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Some of that will be predicated on how well its international business does give that it accounted for 15% of its second-quarter revenues despite making up almost 75% of the user base.
Globalization—the ideal of an interconnected world—is predicated on the idea that we are stronger working together than split apart.
However, the busybody’s actions and activities are predicated not on what is visible but by what they imagine they are seeing, and this is where it gets dicey.
The rules governing the trust layer display are predicated on a very shallow “job category” to “job type” to a keyword-based ontology.
Overnight, multinational law firms closed their offices, and businesses predicated on collaboration and “face time” moved their faces to video-conferencing software.
The major term is usually the predicate of the major premise and the predicate of the conclusion.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
An argument that uses as a premise such a cause may predicate its effect as a conclusion with absolute certainty.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Forcing the subject toward the position usually occupied by the predicate emphasizes the subject.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Unity therefore dwells within us, and it is in us without the object of which we predicate that it is some one thing.
To predicate it of activity, would be to make it depend on things alien to virtue and the soul.

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putativeadjective | [pyoo-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION
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