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    1. things are not working out with you as they suppose to

    2. Luke: 7:43: Simon answered and said, I suppose that he, to whom he forgave most

    3. “And I suppose you’re going to spend the rest of the night fantasizing about it, then?”

    4. Luke: 7:43: Simon answered and said, I suppose that he, to whom he forgave most

    5. “I suppose you don’t recognize me

    6. ‘Yes, there was something about her that I could relate to … I still don’t know what it was … a vulnerability, I suppose

    7. But someone has to do it, I suppose

    8. ‘But, I suppose if she loved him enough, and she thought it was what he wanted, she might do that

    9. I suppose that is why it hit me so very hard when Joanna appeared on the scene and shattered everything

    10. “Then I suppose you would like to enlighten us with the answer?” Ms

    1. Moreover, until recently, feelings of sexuality and sexual need among those over 60 years of age might be cause for guilt feelings, based on the culturally constructed assumption that people were supposed to "mature out of" sexual interest and become sexual neuters as they entered into their so-called "golden years

    2. Those people who are closest to you that are supposed to love you and support

    3. But aren’t boyfriends supposed to do those things? Travis didn’t really get it, so he decided to give it up for a while

    4. Maybe he shouldn’t have yelled quite so loud? Maybe he shouldn’t have said anything at all? Maybe he should have come in early to give his computer a head start in booting up? What was he supposed to be doing again? Looking for the sales report!

    5. “I didn’t think you were supposed to eat it

    6. “This is supposed to be a front for the United Order, so the technology will be quite a bit more advanced,” Johnny said

    7. “We’re supposed to be doing this the quiet way,” she added with a glare

    8. Parenting was never supposed to be only the father and mother’s task

    9. She'd slept a couple hours, a couple more on the cushion in the front room, when she was supposed to be ready to say hello loudly

    10. “It’s working exactly as it’s supposed to

    1. With a swift kick, Andrew knocked the wooden door off its hinges, supposing that he could always go back and fix it once the crisis was averted

    2. The great accession both of territory and trade by our acquisitions in North America and the West Indies, will sufficiently account for this, without supposing any diminution in the capital stock of the society

    3. labourer's, therefore, supposing them to have been constantly employed, were much superior

    4. The wages of the master mason, supposing him to have been without

    5. We cannot, therefore, be very wrong in supposing that the middle price was not less than one-third of the highest price at which this statute regulates the price of bread, or than six shillings and eightpence of the money of those times, containing four ounces of silver, Tower weight

    6. But, in the course of these sixty-four years, there happened two events, which must have produced a much greater scarcity of corn than what the course of the season is would otherwise have occasioned, and which, therefore, without supposing any further reduction in the value of silver, will much more than account for this very small enhancement of price

    7. The rise, indeed, supposing there has been any, has hitherto been so very small, that after all that has been said, it may, perhaps, appear to many people uncertain, not only whether this event has actually taken place, but whether the contrary may not have taken place, or whether the value of silver may not still continue to fall in the European market

    8. If, notwithstanding a great rise in the price, it still continues to prevail through a considerable part of the country, it is owing in many places, no doubt, to ignorance and attachment to old customs, but, in most places, to the unavoidable obstructions which the natural course of things opposes to the immediate or speedy establishment of a better system : first, to the poverty of the tenants, to their not having yet had time to acquire a stock of cattle sufficient to cultivate their lands more completely, the same rise of price, which would render it advantageous for them to maintain a greater stock, rendering it more difficult for them to acquire it; and, secondly, to their not having yet had time to put their lands in condition to maintain this greater stock properly, supposing they were capable of acquiring it

    9. As to the high price of corn during these last ten or twelve years, it can be sufficiently accounted for from the badness of the seasons, without supposing any degradation in the value of silver

    10. But they were sophistical, in supposing, that either to preserve or to augment the quantity of those metals required more the attention of government, than to preserve or to augment the quantity of any other useful

    1. If they cannot earn this by their labour, they must make it up, he supposes, either by begging or stealing

    2. Whoever discovers a new mine, is entitled to measure off two hundred and forty-six feet in length, according to what he supposes to be the direction of the vein, and half as much in breadth

    3. He makes an allowance, too, for the quantity of each metal which, he supposes, may have been smuggled

    4. On account of what may have been smuggled, however, the whole annual importation, he supposes, may have amounted to seventeen millions of piastres, which, at 4s

    5. The great quantity of silver sent annually to the East Indies reduces, he supposes, the quantities of those metals which remain in Europe to the proportion of one to fourteen or fifteen, the proportion of their values

    6. But the organization supposes communication and here

    7. In the course of their reasonings, however, the lands, houses, and consumable goods, seem to slip out of their memory; and the strain of their argument frequently supposes that all wealth consists in gold and silver, and that to multiply those metals is the great object of national industry and commerce

    8. When two places trade with one another, this doctrine supposes that, if the balance be even, neither of them either loses or gains; but if it leans in any degree to one side, that one of them loses, and the other gains, in proportion to its declension from the exact equilibrium

    9. First, It supposes, that when the price of wheat has risen so high as 48s

    10. Secondly, It supposes that there is a certain price at which corn is likely to be forestalled, that is, bought up in order to be sold again soon after in the same market, so as to hurt the people

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    suppose in English

    infer give presuppose assume deem believe

    Synonyme für "suppose"

    guess imagine opine reckon suppose think conjecture hypothecate hypothesise hypothesize speculate theorise theorize presuppose say infer give assume deem believe