Definitions for "assumption"
The act of taking for granted, or supposing a thing without proof; supposition; unwarrantable claim.
The thing supposed; a postulate, or proposition assumed; a supposition.
The minor or second proposition in a categorical syllogism.
Keywords:  mary, heaven, ascent, doctrine, soul
A festival in honor of the ascent of the Virgin Mary into heaven.
Mary's ascent into heaven. This is an unusual theme in Ethiopian icons; the composition with the crescent moon support and surround of angels recalls foreign sources.
The doctrine that the Virgin Mary was bodily taken up into heaven at her death
The taking over of an obligation or liability from another party.
The act of assuming, or taking to or upon one's self; the act of taking up or adopting.
The taking of a person up into heaven.
An inference or conclusion, possibly based on evidence. example- "She is a successful Americanówhich is to say, an American." Joyce Carol Oates
External factors (i.e. events, conditions or decisions) that could affect the progress or success of a project or programme. They are necessary to achieve the project objectives, but are largely or completely beyond the control of the project management. They are worded as positive conditions. Initial assumptions are those conditions perceived to be essential for the success of a project or programme. Critical (or "killer") assumptions are those conditions perceived to threaten the implementation of a project or programme.
Conditions or resources that your group believes are needed for the success of your program, and that you believe already exist and will not be problematic. An assumption like a precondition is a condition that is necessary for your program's success. Unlike a precondition, it already is in place and does not need to be brought about. When your group states your assumptions, it is a good time to take into account the various conditions that your program's success will rely on. Assumptions are crucial because if they are incorrect it can completely alter how your program works.
In a mathematical model, a prediction or untested belief concerning particular variables.
Articulation of the premises upon which an argument or solution sits or the beliefs held by an individual when they enter into a new situation or are exposed to new content.
1.) the audience's expectation that the 1st story will continue along the predicted line of though. 2.) everything one is not experiencing with one's senses in the present.
Keywords:  ehis, reasonless, theory, based
EHis theory is based on a reasonless assumption.
Keywords:  asu, clause
Assumption clause ASU
Keywords:  tim, fictional, novel, poker, variation
Assumption is a fictional variation of Poker created and featured in the novel Last Call by Tim Powers.
A debtor or the estate may assume or reject a lease or executory contract; the act of continuing to be responsible for the lease or contract.
The responsibility for loan payments assumed by a party other than the original maker of the debt. In church lending, assumptions may occur when a church with a loan merges with another church and the other church assumes responsibility for the subject loan.
curriculum formulate media section variety
Keywords:  hope, happen, wanted, something
the hope that something wanted will happen.
Keywords:  mid, apartments, rise
Mid-Rise Apartments
statement regarding scientific basis of how a computer program models a real-world activity or occurrence.
Keywords:  reinsurance, accepting, risk, act, top
In reinsurance, an insurer's act of accepting an insurance risk from another insurer. TO TOP
Keywords:  daily, average, balance, life
average daily balance average life
When figuring payments, values, etc. generic rates or time periods related to a loan are used. These are 'assumed' values used in calculations. Your actual rates or time periods may vary making shown payments or values higher or lower than your actual calculations.