Thesaurus / presumed


In less than a decade, Quartz was born, bought, sold, restructured and most recently, fell to its presumed deathbed.
Javier Gonzalez, a community organizer who’s also the presumed victor to take over another seat on the Imperial Irrigation District’s board, said he’s “totally against” the project if it takes water away from Imperial Valley.
At least one presumed advantage Gómez had was that she was already an elected official, so voters had some familiarity with her.
We would presume there will be more structural shake ups in the future.
The numbers pointed to strong consumer adoption of fintech services during the pandemic, something that we presumed was not unique to PayPal itself, but was likely indicative of a generally warm environment for consumer fintech services.
It’s logical to utilize blog content as a sales resource, especially if you presume that the content will eventually generate leads through inbound marketing.
So they combed YouTube for interviews celebrities who’d tested positive for covid-19 had given while presumed asymptomatic.
It also executes custom deals with larger clients, for whom we presume discounts can be had.
Unqork raised $207 million at a roughly $2 billion price point — post-money, we presume — in a Series C led by BlackRock.
At least 20 members of Congress have been infected or are presumed to have been infected with the virus thus far along with over one hundred of their staffers.


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