Example sentences of "[pers pn] [is] widely assumed that " in BNC.

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1 It is widely assumed that Elders will not bother to hold on to any Scottish shares and its 23.7 per cent stake will be acquired and used as the springboard for a bid .
2 Because the economy is in recession , it is widely assumed that the government will and should cut interest rates .
3 It is widely assumed that the general , who has been doing his best to fan the speculation , will try to become prime minister after he leaves the army .
4 These days , it is widely assumed that monitoring of firms by close , caring banks is a better way to run things than the arms-length institutional ownership of America and Britain .
5 It is widely assumed that ‘ real ’ country people are in favour of development as a source of new jobs and housing while the rich commuter is only concerned to protect his equity and a style of living which has never been available to the locals .
6 It is widely assumed that the more efficiently a stock market functions the better off everyone is .
7 This attitude to non-verbal communication has been encouraged by the popularisation of right-brain left-brain studies and amongst those who sponsor the soft primitivism that I have just referred to it is widely assumed that the verbal capabilities of the left cerebral hemisphere have been over-developed by a culture which puts too much emphasis on linguistic finesse and that the expressive repertoire of the supposedly holistic right hemisphere has been dangerously neglected as a consequence .
8 It is widely assumed that restoration of intestinal continuity inevitably results in a better quality of life for the patient , but that is not necessarily the case .
9 It is widely assumed that different ICUs can be compared by the ratio of actual mortality to that predicted by the APACHE score .
10 It is widely assumed that these scoring systems can be used for comparisons .
11 It is widely assumed that the Bundesbank council will effect a 50 basic points cut in official rates at either the meeting this Thursday or on 1 April .
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