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Administration officials have told states to be ready to distribute a vaccine or vaccines as early as November on the assumption that one or more would be approved by the Food and Drug Administration by year’s end or early next year.
Biden’s advisers have prioritized planning for vaccine distribution on the assumption that one or more vaccines would be authorized, or close to approval, by early next year.
If the shifts among women and older voters seen in the Post-ABC poll reflect an actual shift in the electorate — a fair assumption based on a wide range of other state and national polls — that seems very difficult to do.
The IOC’s understanding of risk, he maintained, was based on an assumption of “slow randomness” rather than the “extreme randomness” that the Oxford researchers believe governs the financial risks of hosting the games.
These conclusions are largely based on unfounded assumptions – rather than actual detailed inspections, physical analysis or testing of any of the building systems.
Unfortunately, experts said, scientists really weren’t ready for their assumptions about governments — and people — to be dead wrong.
CORONAVIRUS MODELS WERE ALWAYS ABOUT MORE THAN FLATTENING THE CURVEMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 10, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
When the company started, believe it or not, the assumption was actually that the latter was the biggest issue.
That’s the last year for which the agency has published figures comparing assumptions prior to the pandemic and incorporating the virus’s effects.
Many people assume human brain sex differences are innate, but this assumption is misguided.
If your brand still thinks of Amazon advertising primarily in terms of search, it’s time to tear up those assumptions.

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