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1. His version of events is pure supposition .
2. His version of the events is pure supposition.
3. All the evidence appears to support this supposition.
4. We must not condemn her on pure supposition.
5. It seems a reasonable supposition.
6. There's a popular supposition that we're publicly funded but the bulk of our money comes from competitive contracts.
7. That is mere supposition!
8. The police are working on the supposition that he was murdered.
9. The report is based entirely on supposition.
10. What happened next is a matter of supposition.
11. That article was based on pure supposition.
12. She was charged on the supposition that she had colluded with her husband in the murders.
13. Let's work on the supposition that she meant no offence.
14. It is a reasonable supposition that many mothers would welcome the offer of part-time work.
15. The police are acting on the supposition that she took the money.
16. My supposition is not without basis.
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17. The report will be based on fact, not supposition.
18. All his reservations were based on intuition, supposition.
19. But the outrage was based on supposition and hearsay.
20. Eichenbaum and Orbach share this supposition.
21. Take the doctrine as you will, the supposition of such a cause is both useless and contradictory.
22. This supposition becomes more likely in light of Hamann's predilection for parables as the most appropriate genre for telling the truth.
23. Although research has modified this supposition, it is none the less true that males are generally seducers and females the seduced.
24. When Agenda 2000 comes into place, the supposition is that the set-aside rate should fall to zero.
25. Police are acting on the supposition that she took the money.
26. The story is based on supposition.
27. That is a very likely supposition.
28. Well, it really is but a shadowy supposition.
29. His theory is merely based on supposition.
30. The report has been rejected by the authorities, who said much of it was based on supposition or inaccuracy.
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