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    1. Even if you’ve been an avid golfer, a fiend for tennis, loved playing hockey or zooming downhill on skis, you can’t assume you’ve retained your sense of balance

    2. Assume realistically inflation, spending pattern and life expectancy

    3. Also define the risk you need to assume, which should be in tune with your comfort level

    4. Taktor would assume Tahlmute's claim was valid because doostEr was there to haul for him

    5. ‘The future … that Lisle man is out of the running, I assume

    6. They could only assume that the people Herndon was opposed to were hauling the crate into the shuttle cargo bay

    7. "We will err on the side of caution and assume that the existence of that virus is fact," Vincef said, "I can assume we are immune in the afterlife, but it is unlikely we will find a way to undo its effects in converted and trained natives

    8. Calling that name would cause her to assume these settings and appear

    9. Fred drops in just after half eleven – he’s been round to see his lady friends and doesn’t comment at all about them being ill, so I can assume they haven’t had any adverse reaction to the food

    10. ‘I assume it’s Andy Scott then

    11. They might not know they are, but we can assume Talstan counts them as one

    12. Tales of creation vary according to time and place in any given universe, and yet, when you hear those dusty tales it is the similarities between them that strike you the most, and from these similarities we assume that there must at least be a grain of truth shared amongst our stories of beginning

    13. I have primed Wiesse that we are expecting an extra incomer and assume, again from what you wrote, that it is someone with Errdian heritage – unless they are totally unsuitable, and I sincerely doubt you would be sending them across if that were the case, there will be no problem allowing him or her to stay

    14. ‘Somewhere between here and Bristol? I assume he’s going to be relying on the train for transport?’

    15. Already there was a fair bit of activity in the streets – people wandering around in what she could only assume was special holiday attire for men of brightly coloured shorts and tops, some women in absurdly brief skirts, others in long muslin affairs that wouldn’t look out of place on Errd, most of them carrying bags of towels and dragging small noisy children laden with buckets and spades

    16. which assume the shape of giants

    17. when her rags and hanging mules assume the dull

    18. ‘I assume you want to use that bay of yours, Berndt

    19. Assume the first stage of the posture which by now will be familiar to you, bat this time bend your left leg until your heel touches your right buttock

    20. In this third and final stage you assume the second pose as in figure 51 but instead of placing your left arm outside the left knee you place it inside as I have demonstrated in figure 50

    21. I assume things weren't very good because the brain's defense mechanism doesn't filter out good events

    22. She doesn’t seem to feel any of this is unusual so I assume they get lots of people here who need help … but that cannot be, surely?

    23. It was safe to assume they didn't come back either

    24. ‘In that case I can only assume that you’ve been promoted, won the lottery or that your man, Alastair, has got his act together at long last

    25. "Then it would be natural to assume there will be activity in the impactors also would it not?"

    26. Now for many women, they would automatically assume the man had cheated

    27. Everyone I have to deal with appears to be behaving like a total idiot and then, in addition to that, my nerves are such that if I hear a conversation stop as soon as I walk into the room, I assume they are talking about Alastair and me

    28. Since we are still receiving time slices, we have to assume she’s on our side

    29. “There’s a war on, we have to assume

    30. To try the Sway Test, assume a standing position and

    31. ‘Jane said toddling – so I assume eighteen months to two years

    32. our explanation here, we will assume that the emotion

    33. Okay, so let's assume that the M is Margaret Stevenson

    34. Then in the panic that would follow, he would step in and assume control

    35. “Lady Rayne, we assume you will be planning a visit to our Lord Tarak’s assailants,” they said bowing

    36. People that assume there is no soul are in one way

    37. Taking my hand, he leads me into the dining room where, as he said, there are candles on the table, illuminating a simple supper of pâté, red wine and, I assume toast, at least there is a pile of bread beside an electric toaster

    38. He’s looking a lot calmer than he was on Friday so I assume Ginny is better than she was

    39. I assume I probably look much the same as I sit sipping my tea, grateful for the warm liquid and highly appreciative of the fact that the world has returned to normal

    40. Not surprising considering what Ozzie put her through – but she’d married him after all, it was reasonable to assume she knew what she was doing at the time

    41. Shaun seemed to assume that she would be on his side, but all she wanted was some light, and the simple ease of chemical contentment

    42. Should he assume that the mystery

    43. You are not the one under investigation here anyway, do not assume it is Kulai either

    44. “Since the professor is here, I assume you are talking about the investigation of the charges Ava brought,” Delurna replied

    45. We can only assume they set up some sort of trap for Dan as he was accessing the database

    46. I can assume that Dan is somewhere in the lower regions because that is where Kallo’s apprentices are most active

    47. It was reasonable to assume it was the size of the room above in at least one of its dimensions

    48. "We can only assume his death was at the Demon's hands," the elder child, Carillign, said, drifting to her sister's side

    49. "We should assume he was taken there

    50. We can assume it is the equivalent of their executive offices or royal palace or Pentagon, whatever serves for a seat of government in this society

    1. As I had left my Cat Woman suit at home that day, I natural y assumed that these comments were aimed elsewhere

    2. Menopause was assumed to mark an end in women's interest in sex

    3. ” Sam assumed his adoring look as he followed her to the limousine

    4. Some things had to be investigated instead of assumed, and now that he knew for sure the door was locked, he knew exactly how to proceed

    5. We had assumed he

    6. ‘I always assumed that they were mistaken

    7. I’d naturally assumed that she’d driven here

    8. they assumed that previous x-ray analysis was wrong, but i knew

    9. He kept smiling, and assumed the relaxed, legs crossed,

    10. Glenelle didn't really understand all of that, assumed she meant back to the main expedition

    11. He had a light breakfast, reviewed his plan for the day and then checked his voice mails There were three from unknown caller which he assumed were from his creditors

    12. had assumed the revolutionary name of Marat was, according to the press and the

    13. When the door to my cell opened and he squatted down in front of me I had assumed that he was as nonchalant about all of this as he looked

    14. I assumed, given that they had not put a bullet in my head yet, that I was valuable to them

    15. It was assumed they could find a large area with a climate like Talstan's that was uninhabited, they were easy to find on the low res maps they had

    16. They think they are leading the church closer to God, but are actually taking the church away from God because they have assumed a role that is

    17. Now if you assumed that they allowed twelve millivolt logic over there, you could get enough logic to run one soul at a time, serially

    18. Where once I had assumed that defiance through starvation might change things for the better, I now felt that an end was the only answer, my end

    19. I assumed that the journey west continued and I tried to think of places that they might have brought me to; Oxford, perhaps, or Reading

    20. I assumed this was where they held Menachem Dov

    21. Native astronomers assumed it had collided with a smaller asteroid in a solar orbit and that had changed its orbit

    22. We assumed at first that it was thunder, a spring storm rolling over the Cotswold Hills, perhaps, but then Menachem pointed down towards the road outside our building

    23. What about before you came across? Renald had jumped to the conclusion that you were looking into the problem of illegal immigrants … what if someone had picked up on that and assumed it was correct … yes, that would present a valid reason for someone to try to kill her

    24. I know I have assumed a lot in sending her across without permission, but thought it would save time – as well as being convenient

    25. The man who had assumed the revolutionary name of Marat was, according to the press and the revolutionary council, dead and buried

    26. Satan assumed that he had overpowered the Son of God

    27. The header assumed one already had a context set up that was bigger than the message

    28. I have to say that I still find it a mental leap too far to realise that you are Ambassador to a society that I always assumed was a myth

    29. New Speak, assumed the position and the style

    30. Any time that she would speak to me the truth straightforwardly, I assumed that she was bullying me

    31. ‘And who told you that?’ he asked, a sharp curiosity breaking through his assumed man-about-town manner

    32. (rather than to any supposed images of an assumed reality

    33. ’ Berndt replied defensively, ‘I assumed he would have told you

    34. She couldn’t remember a thing about the end of the evening and assumed that her bloke had buggered off somewhere

    35. In olden days she would have been called a witch, but the soldier, being thoroughly modern in his outlook, just assumed that she had wandered off from her care home

    36. From this Alan assumed that Ava had spoken to Elmore and Elmore had spoken to the captain

    37. There was a look of madness in every elected representative’s eyes, and the reporters in the gallery, having assumed they were in some way mentally sub-normal, were ready to hang on every word that the great politician might say

    38. "Using the entanglement ratios we assumed earlier

    39. ‘Where would we live?’ … then realise that I have calmly assumed it would be ‘we’ … he’s latched onto that as well, with a delighted grin, he reaches across the table and grabs my hand

    40. Of course he assumed their society would grow with souls from the planet, though they didn't age, millions died every year and at least some of the bodies could be recovered

    41. Lucy asked her step-brother if he was awake and receiving no reply assumed that he had fallen asleep at the table

    42. They both assumed that the song was being played on the television when they heard the now familiar first few notes settle on top of the thick walls of late afternoon air that folded around them like hot summer blankets

    43. circles too, although it assumed a slightly more hushed and

    44. They assumed, as did everyone else who had stopped to look at

    45. assumed that her bloke had buggered off somewhere

    46. soldier, being thoroughly modern in his outlook, just assumed that

    47. at least, I’ve always assumed that was the

    48. having assumed they were in some way mentally sub-normal, were

    49. ” I assumed that the emotion would be fear or

    50. ) It could be assumed that

    1. never happen unless someone assumes the authority and puts everything

    2. This man assumes the power over the situation

    3. assumes the weightless nature of water,

    4. Billy assumes it’s the muscle

    5. Everyone assumes something

    6. This is because once again Access recognises fields with identical names and assumes it is the primary and foreign key

    7. Suffered again? The machine assumes

    8. one assumes, rest and air to tired students in between lectures

    9. The mind assumes that the world and the things in it are the sources of happiness

    10. The reader assumes full responsibility for the use of the information within this document

    11. The maintenance of this monopoly has hitherto been the principal, or more properly, perhaps, the sole end and purpose of the dominion which Great Britain assumes over her colonies

    12. He assumes the girls have merely moved it to another part of the parking lot, so he looks around, but fails to see it

    13. As a military officer submits, without reluctance, to the authority of a superior by whom he has always been commanded, but cannot bear that his inferior should be set over his head; so men easily submit to a family to whom they and their ancestors have always submitted; but are fired with indignation when another family, in whom they had never acknowledged any such superiority, assumes a dominion over them

    14. In the progress of despotism, the authority of the executive power gradually absorbs that of every other power in the state, and assumes to itself the management of every branch of revenue which is destined for any public purpose

    15. assumes the mantle of captain, one assumes much more than merely the command of a ship

    16. “When one assumes command of a ship, Commander, it’s always

    17. This is not some recent phenomenon, although it may oftentimes appear that way in light of the many enhancements that continue to emerge without reprieve, but a cross-generational work in process, rather, that often assumes different sizes and shapes yet whose fundamental principles remain constant

    18. (evolutionary) mission; overbearing in the manner it assumes a (uniquely) higher moral authority predicated on vague, oftentimes mistaken (historical) assumptions (improperly) formed by modern ideology

    19. God remains, of course, the ―Primary Mover‖ or ―First Cause‖ of the material universe; that is to say, God is/was not an initial event, that assumes pre-existing causal factors, but a ―Being‖ rather, existing outside the boundaries of external causes

    20. Moral Relativism lacks a supporting structure; that is to say, lacks a universal standard by which to (correctly) assess the proposed merits of some moral or ethical proposition whereas Moral Absolutism, drawn to its own (unconditional) point(s) of reference or final conclusions, oftentimes assumes too heavy a burden that must otherwise be lessened by degrees or fall under its own weight

    21. Prevention is always better than cure but this Guide assumes the worst case scenario – your employee travelling in Africa is kidnapped

    22. This responsibility assumes far greater importance for our public officials who many of us otherwise expect to lead by example

    23. That assumes Mexico would take the offer, since they had turned down two previous US offers to buy Texas

    24. But that assumes the war ends with US nuclear weapon use

    25. The death of a dear friend, wife, brother, lover, which seemed nothing but privation, somewhat later assumes the aspect of a guide or genius; for it commonly operates revolutions in our way of life

    26. As symbols go, is there a significant difference? Each assumes a belief that the other is there, and a faith that can act upon the premise

    27. In the second quote Jesus is answering the question that assumes that marriage is a covenant that exists beyond the grave

    28. Chapter 5, “So when did mere hominid become Man? The so-called Homo erectus seems to have been a simple, tool-making ‘animal,’ which assumes an ability to retain in memory certain procedures of manufacture, along with an occasional fortuitous accidental improvement that could then have been purposefully replicated…At what point can we say that (this) proto-man became Man?”

    29. Command hypnosis works only with people that exhibit a high level of suggestibility, and the hypnotist assumes authoritative control over the subject, imposing her or his domination and control over the subject’s mind

    30. one assumes the function of the other; however they will act

    31. these verses do not state that God will resurrect the cremated, the good doctor ASSUMES this

    32. If STEP value is not mentioned then by default computer assumes it to be +1

    33. didn’t mention the step value, thus, computer automatically assumes it by 1 and updates the value

    34. “But that assumes they are completely unprepared

    35. ” He paused there and then continued, “It also assumes that each of you has a strong moral core which extends well beyond our primary objectives

    36. Man assumes that he gets his

    37. Jaden can’t see its face, but assumes it’s someone on Bellona’s team

    38. One test assumes a building engineer who discovers toxic gas in a school’s forced air heating system that would kill five children in a room if not diverted

    39. intently and you will see how the mind assumes innumerable

    40. Only when a pawn assumes the role of the powerful,

    41. Unless a pawn who assumes the role of

    42. It establishes, then, in a somewhat lyrical language at times, an epitome of experiences and personal accounts, writing pad or diary of cultural pilgrimage, without the religious emphasis that such concept normally assumes

    43. Allen assumes constantly, which is a direct result of his huge ego

    44. This method assumes that the

    45. The Alexis de Tocqueville institution reports that ―EPA consistently assumes that future sites will include children, who will live there for 70 years, ingesting less than one teaspoon of local dirt every day, and rely exclusively on contaminated local ground water for bathing and drinking‖

    46. One assumes that the adorned

    47. for granted and given no appreciable role in the persistence of the pen, and it is enough to study the molecular makeup of the pen in an imagin-ary isolation, an isolation that is completely mysterious and nonphysical because it assumes that nothing need exist outside the pen for the pen to 34

    48. that he was shitty to me at any time in our lives, he assumes that I

    49. Anyone who has ever been taken advantage of by someone he trusted would, one assumes, become paranoid or at least skeptical

    50. one who assumes his mistakes, and learns from it, and follows his path, and once more

    1. But two witnesses are a must (assuming that they too won't be killed in action or go under)

    2. "Assuming you wish to help of course

    3. He nodded vigorously, assuming that this would provide the necessary proof

    4. The thug, and I was assuming this was Sammy the Shark, would have cut a ruggedly stylish figure except for the filthy looking street tattoos all over his arms and creeping up the visible side of his face to the left temple

    5. "We are assuming that we will need to use coercion to convert the natives, is there no chance the message alone might be enough?"

    6. I heard odd scufflings and the opening and closing of doors, assuming that it was my guards moving about my new and as yet undiscovered home

    7. I tried to rationalise my way through the long days, assuming that it must be far too risky for my fellow prisoners to communicate every day

    8. That being the case, and assuming it was nothing to do with the JJ issue – after all, why would anyone bother with such a personal thing? – it had to be something to do with her job …

    9. They knew Alan intended to reach this city, but they couldn't manufacture enough probes to watch the piers, assuming he would get here across these docks

    10. But leaving that aside, the journey to Minca will take several weeks, I should think, and assuming that I retrieve that Element and return safely, I shall have a long journey across Europe to get to the last touching place … if I don’t get going on that fairly quickly, the winter will take hold and I shall not be able to go until the spring

    11. ‘No …’ he conceded ‘Also, they can’t know which order you are intending to retrieve them … the Ercolano episode may just have been them assuming you would act because the volcano was near to eruption

    12. “need I remind you what it said?” She stood, assuming her role as leader, “Never again will a world die because of us

    13. Rather than assuming it is related to you and leaping to negative conclusions about your promotion, you could say to yourself, “He"s probably just stressed about a deadline or other problem

    14. "Assuming the one doing the encapsulating has perfect knowledge of the universe or universes he is simulating

    15. His wife looked at him sternly, crossing her arms and assuming

    16. ' Mandy followed her glance and was about to boast of her recent tour in the new bungalows, anxious to to share her experience with some friendly ear; when the woman remarked snidely, “I can't see where they get off, putting on airs and assuming they can just buy a station in the community that's so obviously above their rank or right place!”

    17. When the mortuary technician found him on his knees in the mortuary’s ante-room, he tried to help, making a sustained but weary effort to persuade Billy to sit down and have a cup of tea, assuming that he was related to the girl on the trolley, but there were no handles by which he could get a hold of the flaking singer

    18. She knew from his old pictures that he had looked like a very old man for many centuries, not assuming his present appearance til the 40th century

    19. ‘So, assuming that she stays in this condition – what options are there?’ he asked, looking directly at the doctor standing beside him

    20. “I wonder if this is a case where we can make progress by assuming lie minimization?” Shaney asked

    21. Assuming a fierce face, with tea towel in hand, I storm into the kitchen to face my assailant

    22. Who’s to say how long each of us has to spend here, in the physical world? We go along assuming we have three score years and ten, or nearer four score and ten these days, and consider ourselves short changed if a lifespan is anything less

    23. I explain: someone says something to you assuming you will understand exactly what he has in mind

    24. “You’re assuming he was raped

    25. of the city, assuming that this is an honest

    26. Perfect awareness—having passed the swell of time, I remain in history—looked at as an ass for assuming To communicate what I might—repressing some saving Grace from myself, not knowing if I deserve it—“I would Have it as it is, rather than not have it at all?”—Should A saving grace be given to thieves, tress-passers, Law-breakers—a solution is pain reduction, and life sustenance, Not pride games and social repression—the endorphins Replete of all respect find endurance through pompous Wanderings of the ego in control—the ego who would Take the blame and ends up being the only one to know Its great reward—to hide this scar, to pretend it did not 68

    27. on your side, the faster things can move, that is, assuming they are

    28. give me some money, assuming that I no

    29. His mistake lays in assuming that Romania could

    30. with someone who has the technical skills (assuming you do not)

    31. in assuming that? But first the bandits, and now this! I could hear

    32. twenty year old murderer for the next 50 years (assuming his life span to be

    33. But she could pick at it as she made her way back down the ridge to the cave, assuming and hoping that Mercer had limped his way into it by now

    34. “You know, you really have a bad habit of assuming things, especially about me

    35. A few soldiers rushed to come to the stranger’s aid, assuming he had been a victim of highwaymen or wild animals

    36. "Are you okay?" I shouted, assuming they were uninfected

    37. So, does that mean the remaining seven billion people on Earth are assuming unimportant or insignificant roles? Obviously not, because our incarnation here grants us an opportunity to perform a role, which helps complete the mosaic of life on this planet

    38. shuttles assuming they were on his side

    39. Even given the wonders of micro-surgery, if it was a couple of weeks before she received proper medical attention then most of her foot would already be dead, assuming she survived that long herself

    40. Assuming we can get there and seal the door before the fuel ignites, we should be quite safe in there

    41. That’s assuming he took this crazy trail in the first place

    42. In India, their principal settlements or Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta, which had before been altogether independent of one another, were subjected to a governor-general, assisted by a council of four assessors, parliament assuming to itself the first nomination of this governor and council, who were to reside at Calcutta ; that city having now become, what Madras was before, the most important of the English settlements in India

    43. There had been no further sign of the Elusiver, no word of leaving, assuming it really had visited

    44. lived a life without worry, always assuming

    45. One would be entering speculative territory by assuming that the Bible should be interpreted differently

    46. He picked it up, and while he was close to the door he quietly fitted the door chain into its slot, just in case Ronnie decided to get in, assuming he wasn't

    47. Assuming that these layers would have had inconsistencies and that they were not perfectly smooth and spherical, some parts of the inner and outer rock layers may at some point have come into contact with each other

    48. ' He buckled his belt, assuming a Cowboy drawl

    49. far by assuming the laity is too busy or spiritually

    50. anything else and I’m assuming that other than my

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