### assumption

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Beam calculations) Something that is not questioned, but taken for granted. Sometimes we assume things that are not always true, and can be misled as a result.

### Assumption

1.) the audience's expectation that the 1st story will
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### ASSUMPTION

A method of selling real estate where the buyer of the property agrees to become responsible for the repayment of an existing loan on the property. Unless the lender also agrees, however, the seller remains liable for the mortgage.
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### Assumption

[short story] `Assumption` is Samuel Beckett`s first published story, appearing in Transition magazine in June 1929, in the same issue as James Joyce`s Work in Progress. ...
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### assumption

[n] - celebration of the Virgin Mary`s being taken up into heaven when her earthly life ended 2. [n] - (Christianity) the taking up of the body and soul of the Virgin Mary when her earthly life had ended 3. [n] - a hypothesis that is taken for granted 4. [n] - the act of assuming or taking for granted 5. [n] - the act of taki...
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### Assumption

When a buyer assumes the loan payments and obligations of the seller. If the buyer defaults, however, both the buyer and seller are responsible for the debt.
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### Assumption

As·sump'tion noun [ Middle English assumpcioun a taking up into heaven, Latin assumptio a taking, from assumere : confer French assomption . See Assume .] 1. The act of assuming, or taking to or upon one's self; the act of taking up or adopting. « The...
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### assumption

1. The act of assuming, or taking to or upon one's self; the act of taking up or adopting. 'The assumption of authority.' (Whewell) ... 2. The act of taking for granted, or supposing a thing without proof; supposition; unwarrantable claim. 'This gives no sanction to the unwarrantable assumption that the soul sleeps from the period of death to the r...
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### Assumption

noun (Christianity) the taking up of the body and soul of the Virgin Mary when her earthly life had ended
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### assumption

laying claim noun the act of taking possession of or power over something; `his assumption of office coincided with the trouble in Cuba`; `the Nazi assumption of power in 1934`; `he acquired all the company`s assets for ten million dollars and the a...
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### assumption

supposition noun a hypothesis that is taken for granted; `any society is built upon certain assumptions`
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### Assumption

Assumption of Mary noun celebration in the Roman Catholic Church of the Virgin Mary`s being taken up into heaven when her earthly life ended; corresponds to the Dormition in the Eastern Orthodox church
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### Assumption

Becoming responsible for the liabilities of another party.
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### Assumption

• (n.) A festival in honor of the ascent of the Virgin Mary into heaven. • (n.) The act of taking for granted, or supposing a thing without proof; supposition; unwarrantable claim. • (n.) The thing supposed; a postulate, or proposition assumed; a supposition. • (n.) The act of assuming, or taking to or upon one`s self; the act o...
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### Assumption

(from the article `Francia`) ...Costa, Francesco del Cossa, and Ercole de` Roberti, but his later works clearly show the influence of the Umbrians, Perugino, and Raphael. ...
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### Assumption

(from the article `Giovanni di Paolo`) ...Life of St. John the Baptist.` The brooding `Madonna` altarpiece of 1463 in the Pienza Cathedral marks the beginning of Giovanni`s late period, of ...
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### Assumption

(from the article `Titian`) Among the religious paintings Titian produced between 1516 and 1538 is one of his most revolutionary masterpieces, the Assumption (1516–18). This ...
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### Assumption

in Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic theology, the notion or (in Roman Catholicism) the doctrine that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was taken ... [3 related articles]
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### assumption

assumption 1. Something that is believed to be true without proof. 2. The action of taking to oneself; reception, adoption. 3. The action of receiving up into heaven; ascent to or reception into heaven; the reception of the Virgin Mary into heaven, with body preserved from corruption, which is a generally accepted doctrine in the Roman Catholic Chu...
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### Assumption

- Allows a buyer to assume responsibility for an existing loan instead of getting a new loan.
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### Assumption

A proposition which is taken or posed in order to draw inferences from it; or the act of so taking, posing, or assuming a proposition. The motive for an assumption may be (but need not necessarily be) a belief in the truth, or possible truth, of the proposition assumed; or the motive may be an attempt to refute the proposition by reductio ad absur....
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### Assumption

(n) Assumption is the process or act by which a person accepts a fact, meaning, obligations, liability etc attached or connected with the subject matter under consideration.
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### assumption

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-sŭmp′shŭn Definitions: 1. Belief posited at the outset of an argument as a basis for deduction and inference. Commonly confused with a hypothesis, a conclusion at the end of the argument, or an inference based on empiric data.
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### Assumption

the act of assuming responsibility for the payment of a mortgage lien.
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### Assumption

The transfer of the seller's existing mortgage to the buyer.
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