Example sentences of "[not/n't] be assumed " 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 It should not be assumed , however , that an analysis of the incomes per capita of various countries or regions will provide a precise measure of the market potential of each ; income is a useful indicator , but it does not provide the full picture .
3 It must not be assumed that the absence of a 24-hour rhythm in newborn babies means that they have no rhythms at all .
4 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 .
5 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 .
6 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 .
7 It should not be assumed that relationships between the Board and the District were adversarial or competitive at that time .
8 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 .
9 Loyalty had to be reaffirmed each time it was required ; it could not be assumed merely by reason of inhabiting a particular locality .
10 It had been a major error of judgement on the part of Lenin and the Bolshevik leadership , disregarding Lenin 's earlier warnings that it could not be assumed in any country that class issues would automatically supersede national ones .
11 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 .
12 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 .
13 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 .
14 Victim 's interpretations and memories indicate that victim studies can not be assumed to accurately reflect the ‘ real ’ extent of crime ; and the search for more reliable and direct indicators has included the development of self-report studies .
15 But truthfulness can not be assumed in every instance .
16 The understanding and support of personnel can not be assumed .
17 Of course , it should not be assumed that prescribing of psychotropic medication for such problems actually causes patients to take overdoses .
18 Indeed , now that growth in energy demand can not be assumed , there is the further issue that each new nuclear station directly reduces coal demand .
19 The use made of resources allocated is as important as the extent of the original allocation : it can not be assumed that budgeting money or designating a staff member as training officer , will ensure more than nominal training unless there is more than nominal commitment to the concept that systematic training should be integral to library management .
20 However , it is worth noting that this task of leading housegroups is one of the most difficult in the whole church and it should not be assumed that everyone will be able to do it .
21 It should not be assumed that there will never be circumstances when , notwithstanding the new CGT rules , someone domiciled and resident in the UK should set up an offshore trust .
22 It should not be assumed — though in the literature on the subject it often is — that political élites necessarily desire an effective means of mass communication or have any clear policy on how to use it .
23 However , it is worth emphasising that the stages and the measures on which they are based are derived from a grammatical description and that , in the case of children with language difficulties , it can not be assumed that structurally based measures are predictive of functional skills ( Blank et al .
24 If a person intends doing someone harm , it can not be assumed that s/he displays a disdain towards humanity , although it is clearly directed towards the particular intended victim .
25 For those who love labels , then , modern British literature in that aspect might conveniently be called Aristophanic — provided , that is , it is well understood that its novelists and playwrights can not be assumed to have taken any attentive interest in ancient Greek comedy , and that coincidence is all it is .
26 Even so , it should not be assumed that the abolition of public examinations would necessarily put an end to transmission styles of teaching .
27 Economic historians , in contrast to economists , are wholly concerned with the explanation of events in the real world over real time and in which irrationality and inconsistency , arising from imperfect knowledge or blind prejudice , are frequently dominant elements which can not be assumed away by means of such abstractions as ceteris paribus ( other things being equal ) and rational time .
28 However , his teacher warned that proficiency in conversational language should not be assumed to equate with proficiency in cognitive or ‘ academic ’ language .
29 Even those entries — unquestionably the majority — which represent profits accruing from physical possession of land can not be assumed to hold a uniform significance .
30 It should not be assumed that such an argument was merely a cloak for self-interest and greed .
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