Example sentences of "be assumed that " in BNC.

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1 Furthermore it can not be assumed that all RDS information will be received accurately at all times .
2 If tension was so high in an area not stricken by famine , it may be assumed that as much or more violence occurred in regions like the Ukraine and Tambov guberniia , which were nearly as badly off as the Volga .
3 He thought that if people such as the Iroquois of North America practised a particular type of agriculture it could be assumed that their institutions were the same as those of long dead prehistoric peoples who had a similar level of technology .
4 It must not be assumed that the absence of a 24-hour rhythm in newborn babies means that they have no rhythms at all .
5 It can therefore be assumed that the Soviet commanders are fully aware of the situation , if not totally in control of it .
6 Most important , given that a rogue GMO in the environment might continue to reproduce and spread , it can not be assumed that any system of regulation can adequately guard against an environmental catastrophe .
7 Someone had thus moved the body , and it had to be assumed that it was the same person who had pushed her on to the plough .
8 Besides , the causes of some 60% of birth defects have yet to be discovered : it can not be assumed that all of them travel down only the female line .
9 Nor can it be assumed that all parts of the biosphere have the same 14 C concentration .
10 It must not be assumed that the most likely date is in the centre of the range ; to quantify the distribution of the calendar dates , one of the probability methods ( which require computerisation ) must be used .
11 In a poll of Anglican Clergy undertaken in 1864 only 40% expressed the view that the damned would suffer everlasting torment ; it may be assumed that a poll of laity would have disclosed a substantially lower percentage.ii .
12 As the centuries passed and the second coming receded into the remote future , it came more and more to be assumed that the final verdict could be pre-empted .
13 It is accepted that not every ‘ foul ’ committed in breach of the rules amounts to a crime , and it seems to be assumed that players do , and may lawfully , consent to physical force over and above the minimum permitted by the rules .
14 In any situation where someone has died , it may be assumed that more people are likely to be significantly affected by the death of that one individual than may seem apparent .
15 It should not be assumed that relationships between the Board and the District were adversarial or competitive at that time .
16 He was collecting for over forty years and , as Miller was a regular recipient of Bartram 's shipments , it can be assumed that ‘ a large proportion of plants credited to Miller as introducer consisted of collections by Bartram and if this is true he was probably responsible for the first appearance in the gardens of England of between one hundred and fifty and two hundred plants ’ ( John Hendley Barnhart , ‘ Significance of John Bartram 's Work to Botanical and Horticultural Knowledge ’ , Bartonia Special Issue , 1931 ) .
17 She is right to draw our attention to the importance of signalling in both ‘ actual living and theatre ’ , but it should not be assumed that the same kinds of signs are employed in these two contexts .
18 Since no comment is made on the author being recently dead , it can be assumed that publication had been arranged while Leapor was still alive .
19 It can be assumed that the proposals were drawn up by David Garrick .
20 Given Richardson 's concern to fill out the second volume , it may be assumed that very few of Mary Leapor 's works escaped publication .
21 It can be assumed that this will eventually bottom out to include only those children whose handicap is so great that they require constant medical supervision of a highly sophisticated nature .
22 Since any comprehensive peace implies a reduction of influence by , and local dependency on , the superpowers , it can not be assumed that either superpower has a strong interest in a genuine peace , unless it is able to derive greater advantage from peace than it can from continued conflict .
23 It might plausibly be assumed that one of the effects of a long retention interval is to restore the lost arousing properties of a familiar context .
24 It is rather that the whole point of a national curriculum will be lost if it can not be assumed that children at 11 will be ready for whatever is the generally agreed content of the first year at secondary school .
25 It could , however , be assumed that those who argue that the third age is a time of fun , opportunity and new learning believe that all this stops when you become more frail .
26 It can not be assumed that women over 65 would have had an adequate screening history and therefore can be forgotten , or that there is no point in regular follow-up of older patients .
27 A widespread factor is found where real or suggested expertise is involved in a transaction and where at the same time it may be assumed that the customer is ignorant about what it is he is paying for .
28 So it might be assumed that Scott 's design was placed higher than the other Gothic entries because it showed the two offices as separate structures , rather than one .
29 For this simplistic example , it can be assumed that these are readily available , and no adjustment of the resources is needed before the audit process can start .
30 Of course , it should not be assumed that prescribing of psychotropic medication for such problems actually causes patients to take overdoses .
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