I ask, "What assumption
is your opinion about teaching and learning based upon?
The speakers included Brother Armand Lemaire, the college's alumni ambassador; Kerry Phayre, Assumption
's women's basketball head coach; Assumption
President Francesco Cesareo; associate professor Kevin Hickey; and former Greyhound athletes Kristen Ladebauche and Ed LaVigne.
A fact is a statement of information known to be true (such as verified locations of friendly and adversary force dispositions), while an assumption
provides a supposition about the current situation or future course of events, assumed to be true in the absence of facts.
Here he elaborates on the importance of dispelling organizational and personal assumptions
Let's look at how to interject a freeing assumption
into the conversation.
is "the act of taking over the previous borrower's obligation of a mortgage note .
In response: Cox's letter (1) contains a number of false assumptions
, errors, misleading assertions, and misquotations.
5 percent assumption
in the years to come, the taxpayer contribution still will rise from $323 million annually to $339 million in 2009.
For example, rather than assuming that all the options are exercised if the stock price reaches a selected multiple of the exercise price, a lattice model also can permit the assumption
that only a certain percentage of outstanding options are exercised.
It cannot be based on an unreasonable legal assumption
, nor assume the issue will result in a favorable determination.
On the other hand, there was some evidence to indicate that the assumption
of constant variance across the values of AVGREBS was not maintained.
Thai-Tang's job as head of Advanced Product Creation is to go beyond the platform capability studies that determine how many derivatives can be built off a single base, beyond the external market data within which new market segments hide, and reconcile the business equation with the hardware assumptions
and the design assumptions
with the bill of process.