Example sentences of "it is assumed that " in BNC.

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1 In other academic areas it is assumed that the teacher knows more than the student , and is there to convey this knowledge , whether as a corpus or a skill .
2 It is assumed that he was arrested on suspicion of being an American spy .
3 It is assumed that : Ax = Ay Fx Fy
4 This allows a comparison to be made between markets in countries that are at a different stage in their development , but it is assumed that their development will follow a similar pattern .
5 It is assumed that If Ax\ , Fx\ and Fyz are known , then market demand for product A in country Y in time period 2 can be estimated .
6 Although it is assumed that birds have not a highly developed sense of taste , both tits and blackbirds , despite any flamboyant coloration to attract them , recognise Sturmers as worthy of attention , and those out of reach , when harder weather prevails , will , as in former winters , attract both fieldfares and winter-visiting blackcaps .
7 It is assumed that Mr Cojuangco would then become chairman of San Miguel , as he was in the Marcos days .
8 It is assumed that holders of other sequestered shares will now try to regain their voting rights .
9 ’ . It is assumed that pain and suffering are forces driving men to true religion .
10 Because in the past , upper-class unionists have been less than staunchly committed to the defence of traditional loyalism , it is assumed that others who acquire elements of upper-class status , such as a university education , will themselves be more moderate than their uneducated elders .
11 Within the cone of vision it is assumed that all lines and planes parallel to the picture plane are true to scale .
12 If you die leaving £347,000 to your wife it is assumed that she still has it when she dies , so £200,000 is taxable then .
13 This mental health orientation leads to a more pessimistic outlook on patient needs — they not only require treatment , but it is assumed that it must be compulsory — and there is a tendency towards a ‘ presumption of risk ’ — that the presence of mental illness makes the situation inherently risky .
14 The discussion is more neutral only in so far as it is assumed that the curriculum ( such a global phenomenon ) is no-one 's responsibility in particular , and clearly this is so in an individual sense — but it is however the responsibility of the profession to take a leading role in this area and at the moment it is not fulfilling this role .
15 Here it is assumed that the child 's right to education is a correlative of the parent 's duty to send the child to school .
16 It is assumed that so-called reminder treatments act in some way to increase the likelihood that associations ( especially weak ones that will be most in need of such help ) will be effective in generating overt conditioned responding , then the pattern of results observed can be accommodated .
17 It is assumed that different pattern-controlling genes are switched on in forelimb and hindlimb , but this remains speculation .
18 Because many old people are poor , or mentally or physically frail , it is assumed that they are also rigid , unable to learn , unable to make new relationships , and so on .
19 It is assumed that overall coverage of new publications in the authority is achieved by these departments .
20 It is assumed that all trainees will return to their bureaux and where necessary areas of weakness that emerged during training will be worked at with their in-bureau tutor .
21 As with Lombroso 's work and the Gluecks ' study discussed above , by starting with institutionalised criminals , it is assumed that all prisoners are criminals and that most criminals do , in fact , go to prison .
22 The claim that status frustration is the motivating factor also suffers from a middle-class bias , in that it is assumed that delinquents cherish middle-class status goals , such as educational success .
23 It is assumed that you are using version 5.0 of the program and that the original settings on the program disk are in force .
24 For all these species , therefore , it is assumed that there has been no preferential loss of jaws or teeth and that the numbers would be equivalent except for sampling errors .
25 In transactional analysis ( TA ) it is assumed that our habitual ways of feeling and behaving largely stem from the way we feel about ourselves in relation to other people .
26 In TA it is assumed that we all have stroke quotas , established in early learning .
27 It is assumed that the shallow water Lower Carboniferous carbonates uncomformably overlie a platform of these older rocks , which locally are intersected by the pre-Permian surface because of thrusting or uplift and erosion .
28 It is assumed that in the overthrust belt the existence of structural closures can be taken as axiomatic .
29 It is assumed that because of a basin that is still strongly subsiding , the degree of coalification will not yet have reached the equilibrium which would relate to the present depth and temperature , and that gas generation and accumulation are still taking place here .
30 It is assumed that the two approaching waves are both known , and it is required to find the exact solution which describes the interaction following the collision .
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