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If the belief in survival had not been already in existence these assumptions would never have been made.
A GRAMMAR OF FREETHOUGHTCHAPMAN COHEN
It was enlightened reason and patriotism gaining a victory over popular passions, over the assumptions of a State.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME XIJOHN LORD
And yet the hierarchy managed to maintain its assumptions and to overwhelm all remedial attempts.
LUTHER AND THE REFORMATION:JOSEPH A. SEISS
From these assumptions it follows, as Ptolemy shows in some detail, that any greater number of keys is useless.
THE MODES OF ANCIENT GREEK MUSICDAVID BINNING MONRO
Now, the first of these assumptions I answer, by asking, “Does it follow?”
But none of these assumptions, said Mr. Hampton, was correct.
THE RADIO BOYS RESCUE THE LOST ALASKA EXPEDITIONGERALD BRECKENRIDGE
In part, they were the assumptions of modern draughtsmen, but in some important details they differed.
The assumptions upon which Mr. Villard relies for the relevancy of his question are gratuitous.
JOHN BROWN, SOLDIER OF FORTUNEHILL PEEBLES WILSON
But we have every reason to see in these assumptions a very untrustworthy picture of reality.
THREE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE THEORY OF SEXSIGMUND FREUD
I have now before me a list of eighty-six assumptions of this sort in the Origin of Species alone.
FABLES OF INFIDELITY AND FACTS OF FAITHROBERT PATTERSON