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  1. To presuppose, however, that parents 39.
  2. What we presuppose to be true, protecting ourselves in case it.
  3. I presuppose that there are three kinds of thoughts in me: that is, one.
  4. But marketability must presuppose not only a place where they can be sold but also an opportunity to sell them at a fair price.
  5. I shall have to presuppose your attachment to her; and to enter on the subject as you wish me to do, will be asking her to tell me whether she returns it.

  6. In NLP we presuppose that all behavior has a positive intent, and so we are always looking for the positive intention, and finding that positive intention in each.
  7. Both of Them — Space and Time — cannot be manifested separately because the “ways” of Existence of one of these primary mechanisms of “the Operating System” presuppose an obligatory presence of the other complementing mechanism.
  8. Every one understands that the satisfaction of our taste cannot serve as a basis for our definition of the merits of food, and that we have therefore no right to presuppose that the dinners with cayenne pepper, Limburg cheese, alcohol, etc.
  1. The mind read is a very clever use of language, presupposing that you already.
  2. Are you angry at me? (Wife to husband, presupposing that he was angry in the.
  3. The banker was always presupposing that he could count in general on Lydgate as a coadjutor, but made no special recurrence to the coming decision between Tyke and Farebrother.
  4. Still trying to lose weight? (Friend is presupposing that you were already trying to lose weight, when you may not have been at all – at least not before they said anything).
  5. It defines a situation in which the existence or identity of a thing (or situation) depends on the co-existence of at least two conditions which are opposite to each other, yet dependent on each other and presupposing each other.
  6. Brooke had continually, in his talk with Sir James Chettam, been presupposing or hinting that the intention of cutting off the entail was still maintained; and the day on which his pen gave the daring invitation, he went to Freshitt expressly to intimate that he had a stronger sense than ever of the reasons for taking that energetic step as a precaution against any mixture of low blood in the heir of the Brookes.
  7. And in my own case I have found, that for my own welfare, and for the satisfaction of these needs of mine, all that I require is to cure myself of that folly in which I had been living, in company with the Krapivensky madman, and which consisted in presupposing that some people need not work, and that certain other people should direct all this, and that I should therefore do only that which is natural to man, i.
  1. He was too proud to act as if he presupposed that Mr.
  2. Why? Because his syllogism, in its major premise, presupposed the conclusion.
  3. Our members understand the study must be conducted in such a way that the results are not presupposed.
  4. An impression widely prevails that the life spoken of by the Apostle John, zw~sa does not include the idea of existence, which is always presupposed, but signifies only a moral condition of holy union with God, carrying with it the result of heavenly joy, in 'life eternal.
  5. Unlike a limit order, which would execute at a level that you presupposed would be the low point, and while the price was still moving downwards, your trailing stop order would not require you to guess the low point in advance and would execute only when the price started to rise.
  6. And therefore it is necessary for a society in which works of art arise and are supported, to find out whether all that professes to be art is really art; whether (as is presupposed in our society) all that which is art is good; and whether it is important and worth those sacrifices which it necessitates.
  1. Q: Still, all this presupposes some faith.
  2. The question presupposes that there's a circle.
  3. The halt presupposes the combat of yesterday and the.
  4. That presupposes there is somewhere to land, of course.
  5. Reward and punishment presupposes judgment just as Campbell affirmed.
  6. Presuppositions are an interesting way of using language that presupposes that.
  7. This concept of faith presupposes that Allah is the provider to the faithful He being their Master.
  8. Likewise, an inferiority complex is just the reverse of this but also presupposes a person who lacks confidence.
  9. An embargo, as preparatory to war, presupposes some new and hidden danger, not known to the mercantile community.
  10. Investment presupposes demonstrable value, and the typical common stock’s value can be demonstrated only by means of an established, i.
  11. Chastity is connected and cultivated in an ascetic atmosphere and state of mind, which presupposes effort, and is followed by the consolation of the.
  12. That the relation of Son and Father presupposes equality of communication and mutuality of sympathetic understanding; that Jesus and the Father were one.
  13. The very grace of the Gospel presupposes a 'wrath to come,’ and that indignation is spoken of also for those who reject the Gospel, as 'the wrath of the Lamb.
  14. With the words, I continue, Tolstoi begins a new note-book of the Journal; this note-book presupposes another which the editors have only in separate fragments.
  15. Every effort to change what is being felt or seen presupposes and confirms the illusion of the independent knower or ego, and to try to get rid of what isn’t there only prolongs confusion.
  16. Logic presupposes three possibilities, but there are millions! Cut away a million, and reduce it all to the question of comfort! That's the easiest solution of the problem! It's seductively clear and you musn't think about it.
  17. Logic presupposes three possibilities, but there are millions! Cut away a million, and reduce it all to the question of comfort! That’s the easiest solution of the problem! It’s seductively clear and you musn’t think about it.
  18. In civilized society and in an organized universe the administration of justice presupposes the passing of just sentence consequent upon fair judgment, and such prerogatives are vested in the juridical groups of the worlds and in the all-knowing administrators of the higher universes of all creation.
  19. By being able to use abstract symbols-sounds-words in order to represent something, this automatically presupposes that whatever is represented is absolutely separate from anything else in its environment, (hand, arm, shoulder) and that these symbols-words come to signify all other similar objects-phenomenon.
  20. The state to which that part of the nation which is called the bourgeoisie aspired after the shock of 1830 was not the inertia which is complicated with indifference and laziness, and which contains a little shame; it was not the slumber which presupposes a momentary forgetfulness accessible to dreams; it was the halt.
  21. So there are (and it could not be otherwise) only two definitions of beauty: the one objective, mystical, merging this conception into that of the highest perfection, God—a fantastic definition, founded on nothing; the other, on the contrary, a very simple and intelligible subjective one, which considers beauty to be that which pleases (I do not add to the word "pleases" the words "without the aim of advantage," because "pleases" naturally presupposes the absence of the idea of profit).

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