Matthew Fletcher said: The ONS now assumes
that pensioners in their 80s have slightly less chance of living into their 90s and beyond than it thought they did two years ago.
that new businesses will sprout from nowhere and established ones expand exponentially, all without funding being available.
4 : to accept as true <I assume
In an authoritarian style, one assumes
that correct knowledge and wisdom reside in the person of the leader where major decisions should be made (an assumption of the leader, often supported by some or even many of the followers).
* Geoffery Merszei, executive vice president and CFO, assumes
executive oversight for Dow's activities in Europe.
the pod you collected was ripe, with mature seeds, collected sometime in mid- to late autumn.
The model assumes
that stock prices will increase at the risk-free interest rate (B15) minus the expected dividend yield (B16), then plus or minus the price volatility (B12) assumed for the stock.
We must assume
that Gutas' point lies in the very reiteration of this general scholarly approach to the history of Islamic intellectual trends and scientific developments.
We all have a certain tunnel vision in our views: For the well-read, it is easy to assume
that everyone has the time, interest, access, and understanding to counterbalance the bias of any one news source.
The effect of this language is the second party assumes
responsibility (legal liability) for the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of the first party.
This approach assumes
that the number of daily deaths in the lth stratum, [y.sub.(l)](t), follows a Poisson distribution with the expected number of deaths on day t given by
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.