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[sentencedict.com], 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*.