This simple working hypothesis
was set out in Michel Houellebecq's early essay "Rester vivant" (Stay Alive, 1991), and in a career that has made him more than just a writer, this volcanic figure has flirted with the negation of the claim again and again.
The working hypothesis
was that loading all phases--water, fat, and interface--would reduce the risk of bacterial growth after recontamination with Listeria.
Their initial working hypothesis
was that Zscan4 is involved in the maintenance of pluripotency, so they looked its correlation with expression of the Rexl gene, which is known as a marker of pluripotency.
His computer and automation consulting company, A Working Hypothesis
, Inc, was chartered in 1982.
In addition to the null hypothesis, all clinical trials also have a working hypothesis
that the experimental treatment will not only work, but also achieve clinically significant benefits.
We know that television viewing is the most prevalent leisure-time sedentary behavior and our working hypothesis
is that it is an indicator of overall physical inactivity.
It's a working hypothesis
, the [sainthood] process is ongoing, so it's premature to talk of a date for the canonization.
Det Chief Insp Robert Pack, of Scotland Yard's murder squad, said: "The working hypothesis
is that it was a targeted attack on the unborn child.
From what we know at the moment, the working hypothesis
is that it was targeted at that unborn child," he said.
It is a working hypothesis
, therefore there is no official confirmation to be given," said Lombardi.
He said, 'The working hypothesis
we have is that the interest rate will rise towards the end of this year or the start of the next.
Assuming a working hypothesis
that posits a degree of performativity in all fiction (i.