- The notion of escape from the present is ubiquitous in these works, consistent with the presumption underlying the idea of Utopia as a place of retreat from the present world.
- We will have changed the presumption from the idea that the Internet is not regulated to one that it is regulated.
- Valerie is blinded by her presumptions to the true answers to any of these questions.
- In London a spokesman for the Lord Chancellor's office said family law cases in England and Wales were generally heard in camera, although there was no presumption that they had to be.
- My own personal presumption is innocence until proven guilty.
- The presumption that everyone in Brisbane follows the Broncos is nonsense… and the number of Bulldogs fans at Lang Park last Sunday surely confirm that.
- Such a decision, especially today, requires extraordinarily strong reasons for overriding the presumption in favor of peace and against war.
- Even in regard to criminal statutes the presumption in favour of strict construction is nowadays rarely applied.
- There is, therefore, a presumption in favour of the appeal proposal under S54A unless other material considerations indicate otherwise.
- I can't convince people there is a God and I really have no desire to, except in moments of arrogant presumption that somehow my knowledge is better than that of others.
- Which will probably teach me something about arrogance and presumption.
- It is one thing to seek to excuse Machiavelli's cynicism and cruelty on the grounds that he was a man of his time - a victim as well as an architect of Renaissance arrogance and presumption.
Middle English: from Old French presumpcion, from Latin praesumptio(n-) 'anticipation', from the verb praesumere (see presume).
Palabras que riman con presumptionassumption, consumption, gumption, overconsumption
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