In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I would have called it a fine book were it not for disagreeing with its fundamental premise that men were inevitably opposed to women's advances.
- The basic premise behind this book is that we have these ‘chance’ meetings with people, that are anything but chance.
- It is the fundamental premise of the theory of evolution.
- Even if its fundamental premise is slightly flawed, the film manages to work to a great extent.
- More formally, the conclusion of a deduction follows necessarily from the premisses.
- Two objections, however, are thrown up by the premises of neoliberal theory itself.
- The fundamental premise of the report is that violence is both predictable and preventable.
- The fundamental premise of the publication is that early design for space travel was influenced largely by science fiction.
- Each constitution has been premised on the belief that rights are granted to citizens by the state.
- Does evidence from Japan challenge basic premises of current psychological theories?
- The central premise of the theory is that disorder operates on honest people and on the disorderly in different ways.
- Darwin based his theory on scientific hypothesis and not metaphysical premises.
- The primary premise of this theory is that although errors can occur within highly reliable organizations, they rarely do so.
- It seems laughable to conclude from these premisses that a and b are identical to some respect.
- Throughout the book numerous studies are given as premises for the theories Buss poses, along with many case study examples.
- Such propositions appear only as premises, never as conclusions.
- I thought the fundamental premise of this article was unsound.
- A valid inference is one where the conclusion follows from the premiss.
2premises pl(building, site)local masculinethey've moved to new premises — se han mudado a un nuevo local (/ a nuevas oficinas etc. )
- meals are cooked on the premise — las comidas se preparan en el mismo establecimiento
- to be consumed on/off the premises — para consumir dentro/fuera del local
- animals may not be kept on these premises — prohibido tener animales en este edificio
- they were escorted off the premises — se los hizo salir del local
- licensed premises — establecimiento autorizado para vender bebidas alcohólicas
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