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The putative end of the Reign of Terror came on July 28, 1794, when Maximilien Robespierre, the most prominent member of the Committee of Public Safety, and his closest colleagues were executed.
If two condensates interfere in just the right way, the group predicted, experimentalists should be able to capture direct images of bubbles forming in the condensate—ones that act similarly to the putative bubbles of the multiverse.
If two condensates interfere in just the right way, the group predicted, experimentalists should be able to capture direct images of bubbles forming in the condensate — ones that act similarly to the putative bubbles of the multiverse.
Virginia’s putative leader at the Constitutional Convention, Washington’s first attorney general and second secretary of state, Edmund Randolph, suffers a fall from grace he probably doesn’t deserve.
The Commissioners strongly recommended the exemption of the putative father from any legal obligation to reimburse the parish.
The putative father may be asked to make his payments in such a way as to facilitate the recovery of the loan from the mother.
Mars, though not so frequently adopted by human females as a lover, had many children of whom he was the putative father.
"I wish I never had to do any sums that made more than three," is the putative horse's comment.
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She is yearning for the great event; not for a promised land of jerks and spasms for herself, but for her putative offspring.
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Vereker thinks of Sally's putative parents, the Arcadian shepherdess and the thunderbolt.
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