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Crider reasonably surmised that Nelson "was committing or attempting to commit a burglary," and "reasonably believed .
Based on anecdotal information collected with the survey results, Stunda surmised that companies and firms ultimately hired a significant number of their interns.
Wallace surmised that rainfall had pooled on the boat's canopy, then drained into the craft when the wind kicked up.
Researchers detected neuropeptide S several years ago, after they had surmised its molecular form from the shape of a receptor for the hormone on the surfaces of certain cells in brain, thyroid, and a few other tissues.
It is surmised at JED however, that the trading report filed on behalf of Mr.
He correctly surmised that the moon's trailing hemisphere as it moves around Saturn is composed of highly reflective material but that the leading hemisphere is apparently without the glitter.
A sheriff's spokesman surmised that the duck might have been the victim of children who received a BB gun as a Christmas gift and wandered unsupervised into the lagoon area to play with the new toy.
The researchers surmised that it is likely that other proteinases may also be regulated (up or down) by TB4.
Before the Mossbauer spectrometer took its first measurements, Squyres surmised that the fine-grained particles in the soil are bound only weakly by electrostatic forces.
A CHP officer initially surmised the death was a suicide, but David Campbell of the coroner's office said an investigator determined it was an accident.
A significant part of the book describes new approaches to how the barrier can be surmised for drug delivery and how it can be mimicked by artificial in vitro systems for drug testing.
Using data collected by the International Whaling Commission, Springer's team surmised that by 1969, whalers essentially wiped out the fin, sei, and sperm whales within 370 kilometers of the Aleutian Islands and the Gulf of Alaska coast.