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premisingの例文

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  • If the premise isn't unique, the ethnicity is.
  • The premise sounds like the plot of a new TV series.
  • On Thursday night, she simply rejected Garn's premise:
  • For a generation, no one could argue with that premise.
  • That is the premise of what is known as narrative theology.
  • Our whole society is premised on the honesty of public officials.
  • Given that premise, baseball has to keep its devoted core.
  • According to Duff's premise, Jesse Garon Presley survived.
  • That was Vecchione's premise for jumping into the ring.
  • However, given its premise, it is extremely well done.
  • It's a thin premise punctuated by even thinner execution.
  • Other images were chosen to prove the show's premise.
  • That's the premise on which these rules were developed.
  • Not that the film's premise is all that bad.
  • "I accept your premise, " he said.
  • Major premise : The Constitution protects nonmisleading ads for lawful products.
  • Minor premise : Cigarettes are lawful products ( to adults ).
  • The premise is no different from ensemble dramas past and present.
  • Its very premise is to question whether global peace is desirable.
  • If the premise sounds too lighthearted, it isn't.
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