seems possible that the event being investigated occurred in the television room (where) during the 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
They hypothesize that an adaptation to a high protein and/or methionine intake induces a more efficient homocysteine metabolism, thereby maintaining a normalized concentration of the substance in the plasma.
Combined with susceptible migrating birds and highly concentrated human populations, the finding of hybrids in the United States led the authors to hypothesize that hybrid Cx.
If integrated delivery systems are desirable because they provide a continuum of services, then one could hypothesize the need for a health care association that allows for multifaceted membership and action.
They asked him questions online that led them to hypothesize that the school's ventilation system was not functioning correctly.
"What we hypothesize is that the carbon monoxide component of the diesel exhaust is actually making that environment even more hypoxic and disrupting normal gene programming that should lead to normal septation of the aorta and pulmonary artery," says Walker.
We hypothesize that the risk of human infection results from an increase in the mass shedding of virus, after a population increase of infected voles over a threshold density.
The researchers don't hypothesize which structural features of bacteria or their colonies cause the differences in the patterns.
However, only about a quarter of chronic drinkers end up with the disease, leading some researchers to hypothesize that lifestyle factors have a protective effect.
The researchers hypothesize that if [(ATTCT).sub.n]*[(AGAAT).sub.n] and other DNA repeats act as strong origins of replication, "then anomalous and fractious replication may lead to amplification and expansion."
Sandau and colleagues hypothesize that HO-PCBs may play a critical role in this effect.
(2) to hypothesize about the link between the median 1976 body concentration of dioxin in men before and during puberty and the postpubertal effect on the SSR of their offspring.