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Critics, he says, jump at certain groundless conclusions; they pass adverse judgment and then proceed to reason on it; and, assuming that the poet has said whatever they happen to think, find fault if a thing is inconsistent with their own fancy.
For example, rather than assuming that all the options are exercised if the stock price reaches a selected multiple of the exercise price, a lattice model also can permit the assumption that only a certain percentage of outstanding options are exercised.
The remediation time for the HEPA/vaccine plan was computed by assuming that 1,000 Hazmat workers (using level C protection) are available to perform remediation 10 h per day, which is [approximately equal to] 3 times larger than the labor force used at the Brentwood and Hart buildings, and that 200 samplers can each perform 24 samples in 4 h plus have 6 h for donning and removing protective gear, rest, and rehydration.
Assuming that an average floor is 4 meters high, it would mean the building has 13 floors.
If A is treated as a corporation, and assuming that Secs.
Economist David Montgomery of Charles River Associates notes that even assuming that the U.
We've been awfully provincial in assuming that our findings in social psychology reflect human nature," she argues.
In addition, a later analysis (13) claiming to confirm the impact of age on risk for infection did so only by assuming that age had no influence on subsequent risk for death.
Assuming that no material modification of the liability occurs and that no election to apply a different set of regulations is made, the general effective date rules are as follows.