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Senate staffers generally say it’s good to look at what’s already passed in the House to get a sense of what a hypothetical Democratic-controlled Senate might take up.
AMERICA NEEDS A DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTIONMATTHEW YGLESIASSEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
In an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” she tried to set up a hypothetical in which Biden were president during the outbreak.
For instance, if Party A wins 10 out of 15 seats with 70 percent of the vote in an actual election, then Party B, in a hypothetical election, should win 10 seats if it had 70 percent of the vote.
These surveys generally ask about a hypothetical FDA-approved vaccine.
For example, consider a hypothetical helicopter with a 30-foot rotor turning at 400 rpm.
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Studies have found liberals are less likely to accept a hypothetical expert consensus on the possibility of safe storage of nuclear waste, or on the effects of concealed-carry gun laws.
One girl was hypothetically baptised, and four children received.
For if our premisses are only hypothetically true, how can they lead to conclusions which can be declared absolutely true?
Hypothetically considered, the situation was not extraneously alarming.
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One woman (married) was baptized, hypothetically, with her infant.

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