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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. “I suppose you don’t recognize me

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

    6. But someone has to do it, I suppose

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

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

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

    10. I find myself staring at the phone once I have put it down … what the hell is Dan playing at? Standing staring at my house for hours on end every evening? Is that legal? Thinking about it, I suppose there isn’t a law against it if he is standing on his property … would it count as stalking?

    11. ’ he said sounding truly concerned … I suppose in a way my losing my job is a direct result of him taking me in for questioning … but the man was only doing his job

    12. that is enough, I suppose

    13. I suppose it’s why I used the Bond analogy, although in my case it wasn’t

    14. ‘I suppose you could say I am trying prevent a silly argument becoming something even more ridiculous

    15. "I don't suppose you'd come with me?"

    16. "He told you how to do that I suppose

    17. I suppose you aren't just sharing your feelings with me

    18. She shrugged her shoulders and replied, “Must be, I suppose

    19. I don’t suppose you heard anything in the night, did you?’ he asked, getting his keys out and opening the front door of the house

    20. but then that’s what you’re good at, I suppose

    21. ‘I don’t suppose you have any boxes you don’t want, do you? Only I’m moving house and …

    22. I hadn't thought about it, but I suppose it did sound a bit silly, cartoonish even

    23. He's usually into this kind of civic action, co-operation with the Gardai kind of thing, but I suppose he knew how serious this crime was

    24. I suppose he is naturally careful what he says – comes of being a lawyer, I expect – the agency did mention that the company has a high turnover of staff though which is worrying

    25. ‘No, I suppose not

    26. In the genes, I suppose, but Mum always said it was one hell of a job

    27. ‘I don’t suppose your son is in the house, is he?’ he asked, ignoring my question

    28. “I suppose there really is no end to this, is there?” he asked

    29. For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from

    30. ‘No … but I suppose he could get that way

    31. ‘I suppose so, but he’s never talked about it

    32. After seeing Stephen with Barney, I had had lots of thoughts about the question of whether Stephen would want a family … been hanging around Dan for too many years, I suppose

    33. I suppose it was some kind of narcotic – taking into account that Zisis often provides Aphrodite with hashish, and who knows what else

    34. It was, I suppose now, a reflection of the turmoil and disorder in my head

    35. It’s always freezing cold and wet standing in the churchyard but I suppose it’s a small thing to suffer compared with what the soldiers had to go through

    36. ‘I suppose it’ll take you a few days to pick up

    37. ‘Yes, I suppose that would be good – they don’t have much contact with young people

    38. Gran was wonderful, never put restrictions on me, though, with hindsight, I suppose she must have done

    39. ‘Depends what you call a problem, I suppose

    40. That there's something he is suppose to figure out, and somehow Antonia is there to help

    41. In the genes, I suppose, but Mum always said it was one hell of a job looking after us as babies

    42. None of it’s dramatic, not in your way…I mean, how do you make a public drama out of the long drawing down of a cancer, or the slow meander of a mild epidemic, or that fatal nudge into oncoming traffic? Oh, I do things with a flourish sometimes, I suppose, the knife and the psychosis, but no, my book is made up of dark matter, whereas yours lists the stars that shine for bright, sparkling mortality

    43. ‘I suppose you could say that I work for the Errdian government

    44. It’s sort of halfway between London and Bristol, I suppose, set on chalkland

    45. ‘Oh no … he was comfortable, I suppose you’d say … he’d inherited some property when his parents died and I know he used that towards the cost of Abery Hall but other than that, he’s just worked and earned

    46. ‘Yes, I suppose so … though Gran did write about cars – she was scared shitless the first time she saw one

    47. I suppose it’s partly the fact that we have fewer people and partly the culture of family or communal living that tends to be the norm

    48. Well I suppose they are there

    49. “Down there I suppose, completely opposite from where the barn

    50. “Yes, I suppose so” said Joe

    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

    11. Violet looked to her mother’s face to find out whether this was supposed to be a joke

    12. "But isn’t he supposed to be a pony?"

    13. For someone as smart as The Operator was supposed to be, Johnny’s simple comment had completely stumped him

    14. This was supposed to be a happy time

    15. He was caught already! How did this happen? The United Order wasn’t supposed to know any of their real identities, let alone where Johnny lived

    16. “You’re a little late, aren’t you? Isn’t this supposed to be delivered first thing in the morning? While it is morning, it most certainly is not first thing,” Ackers rambled, trying to get some sort of information out of the paper boy while confusing him at the same time

    17. No wonder he stayed back at the base; how was anyone supposed to think clearly when they were out in the field with all these distractions?

    18. "What is that supposed to mean?" he asked with heat, but noticed a girl halfway across the courtyard

    19. Everything that happens, is supposed to happen

    20. "Waldeis," Tahlmute answered and looked at him like that was supposed to mean something

    21. alone knows what way it is supposed to be

    22. By the time Kortrax approached noon they were supposed to be nearing their destination, the counter on the wagon wheel said they had come two hundred thirty eight miles already

    23. Although it was supposed to be highly confidential and felonious to breach, the people at W

    24. “She's supposed to be coming back here”, the little voice in her head repeated, and then Kandhi grew suspicious

    25. shows the importance of this passage in Acts 7:25 - “For he supposed his brethren

    26. I’m supposed to be doing my doctorate, but they wanted Noondie Hypermass Physics specialists for this and there aren’t more than two or three dozen in the whole world…"

    27. "I thought they were supposed to be thin in this sector

    28. ! A few days later, Aphrodite will inform me Billy is interested in lucid dreaming a lot, and Alexander has been teaching him in private! What a serious person for the guru to teach personally! Is Bill supposed to be balanced enough for this? ?

    29. Then Athena, who has studied multimedia in London and is supposed to be a great expert in computers, yet she is completely off base

    30. Bahkmar could see it from where he was, but he wasn't supposed to admit it

    31. I’m supposed to be your partner

    32. He knew he was supposed to laugh at those jokes, but he’d never felt more humorless in his life

    33. "Chief, how is anyone supposed to do this job knowing about all the things we've never even heard of that can go wrong

    34. "Was I supposed to?" he asked sarcastically

    35. "I thought we were supposed to," Bahkmar said, "and I enjoyed that feeling

    36. If we were supposed to have feelings for them, wouldn't they be with us in the Afterlife?"

    37. By the letter of Holy Law they weren't supposed to be sharing this information but the only person that could know would be another tech tapping into their duty environment

    38. It is supposed to be a second class hotel -we paid that much too- but it is hardly fifth class

    39. “Look, I know I’m not supposed to mention it, but when you moved us here there were four of us in the van…

    40. " In fact Jalloo was a good portion of the variety he was supposed to indulge in and she considered that an important fringe benefit to this job

    41. this is the way we are supposed to live life

    42. They live life according to how society tells you that you’re supposed to

    43. In Mark chapter 6, Jesus is back where good religion tells you you’re supposed to stay

    44. What are devout Pharisees doing in the land of the seven? Why are they there in the marketplaces where sin is rampant? Aren’t they supposed to be in Jerusalem?

    45. He is supposed to be the King

    46. Even though she wasn't supposed to be here, the time she spent on the avatar had taken away from time she could have spent automating this environment, so she had to maintain it now, as well as get some of that automation in place

    47. By the time he was on top of the animal the way he was supposed to be, his whole world became the foot

    48. Saul was not jealous over the flock of Israel, and yet he was supposed to be their king

    49. Is it possible that Onesimus heard the stories of Paul, heard messages of God’s grace, mercy, and love, and heard his master speaking so highly of this Jesus, but didn’t see the reality in his life? Is it possible that Philemon was a phenomenal example of what Christianity is supposed to be, but when it came to his slaves he somehow treated them with contempt? Was Onesimus believing the words spoken, but having difficultly finding the reality of them?

    50. But from all the media he had watched, the woman was supposed to be irate with him for even looking at another woman, using the exact same words, 'love me for the person I am,' to mean exactly the opposite thing

    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

    11. Nothing could be more agreeable to the spirit of that system than a sort of bounty upon the production of money, the very thing which, it supposes, constitutes the wealth of every nation

    12. The first of these formularies, which, by way of eminence, he peculiarly distinguishes by the name of the Economical Table, represents the manner in which he supposes this distribution takes place, in a state of the most perfect liberty, and, therefore, of the highest prosperity; in a state where the annual produce is such as to afford the greatest possible neat produce, and where each class enjoys its proper share of the whole annual produce

    13. Some subsequent formularies represent the manner in which he supposes this distribution is made in different states of restraint and regulation ; in which, either the class of proprietors, or the barren and unproductive class, is more favoured than the class of cultivators ; and in which either the one or the other encroaches, more or less, upon the share which ought properly to belong to this productive class

    14. The proper performance of those several duties of the sovereign necessarily supposes a certain expense ; and this expense again necessarily requires a certain revenue to support it

    15. Agriculture, even in its rudest and lowest state, supposes a settlement, some sort of fixed habitation, which cannot be abandoned without great loss

    16. For one very rich man, there must be at least five hundred poor, and the affluence of the few supposes the indigence of the many

    17. Superiority of birth supposes an ancient superiority of fortune in the family of the person who claims it

    18. It supposes, besides, that the whole public debt is owing to the inhabitants of the country, which happens not to be true ; the Dutch, as well as several other foreign nations, having a very considerable share in our public funds

    19. Every organization supposes to have a review checklist to help the reviewer

    20. The conflict between mind and matter arises when one supposes that theories and experiences

    21. Typical, he sadly supposes

    22. Yeshua supposes he shouldn’t have invoked the prophesy of Isaiah, claiming to be the chosen one—but he is! And they must know it! Now they will

    23. Better than Navy training, anyway, where there was never a free minute, where his name had become Seaman Dick-Arm or Arm-Dick, which he supposes is better than Seaman Pinky-Dick

    24. But all in all it’s safer, he supposes, than many other jobs the Navy has to offer

    25. their source, and supposes the ideas thus presented to his mind to be his own

    26. One supposes that she must have seen the facts

    27. but, as far as I understand, it supposes that reality

    28. But how should the caged bird know about the air? It supposes gloomily ‘I have no wings’

    29. Creationism supposes that there was some powerful

    30. The author supposes that the average reader will forgive Principal Klieglight for believing that he was being not adulated, but attacked

    31. If any one supposes that I wish to exalt and exaggerate the position of the laity at the expense of the clergy, and that I think lightly of the ministerial office, he is totally mistaken

    32. The falseness of such stories is absolutely apparent, because their writer ignores the reality of science when he supposes that the speech of Al’lah’s messengers and saints (true worthy men) and their honorable Godly knowledge does not pass further than their mouths and necks, but flows with their spit

    33. Antoine is scandalised at the inhospitable rigours she supposes me to be applying to my guests

    34. may lie dormant for so long as to be almost forgotten; it may be so repressed that the man supposes it is dead

    35. That is something, Loki supposes

    36. He supposes that's one way to look at it

    37. The word ‘Maple’ stands out at the very end, right where he supposes the word ‘street’ is supposed to be

    38. surely the assumption that out doctrine supposes

    39. supposes that God punishes sinners eternally for sins committed in this brief and frail life is

    40. surely the assumption that out doctrine supposes that God punishes

    41. surely the assumption that our doctrine supposes that God punishes sinners eternally for sins committed in this brief and frail life is wholly gratuitous

    42. Constable, who supposes that Christ here holds out a description of future torment in Gehenna, under the image of separate souls suffering in Hades, as the Pharisees erroneously conceived it—is not one which can be tolerated until his general argument has been made good on other grounds

    43. The answer to this criticism is briefly as follows: (1) It supposes, but does not prove, the dissipation of the soul

    44. There can be no hesitation in affirming that any ordinary reader of Greek coming to the New Testament for the first time in the age of the apostles, would, as Archbishop Whately supposes, have taken the words now in question, singly, and still more in their striking combination, in the sense in which they are used in the preceding extracts from the Phaedon

    45. "All that your worship has said is quite true," answered the lad; "but the end of the business turned out just the opposite of what your worship supposes

    46. The battle rages with many a loud alarm and frequent advance and retreat, The infidel triumphs, or supposes he triumphs,

    47. And the criticism is just: the differences affect the whole nature, and are not, as Plato supposes, confined to a single point

    48. For with the exception of the community of women and property, he supposes everything to be the same in both states; there is to be the same education; the citizens of both are to live free from servile occupations, and there are to be common meals in both

    49. Do you know, or do you not know, that the law of England supposes every man to be innocent, until he is proved-proved—to be guilty?"

    50. Why think of them? If I call them into life across the waters of Lethe will not the poor ghosts troop to my call? Who supposes it? I, Bous Stephanoumenos, bullockbefriending bard, am lord and giver of their life

    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

    11. Supposing, however, in the mean time, that they have this effect, and they have it undoubtedly, this general enhancement of the price of all commodities, in consequence of that labour, is a case which differs in the two following respects from that of a particular commodity, of which the price was enhanced by a particular tax immediately imposed upon it

    12. Supposing the current money of the two countries equally near to the standard of their respective mints, and that the one pays foreign bills in this common currency, while the other pays them in bank money, it is evident that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in bank money, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in current money; for the same reason that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in better money, or in money nearer to its own standard, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in worse

    13. But this event, supposing it to be real, as I believe it to be, must have happened in spite of the bounty, and cannot possibly have happened in consequence of it

    14. Not only its value far exceeds what the capitals of a few private men are capable of purchasing; but, supposing they were capable of purchasing it, the manner in which it is produced renders this purchase altogether impracticable

    15. In order, therefore, to make out something like an argument, it was necessary that they should express themselves as they have done ; and this argument, even supposing things actually were as it seems to presume them to be, turns out to be a very inconclusive one

    16. Different plans have been proposed by the different parties in parliament for the better management of its affairs; and all those plans seem to agree in supposing, what was indeed always abundantly evident, that it is altogether unfit to govern its territorial possessions

    17. Supposing that the sovereign should have, what he scarce ever has, the immediate means of augmenting his revenue in proportion to the augmentation of his expense; yet still the produce of the taxes, from which this increase of revenue must be drawn, will not begin to come into the treasury, till perhaps ten or twelve months after they are imposed

    18. From this revenue, supposing that this system could produce it, must be deducted the revenue usually raised in Ireland and the plantations, for defraying the expense of the respective civil governments

    19. “Yes I am a bit but I don’t think its death itself but the pain of it and the not knowing about afterwards supposing there even is an afterwards

    20. "But supposing they find him guilty?" she reflected

    21. Supposing he went out now and called in the police, or let someone else find the body

    22. Isn’t that what you Contras wanted us to think? How could I have known? Supposing, just supposing, that for some bizarre reason I was after you, why would I look for you in Limon Harbor? Can you tell me that? And yes, Edgar was investigating drug trafficking! Don’t you dare refer to him or his work as bullshit! A more honorable man has never lived!” His body shook with agitation

    23. anywhere, the place had nearly reached the mystical non-existent state, supposing

    24. 43 Eleazar also surnamed Savaran perceiving that one of the beasts armed with royal harness was higher than all the rest and supposing that the king was on him 44 Put himself in jeopardy to the end he might deliver his people and get him a perpetual name: 45 What for he ran on him courageously through the midst of the battle killing on the right hand and on the left so that they were divided from him on both sides

    25. 32 Now Menelaus supposing that he had gotten a convenient time stole certain vessels of gold out of the temple and gave some of them to Andronicus and some he sold into Tyrus and the cities round about

    26. 44 but supposing Him to be in the company they went a day's journey and they looked for Him among their relatives and acquaintances

    27. I was supposing the rest of the holes would be uncovered, maybe today

    28. The path they had traversed was a perilous one, even for hill-men, and for that reason Conan had avoided it that day when carrying Yasmina, though Kerim Shah, following him, had taken it supposing the Cimmerian had done likewise

    29. The friends who were with Mary, seeking to comfort her, when they saw that she rose up quickly and went out, followed her, supposing that she was going to the tomb to weep

    30. he said slowly, not to be outdone by the Canadian's logic, "just supposing the Romanov gold is on dry land

    31. Supposing it was rescued -- supposing it was put in a quiet, remote place

    32. Supposing you are a Two (Helper) with responsibility for

    33. d) Or supposing that GE (a nuclear bomb maker) had a couple of nukes that are not accounted for in the military arsenal, and that are hidden in different American cities, and that after Iran gets nuclear weapons, New York City is blown off the face of the earth, and “intelligence sources”, hot on the trail, are “sure” that it was Iranian agents who did the deed and became martyrs in the detonation

    34. supposing him to have been in the company, went a

    35. His conscience pricked him about the other two divers he had murdered - yes murdered! Supposing they’d had nothing to do with Manuel, maybe they were just having a night dive? Max shifted position; guilt was sweeping over him, at the possibility that the men were innocent victims

    36. For he told us of the emptiness of their lives, their adherence to the rules of the temple, but no one or nothing cared about them or made any difference in their life, and supposing they didn’t know of any true power; but this Jesus that they’d heard about did

    37. And a few days later, men from other cities came and they conjoined together to stone Paul, and then dragged him from the city, supposing him to be dead

    38. For the last, more than several, weeks, God was preparing me for this visit in Antioch, and at the time, had no idea that it might be for this purpose, or am I supposing, but still as yet, the full impact of this learning session, hasn’t fully sunk in

    39. Even supposing that buildings were a given, it might be

    40. This provides another reason for supposing that

    41. Even supposing they are in a minority, when judged by human estimate, they will still prove at last to be very many in the kingdom of glory, an enormous company, "a multitude which no man can number

    42. I own that I care little for some of the provisions of that Bill, and I doubt much if they would work well, supposing they passed the fiery ordeal of Lords' and Commons' Committees

    43. But supposing these things are true, what aught those unhappy persons to do who have no marks of regeneration about them, and feel that they are not born again? Are they to sit still in hopeless despair?

    44. But supposing a person finds in himself some reason to hope that he really is born again, and has the true marks of regeneration, what is he to do? Is he to sit still, and take no more trouble about his soul?

    45. first "supposing" session, it was to be aroused anew when I later came across what was written in

    46. ‘But even supposing they do, they’ll take a devil of a time sorting it

    47. He extremely refused asserting that he was not our Master Jesus (cpth) and denied that strongly, yet they did not hear his utterance nay they killed and crucified him supposing him to be our Master Jesus (cpth)

    48. Was the man they thought was the greatest magnate of them all and the grand provider of succor the disciple of a cow?! Even supposing Al’lah had made it speak, why did He send Al-Khidr to prevent Sheikh Abdul-Kadir Al-Jaylani from entering the city of science, according to these claims?!

    49. Supposing I had died in the process, it would simply mean that my choice of him as a comforting companion is completely of no effect

    50. Supposing we keep a chill at the entire bottom, it is EQUIVALENT to

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    Synonyms for "suppose"

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

    "suppose" definitions

    express a supposition

    expect, believe, or suppose

    to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds

    take for granted or as a given; suppose beforehand

    require as a necessary antecedent or precondition