## In **45%** of cases **"of assumption"** is used

Everyone starts from their own set **of assumptions**.

But there are a lot **of assumptions** in this comment.

Time **of assumption** and term of office of President 42.

This type **of assumption** is useful for making calculations very simple and easy to do.

Well, even under the rosiest **of assumptions**, this argument does not support investment in bonds.

You made a host **of assumptions** while ignoring information that did not fit with your assumptions.

But you make all sorts **of assumptions** about me (maths illiterate etc) which are not borne out by facts in the real world.

Therefore, a number of much more accurate equations of state have been developed for gases under a given set **of assumption**s.

Forgive me if this comes across as harsh but you've made quite a number **of assumptions** which aren't really there to be made.

Therefore, a number of much more accurate equations of state have been developed for gases under a given set **of assumptions**.

## In **24%** of cases **"on assumption"** is used

**on assumption** of office in 2009, the same Prof.

They are sometimes based **on assumptions** or incorrect information.

Their paradigms for development are based **on assumptions** of inherent morality.

A lot of people even ask what I am doing about it? Those are fair criticisms but sadly still based **on assumption**.

But like any counterfactual, it's predicated **on assumptions** about what the world would have looked like without these comments.

If we look at the models we use, whether we are trying to predict the behavior of weather, markets, consumers or some engineering system, they are based **on assumptions**.

Whilst tolerance is highly desirable, treating all cultures as equally desirable encounters several problems: tend to be built **on assumptions** of social hierarchy rather than individual equality.

## In **7%** of cases **"in assumption"** is used

For those with a working knowledge of XPath, we highlight differences **in assumptions** to make the transition smoother.

## In **6%** of cases **"to assumption"** is used

But when a nun tore the hem of Maita's skirt because it showed half her knee, Maita didn't want to go back **to assumption**.

It now appears that Department for Transport officials got their modelling badly wrong, notably in relation **to assumptions** about inflation.

Eddy -- I agree that women are at a disadvantage in our society, from pay grades **to assumptions** about roles and status, beyond through to sexual violence.

Emission prices may climb to 15 euros a ton in the three years starting in 2013, according **to assumptions** used by the commission to assess costs to industry.

## In **6%** of cases **"with assumption"** is used

I'll start **with assumption** that every deck was well enough shuffled that they were all independent.

Programmer often have to think about things, because the are presented **with assumptions** that are untrue.

## In **2%** of cases **"about assumption"** is used

For a similar lesson see the wonderful air traffic control story **about assumptions**.

## In **2%** of cases **"at assumption"** is used

**at assumption** High in San Lorenzo, Maita had an average grade of 97-98.

The annual Assembly of the Diocese of New York and New Jersey will convene **at assumption** of the Holy Virgin Orthodox Church in Clifton NJ on December 11, 2012.

## In **2%** of cases **"for assumption"** is used

When you nail it down to this detail, you get a better sense of the whole picture, there is less room **for assumptions** and surprises, you can make a better call.