Some articles on assumed:
... Francisco Franco, dictator of Francoist Spain, assumed the title Caudillo, originally an honorary title for an army leader ... during the 4th of August Regime from 1936 until his death in 1941, assumed the title of Αρχηγός (Archigós, ) meaning "leader" ... Trujillo, Dominican dictator from 1930 to 1961, assumed the nickname of "El Jefe" ("The Boss") Subhas Chandra Bose, an Indian revolutionary in the Indian independence movement, was known as Netaji (Respected ...
... assumed detached 2004 VN112 130–300 6.4 47.3 2004 ... CTIO assumed detached 2005 ... TB190 ~500 4.7 46.2 106.5 2005 Becker, A ... assumed detached 2000 ... CR105 ~250 6.1 44.3 2000 ... Lowell Observatory assumed detached 2003 UY291 ~150 7.3 41.2 57.1 2003 Pittichova, J ... assumed classical? 2000 ... YW134 ~500 4.7 41.0 73.9 2000 Spacewatch assumed 1995 ... TL8 ~350 5.2 40.0 64.5 1995 A ...
... fifth Baronet, who in 1764 had inherited the Lockhart estates and assumed the surname of Lockhart ... was a Major-General in the British Army and assumed the additional surname of Lockhart ... the son of George Duncan Lockhart (whose grandfather had assumed the surname of Lockhart in lieu of his patronymic), another descendant of James, younger son of the fifth Baronet ...
... pools and lowland grass country all habitat is assumed to be of a low elevation ... Populations are assumed to be large from frequent reports and a broad range ... This range is assumed to overlap with National parks, but research has not been undertaken into the ecology and biology of the species ...
... The command of it was assumed by major Stefan Obrąbski and after his arrest and deportation to a P.O.W ... camp, the command was assumed by officer cadet Stefan Szuba ... After him the command as assumed by major Mieczysław Niedzielski pseudonyms "Żywiciel" or "Wojciechowski" or "Sadowik" ...
More definitions of "assumed":
- (adj): Taken as your right without justification.
Example: "Was hearing evidence in an assumed capacity"
Famous quotes containing the word assumed:
“Well, youth is the period of assumed personalities and disguises. It is the time of the sincerely insincere.”
—V.S. (Victor Sawdon)
“The matrix is God?
In a manner of speaking, although it would be more accurate ... to say that the matrix has a God, since this beings omniscience and omnipotence are assumed to be limited to the matrix.
If it has limits, it isnt omnipotent.
Exactly.... Cyberspace exists, insofar as it can be said to exist, by virtue of human agency.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“When we assumed the Soldier, we did not lay aside the Citizen.”
—George Washington (17321799)