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In one study of Dutch vacationers, researchers theorized that the building anticipation we experience when sketching out itineraries and scrounging for hotel deals was the source of this pre-trip euphoria.
He theorized this could be attributed to the higher propensity for take out and ordering in meals in urban areas.
Wood, the Polkadot founder, believes his megaproject is different because he has a track record of building actual products—rather than just theorizing about them.
Some researchers have theorized that inconsistences in data for colds may be explained by varying amounts of zinc released in different lozenges.
Further, a dermatologist and known fungal expert at Guy’s Hospital in London has theorized that moldering books could induce enough mental weirdness to have inspired some of literature’s best works.
WHY DO WE SEE GHOSTS?JAKE BITTLEOCTOBER 6, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Yet we do know what happens, even if we do just theorize about why.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
One may theorize as to its origin, but there is no historical identification of it either in epoch or by country or people.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
To modern psychology the mind is something to be used, not merely something about which to speculate and theorize.
YOUR MIND AND HOW TO USE ITWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
Plato shows that he is aware of the embarrassments: yet he is content to theorize as if they did not exist.
Where men could do little more than theorize in these matters, women were able easily and effectively to act.

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