Example sentences of "assumed to [be] [adj] " in BNC.

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1 | Your salary is £8,250 exclusive of live-in benefits , which may be assumed to be equivalent to a further 20 per cent . |

2 | It would be unduly optimistic to assume that management skills have risen to a level such that costs undertaken can be assumed to be equivalent to value . |

3 | If α f is assumed to be equivalent to , this value compares well with the average value of determined for 18 polymers covering a wide range of T g . |

4 | The uptake of 5-ASA must therefore be assumed to be equivalent to the production of Ac-ASA over time . |

5 | They have generally been assumed to be massless , particularly as measurements of the electron-neutrino mass showed it to be less than a few ten thousandths that of the electron . |

6 | The answer to that of course is ‘ no ’ ; because honour , pride and ego are always assumed to be male . |

7 | In such models the policy ineffectiveness proposition no longer holds , even though expectations are assumed to be rational . |

8 | If economic agents are assumed to be rational optimizers when forming expectations , why should they not also be rational optimizers when drawing up contracts ? |

9 | It was , however , the advice of the law officers of the day , and it has been assumed to be correct ( inter alia by Parliament in the Royal Titles Act 1953 ) , that upon failure of male heirs , primogeniture should apply as well to females . |

10 | in its statement of claim must be assumed to be correct . |

11 | In the more elementary systems that we are now considering , kinship , of a general sort , is assumed to be all-pervading but there is again a discrimination between the insiders and the outsiders , we " and they " . |

12 | It would have been impossible to predict the way events developed after October 1917 , and the policy of the Party seemed on numerous grounds to be the most sensible , the only one which went some way to reconciling the need for large economic units ( which , rightly or wrongly , was assumed to be decisive for material progress ) and for democracy , understood as the right of peoples to choose their own State . |

13 | Whether skilled or unskilled , the vast majority of fathers of brides in the sample were engaged in manual trades ( 110 of the 161 ) , and most of them could safely be assumed to be skilled workers . |

14 | Stylistic categories are more complex phenomena which are often difficult to define , but which are assumed to be describable in terms of linguistic categories , although they are not a necessary part of the description of a language . |

15 | In this case , the position is equivalent to that of compulsory purchase , and the permissions in the Eighth Schedule are assumed to be available when assessing the compensation . |

16 | The riskiness of the investment : investors are assumed to be risk-averse and therefore the required rate of return they require will increase with the perceived riskiness of an investment . |

17 | This permits people to be punished for crimes that are assumed to have taken place , and of which the suspect is assumed to be guilty , without any formalities of proof , evidence or charges . |

18 | As Eyre ( 1987 ) reports , there is considerable variation of opinion relating to rates of deforestation ; FAO ( 1985 ) , for example , quote a figure of 3.0 per cent per year which is assumed to be due to commercial logging . |

19 | These strains are prone to wasting away , which has been assumed to be due to constitutional weakness . |

20 | This type of deformation causes no dilatation and so the observed effects may be assumed to be due to one causes only — structural rearrangements which do not cause a change of volume . |

21 | No pornographer has ever been punished for being a woman-hater. but not too long ago information about female sexuality , contraception and abortion was assumed to be obscene . |

22 | This skill is assumed to be inborn and intuitive , but one glance at a student 's notes shows this assumption to be unfounded . |

23 | All suggestions are given in good faith and for general help and guidance but since detail may vary with different roofs they can not be assumed to be suitable for every application . |

24 | The advantages of unity over diversity , or collectivism over individualism , are assumed to be self-evident and the obvious totalitarian overtones are ignored . |

25 | All players are assumed to be steroid-free , suspension free and eligible . |

26 | In all cases the movements are assumed to be continuous . |

27 | Variants of binary variables ( which are implicitly assumed to be discrete ) are most easily handled as percentages ; table 5.1 for example lists zero realizations of ( h ) as a percentage of the total number of occurrences of both variants . |

28 | In any Open Door disagreement , the employee is assumed to be right unless the manager has impeccable documentation to the contrary . |

29 | From the individual 's point of view , bonds and equities are assumed to be perfect substitutes . |

30 | What are the implications for the CAPM if the market could not be assumed to be perfect ? |