Synonym: deposit, fix, postulate, put forward, situate, state, submit. Similar words: postposition, deposit, opposite, positive, position, deposition, opposition, repository. Meaning: ['pɑzɪt /'pɒz-] n. (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning. v. 1. put (something somewhere) firmly 2. put before 3. take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom.
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1) If she needs salvation, she will posit a savior.
2) Those who posit a purely biological basis for this phenomenon are ignoring the class or political element.
3) We do not even have to posit a genetic advantage in imitation, though that would certainly help.
4) It does posit that individuals are inherently unequal in intelligence, in skills, and in status.
5) Most religions posit the existence of life after death.
6) Results The ESBLs posit ive rate of klebsiella pneumoniae was 29.8 %.
7) The Coens posit a universe without order or meaning, and while Mr. Zhang does not necessarily quarrel with this view,(http://sentencedict.com/posit.html) he treats it less as a cosmic joke than as a grim folk tale.
8) We posit that treatment with N-acetylcysteine, a precursor of glutathione, the largest intracellular thiol pool against oxidative stress, could reverse cardiac hypertrophy and fibrosis in HCM.
9) Merzenich is also a co-founder of Posit Science, a company that makes one of the brain training programs used at Walter Reed and other military and veterans hospitals.
10) Other historians posit that she died of old age around 550 BC.
11) Look for a posit as a compute programs with a mediums firm.
12) We should posit unemployees, strengen the supporting system construction of laborers, employment and social security.
13) And for any of these suspects to have done it, one had to posit a very unlikely set of circumstances.
14) Or even if not wholeheartedly within this tradition, to posit some form of violent action as the only solution.
15) The Constitution, and the courts that have interpreted it, posit rights to liberty, privacy and equal protection.
16) But A People's Tragedy sets out to do more than posit revisionist challenges to received wisdom.
17) The tracking precision is got by measuring the far - field facula posit.
18) In this paper authors have analysed the effect of sawing Posit ion upon productivity and sawing force of disk cold saw and upon the stability in sawing process.
19) Obvious examples are potentiometers and tachogenerators to monitor the posit ion and speed of a shaft.
20) The documents also include talk of Biggie's connections with the Genovese crime family in New York, and posit that the family may have photo or video evidence of the persons involved in the shooting.
21) In accounting, cash means all items that are acceptable for de - posit in a bank.
22) Though it looks complicated, their basic stand didn't oppose with each other, there has no difference of their reorganization of Kumintang and their posit of elite.
23) Counterfactuals can be used to re imagine history or to posit different futures.
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