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1 There is a general presumption that fatty foods are bad for your heart.
2 Presumption is not reality.
3 On the presumption that the doctor knows best, I took the medicine.
4 They were angered by his presumption.
5 She was enraged by his presumption.
6 I don't think that's a false presumption.
7 The presumption of innocence is central to British law.
8 Everyone is entitled to the presumption of innocence until they are proved to be guilty.
9 There is a strong presumption in favour of the truthfulness of their statement.
10 She was infuriated by his presumption in making the travel arrangements without first consulting her.
11 She was infuriated by his presumption in not consulting her first.
12 There is a general presumption that the doctor knows best.
13 They may be hoping to invert the presumption that a defendant is innocent until proved guilty.
14 But a presumption of inevitable environmental detriment is premature.
15 But it had the presumption to concern myself.
16 Indeed there is also an underlying presumption that adulthood itself confers competency as a research participant.
17 We sent in troops with the presumption that they would only stay a year.
18 The presumption should be in favor of publication and transmission rather than suppression or prior restraint,(www.Sentencedict.com) no matter what the medium.
19 Much of the presumption that surrounds Ratner's fall from grace is baseless.
20 Instead there operates a rebuttable presumption that the defendant did base his trades on the information in his possession.
21 Still, there is always a presumption against its intending to do so.
22 But this presumption may be rebutted by the slightest indication to the contrary.
23 The presumption is that resource allocation will be improved upon by this type of government activity.
24 We're having the party in the garden on the presumption that it's not going to rain.
25 The current emphasis in the psy sector is heavily weighted toward presumption of neurological or genetic deficit.
26 Ramsay, accepting the need, wondered whether even Douglas would have the presumption to propose himself for the position.
27 Thus the two sections were hurried, through ignorance and blind presumption, towards all the untold horrors of civil war.
28 She'd like to meet this Parr, to make her own assessment, although she mocked herself because of her presumption.
29 Henry Fielding was one of those who was annoyed by the poor's presumption in this regard.
30 This is not about depriving people accused of crimes of their legitimate rights, including the presumption of innocence.
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