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  • More generally, it means any premiss of a legal reasoning.
  • The whole thing is a mess, based on a false premiss.
  • Two gift shops on the premisses sell olives and related gift items.
  • The first premiss is simply postulated : every object is identical to itself.
  • :: : : : There is nothing for me to explain, because I deny the premiss.
  • In my opinion, there are no grounds at present for the given premiss that we have to drop taxes,
  • The characteristics of NIE listed in the memorandum are seven in number, preceded by some premisses seen as a conceptual framework.
  • William Wright, Gardener at the House, will shew the Premisses .-For further Particulars enquire of Peter ELWIN, of Booton, Esq.
  • He then provides his responses to each of these premisses, numbered according to the same system ( the numbers being utilized throughout the book ).
  • On the other hand, my house aircon is nowhere as energy efficient as aircon in commercial premisses, but I'm working on that.
  • :* I agree with the basic premiss of you point, Locke : have a big discussion with lots of participants and get it over with.
  • It adapted the main building to the Baroque style and also added a number of new estate buildings as well as a Baroque garden to the premisses.
  • In the second chapter of " Debate ", Sampson first presents and numbers seven " empirical premisses " he finds in Chomsky's work.
  • This article reverses Sampson's layout, so that premise and response can be seen together, since the premisses are logically independent, whereas the responses depend directly on the premisses.
  • This article reverses Sampson's layout, so that premise and response can be seen together, since the premisses are logically independent, whereas the responses depend directly on the premisses.
  • :There is no such thing as a premiss in " critical theory ", which, like " philosophy " is just a generic term, in this case typically for theoretical models in the humanities.
  • These premisses concern historical and geographical specificities : this part of the memorandum describes in broad brushstrokes the social and cultural context in which the works are born, and to which explicit or allegorical references are made.
  • With the premiss of the album's content starting to unfold, Victor deemed it important to make the album a concept record; an entire collection of sixteen songs all telling one story, in different ways.
  • First producing on the premisses of the " Metall und Leder " company a new main building with a factory hall was set up in 1949 . The brand name was " Ravensberger Schuhe " and became widely known.
  • Personally I think it is rather more like factual nonsense, since it builds on false premisses, but it doesn't matter anyways, since the article reflects a minority opinion among a certain brand of pseudo-sciencers . ..
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