Synonym: maxim. Similar words: noxious, anxious, axis, taxi, anxiously, obnoxious, ataxia, maximum. Meaning: ['æksɪəm] n. 1. a saying that is widely accepted on its own merits 2. (logic) a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof; its truth is assumed to be self-evident.

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1 It is a widely held

*axiom*that governments should not negotiate with terrorists.2 It is a widely held

*axiom*that they should not negotiate with terrorists.3 Chomsky is committed to an

*axiom*of biological determinism.4 Today we interpret the word

*axiom*differently.5 The second

*axiom*of holistic medicine is that each person is unique and each program must be individualized.6 In aromatherapy, the

*axiom*is: always be guided by your aroma preference.7 The

*axiom*states that a population not represented in a parliament can not share a government which that parliament controls.8 The

*axiom*is that these novels are the first to be written.9 For years the central

*axiom*of modern campaigning has been that elections are won and lost on television.10 For the San Francisco 49ers, however, that

*axiom*will change Saturday,[www.Sentencedict.com] particularly in the right guard position.11 What we have here is proof of the

*axiom*that shit happens.12 He was setting forth an important

*axiom*.13 I've never deviated from that

*axiom*.14 Establishment of reconciliation cesser secta

*axiom*.15 The concern about this

*axiom*stemmed from the fact.16 This was not the

*axiom*he wanted.17 The relation between the deterministic

*axiom*and large cardinals.18 In this

*axiom*system, we made a study of the coherent measures of risk and convex measures of risk, which is extended from the coherent measures of risk, and proved its representation theorem.19 So, they try to prove

*axiom*and also established similarly two new opposite field: non-Cantor's set theory and non-Euclidean geometries.20 But not like the natural science, the

*axiom*of legal reasoning is"value-judgment", and the values can not be agreed by all the people.21 It'seemed clear to him that this

*axiom*could be dispensed with.22 An approach is made to the fuzzy control

*axiom*of electric rice cookers, accompanied with an analysis of the constitution of the hardware control circuit and the design of the software system.23 Schleiermacher had no doubts about it: it was the fundamental

*axiom*of his whole system.24 It is all things to all men ... and this is perhaps its number one

*axiom*.25 Each subject has its own painful application of this misdirected

*axiom*.26 That last one, called Tychonoff's theorem, is yet another equivalence to the

*axiom*of choice.27 Were this to happen, then the assumption of their parallel

*axiom*would be invalid.28 If there was ever a product to disprove the

*axiom*"If you build it, they will come, " it's the Segway.29 This is one of the reasons why some mathematicians dislike the

*axiom*of choice.30 This paper introduces embedded multivalued dependency, generalized join dependency, subset dependency under fuzzy null value circumstances and corresponding

*axiom*.