Thus, the teacher who assumes
that her students are below level in ability will teach accordingly.
They may just be waiting for an invitation to assume
Next, it is always wiser to articulate one's religious beliefs in ways that can be inclusive to your co-religionists, since there is apparently no limit to the totalitarian stance one can assume
about one's beliefs and so if you are dogmatic, someone else can always be more so.
In" Tower Power" (February 2003), regarding the construction of a skyscraper in Mexico, your reporter assumes
the building is 55 meters above Reforma Avenue and 44 meters taller than the Torre Latinoamericana.
Proponents of the just war doctrine assume
that there exists such an absolute perspective often linked to God as the foundational source of values.
2) Don't assume
that you can necessarily sell your product without modifying it and/or its packaging.
The athlete must assume
the same starting position as in the glide.
Most of the models assume
very high rates of return, based on the historical returns of a balanced stock portfolio.
It however, teams are not focused clearly on their primary roles, experience role conflict, or waste valuable energy in political conflict, law enforcement should assume
a leadership role.
According to Richard Lacey, MD, PhD, professor emeritus of clinical microbiology at the University of Leeds, England, and an expert on BSE, it is reasonable to assume
that some of the animals or products exported to the US were infected with BSE.
If theology is always rationalizing after the fact, then we err when we assume
that theologies become means for deciding on acts.
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