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    1. John Hammaker, a research scientist in Massachusetts, postulates that each ice age in the history of the earth regenerated its topsoil


    2. of complexity correspondence thinking postulates that events occur in associations with each other, linked by


    3. The components of Absolute Truth consist of a collection of partial truths woven together to form a completed truth, much in the manner of working out the solution to a geometry problem consisting of postulates, theorems and axioms, each a mathematical law (or truth) in itself however an (incomplete truth) as each relates to a (higher truth) that having been brought together, however, provides the solution (Absolute Truth) to the problem


    4. or postulates different from the ones used by Euclid


    5. 3 Freud postulates something similar in his theory of the Oedipal event


    6. hypotheses and postulates to explain all the unanswered mysteries of the universe


    7. desired points): Take any one of the postulates and apply it to an issue of interest to you


    8. any one of the postulates and apply it to an issue of interest to you


    9. desired points): Take any one of the postulates and apply it to a situation of change that interests


    10. One perspective in population genetics postulates that a concern for relatives is "really" just an



















    1. If required this can go on ad infinitum and never truly end, at least according to the postulated maxims of Zeno of Thrace who proposed that if you continue to halve the distance between yourself and your destination you will never arrive at your destination


    2. “I'm thinking the Captain of this ship,” Reia postulated, “if it is in fact the same goof who tried to keep the Boss from her freedom, he may have an ulterior agenda regarding his little fleet's ultimate objectives


    3. postulated that she had tried to over-rule its recommendation, and in a fit of pique had attempted to disable it in a violent manner


    4. Dirac postulated holes in space stuffed with electrons of negative mass, and Heisenberg replaced determinism by uncertainty and causality by statistics


    5. Consistent with a somewhat later episode of this last deglaciation, it has been postulated, similar violence-related changes occurred in those other places as well


    6. Is it possible for it to invoke some kind of condition that could render it capable of a separate existence beyond the brain, as has been postulated for the soul?


    7. and he postulated that children had the capacity to teach themselves, other students and


    8. When Gallileo developed classical relativity he postulated the laws of physics were the


    9. There were even those who postulated that


    10. So physicists have postulated quantum spin networks, while others have

































    1. ‘Darling!’ psychologists postulate the overdose of


    2. We know now that the structure of DNA and processes in a single cell are extremely complicated and that it cannot be ascribed to mere chance, even if the Universe was 100 times older than scientists postulate


    3. With that water removed, and the Earth’s electro-mechanical function adversely affected, and because we can today measure a continuous decline in Earth’s magnetic field strength, we can postulate that gravity would have overcome the magnetic field’s influence on the layer of water above the atmosphere as a result of the rotational core mechanics being altered


    4. ―Objective‖ pursuits such as ascertaining the validity of a mathematical or legal postulate or some other undemonstrated proposition, for example, are conditioned rather than perfected by scholastic examination


    5. It is not entirely without logic to postulate that since we have witnessed only one sun, this is perhaps the reason for its inability to move, and hence the standing shadows and the continuous light


    6. It was a postulate


    7. So, which is it? If we accept the postulate given to me by Ms


    8. Now, she recognized that this particular postulate didn't exist


    9. beyond what you know? You may postulate a world beyond the


    10. Therefore, I postulate a process that has three phases, as follows:


































    1. A child at school had the best idea, when postulating that they were producing toilet paper


    2. In short, knowing (perceiving, postulating, framing) good and evil creates good and evil, i


    3. Often the enemies of true religion attempt to elevate their position by postulating that the claims of religion have no place among the esteemed truths of history


    4. It was effaced as easily as it had been evoked by an allocution from Mr Candidate Mulligan in that vein of pleasantry which none better than he knew how to affect, postulating as the supremest object of desire a nice clean old man


    5. "Whatever may be the truth," said he, "it must depend upon some bizarre and rare combination of events, so we need have no hesitation in postulating such events in our explanation


    6. "Whatever may be the truth," said he, "it must depend upon some bizarre and rare combination of events, so we need have no hesitation in postulating such events in our explanation


    7. Postulating some generalization as the goal of the movement of humanity, the historians study the men of whom the greatest number of monuments have remained: kings, ministers, generals, authors, reformers, popes, and journalists, to the extent to which in their opinion these persons have promoted or hindered that abstraction


    8. Postulating some generalization as the goal of the movement of humanity, the historians study the men of whom the greatest number of monuments have remained: kings, ministers, generals, authors, reformers, popes, and journalists, to the extent to which in their opinion these persons have promoted or hindered that abstraction


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    postulate in English

    beg entreat implore beseech solicit plead supplicate suppose conjecture presume theorise theorize posit predicate speculate

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    posit postulate contend ask call for demand involve necessitate need require take beg entreat implore beseech solicit plead supplicate suppose conjecture presume theorise theorize predicate speculate