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The assumed mechanism is that these smells activate receptors in your nose that then talk to different parts of your brain, potentially helping to regulate your experience of pain or emotion.
Ratings, a broad measurement of the number of households tuned to a particular broadcast during a particular window, was the yardstick for the assumed effectiveness of ads that aired during the same broadcast — and therefore the cost of those ads.
The magician became silent, the incense was condensed and assumed a reddish tint which gradually became more and more diffused.
Twice did Mr. Davis attempt to speak before he felt he had assumed control of his voice.
THE BRANDTHERESE BRODERICK
I assumed in my speech that it was to be returned out, and that the constitution was to come here with that article rejected.
During the next ten years he assumed the general direction of the war in Flanders and in Spain.
The Soma is protected by fire, which the bird quenches after "drinking in many rivers" with the numerous mouths it has assumed.
She had assumed some of Elinor's cares for the day, for Elinor herself had not been visible since breakfast.
A POOR WISE MANMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
In many instances, the existence of a place-name which has now assumed an English form is no proof of English race.

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