Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
This is a logical premise, but a false one.
While that may be a logical premise, this team, as currently composed, cannot play that style.
Justice Scalia disputed every major logical premise on which the majority's decision rested.
The theory is based upon the logical premise that smaller bacterial genomes will take less time to replicate.
Such an inference is the fallacy of drawing existential conclusions from logical premises.
"A logical premise, Captain," Spock noted dryly from his post.
His face stiffened, and his eyes went cool as they did when he had outlined a logical premise and she disagreed with him.
Beyond the fact that consumer apathy undermines the logical premise of Heymann's comment, retailer cynicism now plays a very key role.
With their a priori origin thus proven, Kant intends to use them as the logical premise for the Transcendental Deduction.
The fund raising effort we are conducting with OfficeMax is based on this simple, logical premise and has the real potential to create significant change for our teachers."
That is, entailment cannot be used to clone or delete logical premises, since qubits cannot be cloned or deleted.
If you start with the logical premise that marriage just is heterosexual then of course you will come to the conclusion that excluding non-heterosexuals from marriage is not discriminatory.
Within the context of an expendable man and an expendable machine it's a perfectly logical premise, and I - But even Parkis wouldn't do a thing - He wouldn't what?
A review of the literature bears out the logical premise that since the outcome of treatment for all diseases and injuries is time-sensitive, the sooner treatment is rendered, the better the outcome.
As liberals, we are far from opposing the involvement of companies in developing countries, and believe it is an absolute and essential condition for that economic development which is the logical premise of all human development.
"I do not think there is necessarily a logical premise to support the assumption that you will get a readacross to the UK or Europe," said analyst Ian Gordan at Exane BNP Paribas.
If we also agree with the logical premise that the more even the competition and unpredictable the results, the better it is for the competition as a whole - then bridging the financial divide is in the absolute best interest of the game.
Kirk, following a logical premise from Spock, surmises that the true source of Apollo's power may be in the act of sacrifice, which Apollo admits his race had never considered in all their centuries of forced worship from humans.
Apart from the statutory prohibition on the registration of generic indications, then, we must first and foremost consider the logical premise that requires those interpreting the law to assume that the legislator was fully aware of the basic fundamentals of the subject he was seeking to regulate.