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"suppose" Definitions
  1. [intransitive, transitive] to think or believe that something is true or possible (based on the knowledge that you have)
  2. [intransitive, transitive] used to make a statement, request or suggestion less direct or less strong
  3. [transitive] to pretend that something is true; to imagine what would happen if something were true
"suppose" Antonyms
abstain deny disallow disbelieve dispute know measure misconceive misunderstand prove refuse reject stop disregard ignore neglect dismiss forget discard abandon calculate leave not believe disperse scatter divide distribute guess wonder complete conclude die end finish challenge doubt distrust question mistrust skepticize misdoubt discount discredit have doubts have qualms have reservations repudiate controvert not accept not swallow not buy understand apprehend comprehend grasp recognise(UK) recognize(US) see appreciate cognize perceive realize(US) get realise(UK) sense discern be conscious of accept acknowledge concede determine identify ascertain establish discover confirm deduce verify find register settle figure out find out make certain work out conjecture imagine predict assume suspect postulate hypothesise(UK) hypothesize(US) speculate suggest infer surmise approximate predicate theorise(UK) theorize(US) guesstimate second-guess hazard maintain be certain be convinced strongly believe have faith have a conviction substantiate validate authenticate back certify circumstantiate corroborate justify support uphold vindicate attest to overlook be ignorant miss be inaccurate miscalculate misconjecture misestimate misjudge misconstrue confuse misinterpret misperceive confound misapprehend misread mistake misknow misapply mishear err misreckon miscomprehend get the wrong idea about retrodict distinguish secern decide differentiate remember discriminate disavow rebuff refute oppose protest scorn shun spurn contest counter disaffirm disconfirm disdain repel snub certainty fact information knowledge proof reality trust truth

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Suppose, even in the best case for the opponents, suppose they actually defeated this nominee.
Suppose—just suppose, now—that Jon and Dani BOTH died (along with Cersei, of course).
Suppose—just suppose—that a certain little man with a big heart ended up sitting on the Iron Throne?
Suppose that his support is more robust than Dean's, suppose that the Trump constituency doesn't give a fig about pragmatism.
I suppose if climate change happens much faster than even the dire experts predict, then I suppose opinions will change.
Simple. Suppose you're the Milwaukee Bucks, and suppose Wisconsin politicians give you between $250 and $400 million to build a new stadium.
There's a huge taboo about that as well—although, I suppose that's all faiths really and I suppose in [secular] society too.
I suppose I am kept here because something remains for me to do; I suppose I am yet to help to break the chain.
Suppose one is considering a permanent increase in government spending of 1% of GDP, and suppose one assumes that government spending raises output one-for-one.
Suppose, however, that importers shift to a more expensive source that isn't subject to the tariff; suppose, for example, that they can buy the good from Vietnam for $115.
" "I … I suppose they settled in Wyoming somewhere.
"Suppose that you and I are living on different planets in remote galaxies," he said, and suppose that he, Popescu, wants to communicate where you should look to find his planet.
" The theme is, I suppose, "don't trust artificial intelligence.
Jon Snow: (to camera) I suppose ... life is irregular!
I suppose everything — even the burger — evolves over time.
"I suppose it's the first serious relationship I'd ever been in, and he's somebody who's unconditionally on my side, and I suppose your mother is that, too, but it's very different," he said.
Suppose you find out about a government program that was spending $80 billion per year, and suppose you found out that the $80 billion could have been achieved with $60 billion in spending.
I suppose the conversation would veer from: How to live?
I suppose that's better than just shooting them down, right?
But I suppose I'm glad his future chugged on, unabated.
I suppose I was inspired by Bob Denver's sideswept bangs.
The wizard's in the details for this one, we suppose.
I suppose that's karma for going out with another guy.
"It's that magical twin connection I suppose," Mariuz tells PEOPLE.
Suppose you borrow $28500 and you only must repay $6900.
I suppose it always just comes down to life balance.
I suppose in that way I also identify as sapiosexual.
I suppose that's decided by someone on the superintendent's staff.
Some giant international conglomerates are better than others, I suppose.
Which, I suppose, is really all you need to know.
That's a lot easier and better time management, I suppose.
So, there's no saying what the ceiling is, I suppose.
"It's that magical twin connection I suppose," Mariuz told People.
The same I suppose would be true for my drone.
Reality is a little more complicated than he may suppose.
So good on Meizu for getting there first, I suppose.
I suppose people around him did not think so either.
In a way, I suppose this is what he was.
Which I suppose is a weird stripe of unintentional comedy.
I also bring back leftovers; "free" lunch tomorrow, I suppose.
Suppose the surrogate decides she wants to have an abortion.
How much of that do you suppose is friendly crosstalk?
You might suppose that such uncertainty would be the norm.
What do you suppose Musk plans to do with
But suppose, worst case, they crater completely (which they won't).
But yeah, I suppose I should finish this damn thing.
A skeptic I suppose you could say the least, Wilfred.
I suppose it was always going to come to this.
There's really only one way to find out, we suppose.
It's still early days, I suppose, so things may change.
This was, we suppose, meant as a compliment to us.
In that way, it sort of disappointed us, I suppose.
Economic View Suppose it is dinnertime, and the phone rings.
I suppose we should have made more of the time.
Suppose you are getting ready to take a physics test.
Jill Stein is, I suppose, to the left of Hillary
I suppose in any situation like that there are casualties.
Which is fairly Dauntless in its own way, I suppose.
Suppose you are in a room with absolutely no light.
Suppose I want to test something falling at terminal velocity.
But, I suppose, Han wouldn't have it any other way.
Perfect for creating a tiny silent disco experience, I suppose.
I suppose I could try and write a comic novel.
I thought we were suppose to see it by now.
I suppose the hearts didn't break as much in London.
But no more than your average college sophomore, I suppose.
I suppose Facebook allows you to post whatever you want.
It was a triumphant and tragic twelve months, I suppose.
Oh, and RIP Harambe ... Emo G Records too, we suppose.
Suppose the company aims to get there over three years.
"I suppose that's my workout for the day," he chuckles.
That's why God invented drinking, and wedding receptions, we suppose.
Yeah definitely, but I suppose that's the guy I am.
I suppose that's why I posted in the first place.
A lot of trust was placed with us, I suppose.
I suppose she was expecting me to unfold an iPad.
That's the ethos, I suppose, of where I grew up.
I suppose I too am a product of the times.
How many horns do you suppose Helene's baby will have?
I suppose playing live really, in each and every town.
The adhesives are always a little bit inconvenient, I suppose.
Kadoi: I suppose so, but you can make it better.
We all get the King Kongs we deserve, I suppose.
I suppose they were the price I had to pay.
I suppose you must call it verse instead of prose.
I suppose it goes to show that Sanders is sane.
Let's suppose North Korea agrees to hand over its nukes.
Yes, I suppose that you can be cynical at times.
Suppose, she countered, she were to become an auctioneer instead.
Suppose I decided I wanted to go back to freelancing?
I suppose, in a funny way, I'm a record keeper.
So why she wasn't, I suppose we'll never find out.
Suppose that the bribe increased a company's probability by 10%.
That's where my theatre roots, I suppose, are most clear.
"So, I suppose craft cocktails could be next," he said.
Suppose your gross income for the tax year is $100,000.
I suppose I must have traveled lighter than the Obamas.
A courageous person does not suppose themselves above this reality.
Suppose someone with small children wanted to buy the house?
Suppose you left on a trip for a couple days.
Suppose I'm fighting all day, killing people, getting fired at.
I suppose in a way it still speaks to me.
I suppose, as they say, no good deed goes unpunished.
I made changes to images too, enhanced them I suppose.
She would have a pretty nasty allergic reaction I suppose.
Which for the film, I suppose, is a true upside.
I suppose the older I get, the closer I get.
So we suppose rumors of their demise were greatly exaggerated.
But it's all about how you see yourself, we suppose.
I suppose it's a mix of both with every guy.
Suppose the couple is in the 22019 percent tax bracket.
"I suppose a rising tide lifts all boats," she said.
The moment went viral, and I suppose that's the point.
That, I suppose, is reason enough to tell this tale.
It must have been lost in the post, I suppose.
Suppose someone loses half their hours and applies for unemployment.
Not as long as I have a job, I suppose.
But suppose Netflix were unwilling or unable to pay Comcast.
All's well that ends well for old pals, we suppose.
It's as simple and as complicated as that, I suppose.
I suppose they're making a statement that they want renewables.
So, let's suppose we put a tariff on steel imports.
They intend for it to be a franchise I suppose.
Suppose that next year virtually every student passed the tests.
Suppose you could live forever or live to be 200?
Now suppose you get a raise, and start making $36,000.
Suppose it, too, makes a $1 billion profit doing this.
Which I suppose speaks well of the filmmakers as people.
"I suppose I'm quite traditional," he added with a laugh.
Suppose you are driving along and headed towards a wall.
I suppose these are questions that don't matter for now.
These gestures now feel, I suppose you could say, closer.
"They're writing against John Ford, I suppose," Mr. Diaz said.
"I've been doing it i suppose for pretty much everybody."
There's something to be said for being first, I suppose.
Even simpler: Suppose you're holding money that belongs to me.
Suppose that insurance companies must charge everyone the same price.
Suppose, though, Johnson sticks to his most recently acquired principles.
Suppose a central bank cares about both unemployment and inflation.
Suppose I have a truck that's pulling some other truck.
But I suppose that's why it's an early access app.
It wasn't so much fear, I suppose, as morbid fascination.
"Suppose you are worried about genetic privacy," Ms. Murphy said.
Not a juicy premise for a film, one would suppose.
I suppose, though, that I'm best known for short stories.
How do you suppose forthcoming changes will actually affect readers?
I suppose I should celebrate that things are getting better.
I suppose one could argue that masterpieces have no price.
"I suppose so, except for the good part," Jacob said.
I don't suppose you use your Sèvres china every day?
But I suppose that wouldn't be such a bad thing.
I suppose if somebody were Scottish, they would recognize it.
"Suppose ISIS is allowed to remain in Mosul," Hussein said.
I suppose it depends on whose ox is being gored.
And suppose you have $43,000 in assets in the fund.
Suppose you're doing a forest scene in a CGI movie.
I suppose I didn't want to appear sorry for myself.
Suppose you're an entrepreneur thinking about creating the next Netflix.
She's a proud person, and I suppose I am too.
But I suppose faith is all we've got these days.
I mean in terms of popularity, like I suppose so.
In the end, I suppose there's not much to discuss.
Suppose it too makes a $1 billion profit doing this.
Viewed historically, I suppose the game was a smashing success.
Suppose a husband or wife wants to do something extravagant.
Dani remy kaili / I wish u saw all we ever / really needed was you... / Now I'll never know what a mother is suppose to be or act or / how they are suppose to show love.
"Suppose he started talking like that to foreign leaders," she added.
"I suppose a goodbye is in order," she said to him.
I suppose Dems will just need to look elsewhere for entertainment.
But suppose a computational duplicate of your brain can be created.
"Aren't you suppose to know who you're working with?" rejoined Dillet.
I suppose Yelp is in the same category in some ways.
Suppose those nucleotides were encoding binary data in the first place?
Suppose Gaetz got his way, though, and the bill became law.
It seemed like a good idea at the time I suppose.
I suppose there is nothing you can do to stop this.
"It's suppose[d] to be 'real,' but it's not," wrote Patrick.
Suppose there is a very powerful criminal organization in the city.
Suppose you're building a new web site, or a new app.
But suppose there is a vote in favor of a Brexit.
It sounds, no offense, absolutely asinine, but I suppose we'll see.
Suppose, optimistically, that each side followed World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules.
I suppose "USCAM" would've been bad branding, and "CAMUS" too bleak.
So I suppose we wanted to draw on that energy again.
And I suppose it comes in nice colors, so there's that.
Depends, I suppose, on whether the Netflix adaptation is far behind.
Suppose you were looking down on the field from a blimp.
Still, China is quicker to embrace change than outsiders might suppose.
The NBA needs to protect its players from themselves, I suppose.
Well, again, I mean this is representative of bias, I suppose.
Oh, and I suppose The Vergecast is pretty neat as well.
I suppose, somewhere near the locale where that person was captured.
But, I suppose, sometimes that's just the way the cookie crumbles.
Well yeah, I mean I suppose, it depends on the timeline.
Suppose it commits 10% of that, every year, to efficient charities.
You really think I'm suppose to cough up 150k to you ???
Suppose you're looking for a single person, somewhere in the world.
Suppose that 27% is divvied up as: A 9%, B 18%.
I suppose the lesson I learned is: Don't do it drunk.
"I've become a juggler I suppose," Hartung says in one post.
But there is a sucker born every day I suppose lol.
Unfortunately it yields less money than many on the left suppose.
That, we suppose, helps explain the D.Throne S' hefty price tag.
I suppose I do have a hope, if not a solution.
The dates went well, I suppose, but I was so uptight.
I suppose the powers that be have great hopes for it.
Suppose an economic shock raises the risk of a sovereign default.
"I suppose that was the point of the lesson," I said.
Suppose you run a sushi restaurant and have many competitors nearby.
I suppose you could say that this goal is my passion.
Better get dressed and offend some humourless cunts I suppose. pic.twitter.
To be truly funny, you have to be vulnerable, I suppose.
Suppose a person posts something racially divisive about Asians on Twitter.
Suppose Mr. Smith wants to go to Washington as a senator.
So I suppose there's a gray lining to the silver lining.
Suppose you come to me and you're freaked out, you're anxious.
When you peruse any of that, information is exchanged, I suppose.
One of the consequences of current edgeless monitor design, I suppose.
If anything I suppose you walked into a trap, didn't you?
" We suppose that only the best can cover a "platinum vagine.
Sometimes you just need something to get mad at, I suppose.
Suppose someone were to ask whether it was the same club.
Beyond that, I suppose it was therapeutic in its own way.
But I suppose it can be traced back to her mother.
But we suppose you can't put a price on lifelong memories.
I suppose there wasn't the language for it then, she said.
Ultimately, I suppose we chose ones that reflect our team here.
I suppose that song is about broken friendships in a way.
I suppose so—it was always really visual in my head.
I suppose we all experience intellectual insufficiency from time to time.
We'll see if this thing can keep cheating death, I suppose.
But suppose you could get back to that 1984-2007 equilibrium.
I suppose it makes sense; "silver screen" is another way to
I suppose I should have felt relief, but I was concerned.
Arthur: Just as long as they're native-born caddies, I suppose.
I suppose I know a few people who could do it.
But let us suppose there had been no referendum at all.
I suppose everyone, French or foreigner, is predisposed to love Paris.
"I suppose the police have enough reasons to raid," he said.
"I suppose that's when I got the acting bug," he said.
Well, I suppose the extraterrestrial origin is possible, but very unlikely.
"You can't compare her to Eleanor Roosevelt, I suppose," Dinklage says.
I suppose I felt that my youth made it less sad.
Suppose that you like a restaurant's ambience, but not its food.
Redemption: I suppose that's what she must come up with -- again.
They're all desperate to get, I suppose, the same thing really.
If you put the right girl on the moon, I suppose.
And so it goes — until, I suppose, American moviegoers say enough.
I suppose it would be nice if it were hands-free.
Huh. Yes, I suppose I could organize my books, couldn't I?
One of the faces of ever-growing digital divide, I suppose.
I feared for my home, I suppose, but mostly for myself.
Suppose dogs didn't evolve in one place, they suggested, but two.
I suppose we will work it out over a little time.
It was part of my attempt to reinvent myself, I suppose.
Suppose that you will compare the results of Country A vs.
I suppose I've taken the place of Curly, the third Stooge.
The light was gone, and with it, I suppose, the lightness.
Still, this should be nice for the family business, we suppose.
I haven't figured that out yet, but I suppose I should.
You have to give it up to the ether, I suppose.
And I suppose what bothers him is being forced to act.
I suppose if Vivienne asked me personally I would consider it.
Suppose you've met, enjoyed yourself, and hope to see him again.
Dickerson fumbled twice, which was good enough for Ryan, I suppose.
I don't suppose I'll get anywhere close to it these days.
Suppose, for example, that you are buying an annual gym membership.
Tim: I suppose our collaboration came as a necessity for me.
I suppose you could consider that its own sort of regression.
" In the original published article, he adds, "I suppose I'm gay.
But it is in the dictionary, so fair game, I suppose.
Suppose a textile designer grabbed a woman's breast in the subway.
Or, in my case, I suppose, making our melancholic documentary films.
It's undeniable that she loves Jim, which is something I suppose.
The weather has a lot to do with it, I suppose.
Suppose Trump is really worth $1 billion rather than $9 billion.
We suppose our own folk will hear of it, won't they?
Or, should my hollandaise fail to emulsify, just eggs I suppose.
I suppose that's working with the people that we worked with.
But I suppose we're paid the money so that we don't.
Let's suppose that Hillary Clinton had won the presidency in 2016.
I suppose Mr. Balanchine and I were both a little nervous.
I suppose it remains to be seen whether Judy is invincible.
And I suppose I'm doing some of that mangling now myself.
I suppose these roads are considerable in degree, power and intensity.
And you're talking about, I suppose, the liberty of your client.
Suppose global investors demand an after-tax rate of return r*.
So suppose you do the study in prisons, said Dr. Jones.
"I suppose I'm now what you call a 'floater,' " he said.
"It is the only life they've known, I suppose," she said.
I suppose also faith and maybe the basic decency of humanity.
I suppose, unless everything you touched exploded — you'd have a problem.
Even its name, Suppose, dares them to question their own assumptions.
I suppose that ended with Robert Bork's failed nomination in 1987.
I suppose (superstitiously?) to avoid being influenced by someone else's style.
"I suppose everyone has to apologize for everything nowadays," he grumbles.
I suppose it was part of the transformation into that creature.
I suppose this was inevitable in the age of Donald Trump.
Which is, I suppose, where everyone in America might come in.
At its best, the book is a bracing tonic, I suppose.
I suppose the question isn't what history will think of us.
Intraparty divisions aside, suppose the Senate were to eliminate the filibuster.
The problem, I suppose, is that I like being an assimilationist.
I suppose it's gratifying to see donors touting the work, though.
If there are Method actors, I suppose I'm a Method composer.
Yet I suppose it was not like that at all really.
Suppose, however, that all these doubts about Stubblefield's conviction are mistaken.
I suppose I'm drawn to — I'd call them all outsider figures.
Into the weeds, I suppose, and hope for no stone walls.
Unsurprisingly, I suppose, there are a lot of terms for Satan.
Suppose we were talking about a genetically modified viral vector, however.
Q: I suppose this service model makes relationships important, doesn't it?
But I suppose a woman has no claim to such comforts.
But I suppose at this point, it has nothing to lose.
Suppose the United States was a superpower in treating people equally.
Crime could, I suppose, fall further, but it could also rise.
I suppose they disparage Muslims over well-done burgers and Coke.
You could use it for pouring over your windscreen I suppose.
"I suppose I'd select 'muddle on in some manifestation,' " he allowed.
Patrick has, I suppose, a delayed reaction to his father's death.
Suppose you have $19903,21990 to invest over the next 25 years.
I also have more time to listen to music I suppose.
Or suppose some of my colleagues form an economics consulting firm.
The stresses and restrictions on them are slightly odd, I suppose.
Suppose they had drawn it somewhere between the allegations against Rep.
I suppose that's how they quietly managed infertility in the 1950s.
For grandeur, I suppose the purple walls will have to do.
They all have an element of performance about them, I suppose.
I suppose it'd be close, but I still shoot film sometimes.
I still suppose we'll be replaced by robots at some point.
"I suppose, in a way, it was murder," one character says.
We suppose that's better than the pack not surviving at all, right?
I suppose I'm going to strike out sometimes when trying new recipes.
Pretty clever — unless your name actually happens to be Becky, we suppose.
Whether you find that deceptive is a matter of taste, I suppose.
For example, suppose you ran out of space on your C drive.
We'll have to send him to a day spa now, I suppose.
We wanted to put them out in a larger capacity, I suppose.
Suppose a golf ball starts 1833 meters away from another stationary ball.
The Patriots are only suppose to make us weep tears of rage.
Suppose PPG raises its offer from 833 euros a share to 90.
You'd rather not be in a price war with Uber, I suppose.
Suppose we draw a vertical line through the middle of a square.
Suppose there are 45 Democratic, 45 Republican, and 10 Innovation Party senators.
If you were already into Gaga then yes I suppose it is.
I suppose it says something about how adults look at a career.
I don't suppose that when my parents sent me off to the
Suppose you are in a car driving 30 mph along a road.
We suppose Bonnie Tyler wanted it to be spooky -- and she succeeded.
And suppose the U.S. tariff rate for the umbrellas is 6.5 percent.
At least the trailer doesn't spoil the final five minutes, I suppose.
I suppose that's an opportunity for you to weigh in, dear reader.
But I suppose that's what the personal challenge has represented all along.
The display doesn't have a "flat tire," which is nice I suppose.
I suppose that's the purpose of their experiment: to evolve the rules.
I am a little surprised he's surprised, but it's possible, I suppose.
Which, I suppose, would be comforting if I believed in the afterlife.
"I personally get a few wake-up calls, I suppose," he says.
Suppose financialisation and low interest rates are to blame for high prices.
I suppose that's more practical, but it's just not quite as cool.
Which is great news for them, I suppose, but not for consumers.
Yet here, too, things are less clear cut than one might suppose.
Tony DeRose: Suppose you want to build a character like Lightning McQueen.
"I know I am suppose to forgive and love everyone," Alexander continued.
It's exciting...because I suppose we never really recognized that it was.
The answer is not, as one might suppose, that older workers are.
For example, suppose that we're evaluating whether to invest in a company.
You might suppose that Deutsche's should be keen on a fresh start.
I suppose it drives home the point that Dany is often overlooked.
Now, suppose that you wait an additional 10 years to start contributing.
I suppose I can be thankful that I'm so good at sleeping.
Suppose a Briton uses money in his bank account to buy Libras.
This feature isn't available across the U.S. at this time, says Suppose.
I suppose His Majesty needs his photo-boy more than I do.
"But I suppose in the back of my mind, hoped would happen."
I suppose I watch my mom and dad and they're still together.
I suppose there's nothing inherently crazy about Musk's plan—except his deadline.
I suppose there wasn't really any defending myself by that point anyway.
The same ones who bring their typewriters and mustache wax, I suppose.
But let's suppose the surface indicators of a coming retreat prove accurate.
I suppose you may say that I am a social commentary artist.
I suppose you can ask [Bernard Sumner] if you ever get him.
I'm an American, so I suppose these things are on my mind.
So I suppose it's good that Trump's UN speech was blandly positive.
I suppose, like anything, being blind in my mind is about attitude.
There's nothing wrong with someone wanting to appear well-read, I suppose.
Sometimes ya gotta sit tight to go out in style, we suppose.
If you think Monero is worse than Nike, that's fair I suppose.
The claim is half-baked, but I suppose it is an improvement.
"We're both keen on being self-sufficient, I suppose," says Susan Brown.
"I suppose it was in a way," he said with typical understatement.
Suppose that the best lawyer in town is also the best typist.
I suppose the question now is whether it could have been saved.
I suppose we were what you could call a working-class family.
I suppose at least that means my day can't get any worse.
But I suppose you're accurate to say this would have marked me.
I suppose she could've called her boss and then warned him afterwards?
The movie's grave commitment to its own quirkiness is admirable, I suppose.
"I suppose we have an unspoken 'no-spouse rule,'" Sarah tells Inc.
Suppose a terrifying crisis were to explode in, say, the Middle East.
They can put a girl on the moon right now, I suppose.
"I suppose so, in some way," Mr. Dylan said of that comparison.
Now suppose she goes outside and sees flowers for the first time.
BECKY QUICK: I don't suppose you wanna go into any detail there.
I suppose I could appeal my case to the state licensing board.
I wanted it to mean something more than I suppose it did.
Sinclair has died, as I suppose you know' — like I would know.
I suppose if they do, they would have to explain at least.
I suppose I don't mind being the test mouse for his growth.
Suppose this U.S.-funded, authoritarian regime becomes notorious for inciting violent attacks.
Suppose a mid-level bureaucrat has a billion-ruble project ($16 million).
Suppose you were replumbing your house for more water at higher pressure.
"Simon replied, "I suppose the one who had the bigger debt forgiven.
I suppose that does take some of the fun out of dating.
I suppose you could say it tells a story, but it's subjective.
Providing some sort of happiness, I suppose, with life's precious last gasps.
Suppose weather causes a disruption and smart traffic management systems kick in.
It wouldn't be on my agenda but I suppose it's quite romantic.
Good day to be friends with someone named Isaiah, I suppose, huh?
I suppose we wanted to show that broad depth of design here.
I suppose these are all things we can figure out in therapy.
I suppose I do understand what's going on in my father's head.
Suppose you're building an app that logs in to a web service.
Suppose, for example, that a family has a gap in insurance coverage.
Suppose one of them was denied their Social Security, that is catastrophic.
I mean, you could turn to drugs or something instead, I suppose.
Suppose, dear reader, you found yourself at work on a Monday morning.
I suppose I'm being a bit harsh on you, Mr. Prime Minister.
I suppose Okja inevitably is going to make people eat less meat.
Sarah: Be true to yourself, I suppose, is the moral of this.
Better to be occasionally freaked out beyond belief than sorry I suppose?
I suppose we all try to prevent anything bad happening to us.
Suppose a kidnapper frees you after you've promised not to report him.
"I suppose it's like a muscle that you're trying to make work."
I suppose as people move to electronic transactions, the risk is reduced.
CLEMENT Depends how high the water rises, I suppose, since we're islands.
VICE: If there's one thing, I suppose, that's going to do it.
Suppose you have a modest income and you need more basic help.
"I suppose they won't have to worry about falling over," she said.
I suppose the challenge for us is: how much you rewrite history?
I suppose it feels a bit contrived to choose the most recent.
But let's suppose that microchips turn out to be the right stuff.
Suppose the mess they leave is inseparable from their reach and grasp?
I suppose it was unexpected but it makes a lot of sense.
"I suppose it all reminds me that death is everywhere," he says.
I suppose it's a nostalgic desire to remind myself of my childhood.
I suppose he is stupid, but mostly he's just driven by hunger.
I suppose I hear the mesh beneath and not the actual pieces.
"Suppose you could live forever or live to be 200?" she asked.
Suppose California were considering a ballot initiative to abolish the death penalty.
I suppose I have zones: poetry and fiction for my writing studio.
Opinion Columnist Suppose one night there is a knock on your door.
I am not suppose to be herein this body,herespeaking to you.
Suppose the city's average revenue per curb space is $2,000 a year.
Suppose the virus news gets better in April do they hike back?
So it was kind of a surprise, I suppose, when it did.
I suppose that's what every writer is aiming for, in a sense.
"We expected, I suppose, conventional stories of heroism and bravery," Mendes said.
The closest for me, I suppose, is Leo, but that's a stretch.
So yeah, I'm just lucky, I suppose, that it's not affected me.
Suppose that you are tempted to think that he should be impeached.
If anyone out there—here, I suppose—did know, they didn't care.
And that became the wall, I suppose, between him and the audience.
Suppose you're a US company with a hot new product under development.
Suppose that the Justice Department then sought jail time for convicted owners.
That is, I suppose, an expression of the current zeitgeist as well.
I suppose it's a love-to-hate topic, but fairs are important.
And I suppose, given the surroundings, that I couldn't much blame them.
They still are, I suppose, but their appeal is significantly dampened now.
There's a huge amount of shared resolve I suppose, and shared experience.
Pelosi surely did not suppose such a tactic would succeed with Trump.
Suppose all of that Alaskan salmon exported to China stayed in China.
Still, we suppose it's a much better look than Daenerys' bald cap...
I suppose that we should not be surprised; we had been warned.
Gail: Suppose the Republican leadership wanted to do things the normal way.
But suppose that an accident causes damage and losses exceeding $500 million.
I was, I suppose, fortunate that Fallon went so quickly and quietly.
I suppose this was a twist on a "false flag" conspiracy theory.
Fitting, I suppose, that I'll be sporting it next week at Disrupt.
So I suppose I could have a burrito loaded with hot sauce.
Suppose we make diversity our first principle of worthiness and public order.
"Let's suppose we are not having a snap election," Mr. McCluskey said.
For the IRS, there's safety of a sort in that, I suppose.
"I suppose in that sense he's like a patron saint," he said.
" As the audience laughed and applauded, McCabe said, "I suppose that's possible.
I suppose that's a weird thing to say about an old friend.
Oh, I suppose that's fine if you like that sort of thing.
I suppose a tax hike doesn't truly die until someone kills it.
That makes this film and the brutality more breezily watchable, I suppose.
"I suppose someone could have the skills to do it," he said.
But suppose you, personally, decide to cut back on your meat consumption.
Continuing the example above, suppose managerial expenses — salaries, benefits, offices, cars, etc.
I suppose he thinks his big hands count for a free lunch.
Suppose — as MMTers tend to assume — that interest rates nonetheless didn't rise.
Let's suppose that OSM was required to find identify regulation to repeal.
I suppose the function is quite different for me than other work.
Suppose Jane Doe (16) gives legal assent to sex with Troy (30).
I mean, I'm a news junkie, so I miss that, I suppose.
Well, if you are nosy, like a concierge, I suppose you do.
Everyone was friendly; I suppose everyone is always friendly when you're 22.
Suppose you're trying to combat inequality by increasing the US tax rate.
But suppose it's just a career that pays well without causing harm.
I suppose it's the same reason I have a Kobe Bryant tattoo.
But I suppose I risk not seeing the wood for the trees.
Suppose Congress passed a law denying citizenship to children of undocumented immigrants.
Now let's suppose the nomination just sits there for months and months.
"With our API solution, Suppose supports the delivery of TV service selection tools by partner companies like broadband providers, television OS platforms, or retailers," says Suppose TV co-founder Andrew Shapiro, in a statement about the API launch.
Mandy manifests also in a stained glass triptych, embracing Pirate Jenny, I suppose.
So subsequently, I suppose the next big thing will be the nude boot.
And I suppose someone sat there and counted all of them by hand?
But I suppose we should talk about the actual films that were nominated.
Now, suppose Player B adopts the (silly) strategy of choosing Paper every turn.
Suppose you are either in or teaching the second semester of introductory physics.
Suppose on one boundary there's low entropy; from that I then explain everything.
Now suppose someone wants to toss a bag of stuff over that wall.
Suppose you are in a stationary elevator and you push the down button.
Suppose the Democrats get their way, Jason, and they get to abolish ICE.
Rothman: That's part of the practice I suppose when you get into it.
"Naturally I suppose it's more pressure, but again it's exciting," he tells PEOPLE.
KJ was suppose to come watch me dance … He never got the chance!
Angels have to be prepared for anything, including derbies and horses, I suppose.
I suppose you can also leave good feedback, but who's got the time?
I suppose what shocked me was how organically they do work, as well.
Some suppose it would be better for poor countries to become rich themselves.
I cannot tell anyone about it, and I suppose that makes it better.
But before we get there I suppose we should start at the beginning.
Suppose the tax were then extended to include foreign sales of American mugs.
I suppose there was a personal dimension to it, because we were friends.
SUPPOSE that you and I are interested in opening a lemonade stand together.
I suppose those are both relative terms that could technically apply to anyone.
You can't sleep when there are reality show plotlines at stake, I suppose.
I suppose I could ask, 'Why me?' but the answer is 'Why not?
Still, with the fish for entertainment, I suppose you don't need anything else.
But suppose that a future party leader were less honest than Mr Kagame?
"It's genuine feeling," Isabel explains, mixed with… I suppose… the Bible or something.
I suppose I'm trying to say, very cautiously, that that's not what happened.
I suppose I can understand what it's like not to enjoy creme eggs.
Suppose that a woman is fired because she is sexually attracted to women.
I suppose that's a generational difference, having grown up with FaceTime and stuff.
I suppose the question is: How is Dumbledore's sexuality depicted in this film?
HN: I suppose not supported by evidence depends on what definition we're using.
"I suppose if they wanted to they could buy a bank," Taylor said.
Oh, and Razer also added an Ethernet port, which is useful, I suppose.
I suppose he never specified what, exactly, he was going to clean up.
"There's a Disney reference there I suppose," he said of her unique name.
I suppose that's why he asked me to marry him this past May.
There is no reason to suppose this cycle will lead to anything better.
Recipients argue that the scheme is less generous than most Hong Kongers suppose.
But suppose Congress is doing its job honestly, rather than deferring hard choices.
WALTER ISAACSON: Do they ‑‑ first of all, suppose you were the I.T. director.
Suppose one morning a tweet announces that the United States is leaving NATO.
You might suppose that the feud could be settled by testing rival claims.
Which direction do you suppose it will go in the next few decades?
I suppose that would be the 'worst thing' that could happen to you.
"I suppose various factors must have led us to this situation," she said.
I suppose we wanted as well to break TV convention, the visual convention.
I suppose that could make or break a relationship but it made ours.
I suppose you could say, his future appears to be coming up roses.
I suppose a lot of people think it's really all about getting high.
That's what being twenty is, I suppose, it's kinda feeling like you're immortal.
I suppose when things aren't going so well and there's lots of pressure.
I suppose that's a strange and unconscious reason for it being so quiet.
This is what happens when you get bought out by Kraft, I suppose.
Or suppose you've just been diagnosed with a serious disease, such as cancer.
So, I suppose to a certain degree, I was flying a false flag.
I suppose that's technically possible but seems very, very far-fetched to me.
Suppose you put $10 in leftover change into your piggy bank a week.
"I suppose with enough pressure I might cave," Benjamin said in the video.
I'm into red-haired guys, so I suppose it kind of makes sense?
My lame excuse I suppose is that it's what I'm paid to do.
And I suppose that's why lip-syncing can make fans feel so cheated.
But I suppose it is unacceptable to enter a copy to the contest.
That's one way to save yourself a trip to the mall, we suppose.
How am I suppose to start my day off if Reddit is down?!
There's always 2024 for a campaign from the 46-year-old, I suppose.
Then again, I suppose "chocolate chip cookie" doesn't roll off the tongue either.
"There's a Disney reference there I suppose," he said of her uncommon name.
I suppose the thing is, your grandchildren are different from your own children.
Let's suppose that [the Former Yugoslav Republic of] Macedonia-Greece borders are sealed.
If you like pain, then we suppose we never could have helped you.
I suppose "Chained To The Rhythm" is a corrective to that, at least.
Although I suppose we should expect that, given how much practice you've had.
It was written probably around the time the election process started I suppose.
But I suppose that would be, you know, too dramatic for network TV.
I suppose I should also say Dorothy Parker, and that whole Algonquin bunch.
Suppose North Carolina A&T joins a pay-for-play HBCU basketball league.
I've never been in the position of even having that doubt, I suppose.
I suppose there is one hallucinatory moment, when Strange is given mystical sight.
"Suppose we hadn't met," she says; "We couldn't not have met," he replies.
Not great for my self-esteem, but good for my waistline, I suppose.
There is, similarly, no reason to suppose he is racist, as many have.
I suppose, though—if you disregard geography—it's actually a pretty nice sentiment.
"Everything she does, her movement I suppose, reminds me of Heath," says Kate.
Luckily for the Democrats, Sanders is more deft and pragmatic than many suppose.
"Suppose we start with race and the next case involves religion," Alito said.
I suppose we have to talk about the so-called "trolley problem," too.
I suppose your perspective changes when you are handed the reins of power.
I suppose the ending you imagine is a litmus test for your character.
Orbital was much more...ravey, I suppose, than anything I was involved with.
Now suppose the government wants to increase taxes to address a local crisis.
Since you have not yet seen a mirror, you suppose you are, too.
I suppose I was doing the same thing, a tourist in the underworld.
There is, I suppose, something commendable about this, but it's the bare minimum.
There are a few items that could, I suppose, be described as newsworthy.
Fury: Which I suppose is now the same with you coming to Balenciaga.
Suppose, he said, that 10 planes are circling an airport waiting to land.
Either way, the lawyers have done their best — kudos to them, I suppose.
Suppose Deutsche Bank has put away €3 billion for this settlement with Washington.
Suppose you want a Clean Water Act wetlands permit to build a subdivision?
"I suppose it is an honor to be attacked like this," said Krebs.
I don't suppose the night ever looked better than it did right then.
Edmure Tully: I suppose this is the most important moment of our lives.
Yet it would be mad to suppose that Sally is not better off.
It would help a little if Kasich were his vice president, I suppose.
But I suppose isn't that what a lot of relationships can lead to?!
I suppose I should, but in the end, this isn&apost about me.
I suppose Chuck Close's Studio doesn't really have the same ring to it.
"Well, ugly THEN beautiful.... which I suppose is how it goes," wrote one.
Everyone who visits here goes straight to Kreuzberg or Neukölln, understandably I suppose.
I suppose I am a little bit of an obsessive type of person.
But that, I suppose, is when it becomes good to know Savion Glover.
I suppose it would be all my fault for being born this way.
"I suppose this is where I could suggest The Pomodoro Technique," Ellie says.
I suppose that's been steadily decreasing since the abolition of the death penalty.
I suppose it depends on how much you care about other people's faces.
I suppose we just thought we should put it down for a while.
"I suppose I will have to tell them at some point," Hall said.
And I suppose punching the origin of that failure is one of them.
I suppose there's more of a shorthand in the way we communicate now.
Under the condition section, it is described as "used," which, I suppose, yes.
So I suppose either way, people are going to say self-aggrandizing things.
Blow jobs still make me uncomfortable, but these things take time, I suppose.
Crypto, we're a little scared by, but I suppose those are marketplaces, too.
I suppose the difference is that I don't set out with that purpose.
That longing comes with a part of being on this planet I suppose.
I've never had an STI so I suppose I don't have any fear.
Suppose you want to buy a home in the $400,000 to $500,000 range.
I suppose from their view it was quick, but it felt like forever.
But I suppose that depends on what you consider dangerous, and to whom.
To illustrate, suppose Jeff Bezos agreed to give you one penny on Jan.
These are mere quibbles, the kind reviewers are paid to make, I suppose.
I suppose I can take the chilly thing longer than the huggy thing.
Now I suppose I'm disappointed, for the first time, in the American people.
"Suppose people like Luca had the kinds of modern tools we have now?"
Suppose the world saw how many we are, and how beautiful, I mused.
I suppose that's true in pregnancy in general, but especially in these circumstances.
Suppose the cost of health insurance to your employer is $10,000 per employee.
Now, suppose the US doesn't bomb "marbled" territory — but Russia or Assad does.
I suppose it's also like the German albums from the 70s, like Neu!
It's an all-new game; a reboot, I suppose, rather than a remake.
Suppose Jane Doe had not been able to get her abortion in time.
Suppose that all of the great apes were either endangered or critically endangered.
Suppose you observe a shopper at the convenience store buying a lottery ticket.
But, oddly enough, the confection is not so tasty as one might suppose.
I suppose it's, like, metaphysically possible for Bernie Sanders to win the nomination.
I suppose he can if he finds the money lurking behind the math.
No. And I suppose you could argue the Dothraki and Unsullied acted heroically.
In this way, I suppose that Richard saw something of himself in me.
I suppose I was a nuisance, in everybody's face a little too much.
I suppose he preferred Jimmy when he lacked both ambition and intellectual curiosity.
None of us did, with the possible exception of Bill Gates, I suppose.
It feels like a curse, and I suppose in many ways it is.
"I suppose they don't want us to see the intel," Mr. Corker said.
He wasn't doing the managing, I suppose, day to day, from my understanding.
I suppose I was hoping for a nice surprise… but, far from it.
I suppose if there's one constant for me, it's any version of vetiver.
I feel death may not be as big a change as we suppose.
I suppose it could be more than 1,000, but it's at least hundreds.
Now I'm double fisting, I suppose there are worse things to be doing.
Suppose, further, that you know she stole a thousand dollars from somebody else.
I suppose it feared that elections might produce administrations keen on income redistribution.
"I suppose I am a bit of a younger Alfred, yeah," said Serkis.
"With things like Uber and Deliveroo, I suppose, it's highly visible," he said.
It's ambiguous, and we suppose a conversation-starter, but nothing more than that.
But it doesn't flatter anybody, so it's more convenient, I suppose, to ignore.
What identity do you suppose he chose as the most potent and irresistible?
Suppose she can claim the deduction for only part of her repayment term.
Not I suppose good news in a culture and economy built on obsolescence.
I suppose we may start paying for a "no bumping" ticket before long.
Suppose on the following Saturday they did the same thing all over again.
"I suppose I should say be careful about what you tweet," Levin said.
Whether you "Netflix and chill" -- I suppose you could even DVD and chill?
So it's okay to be different, because everyone is suppose to be different.
I'm finally getting my own way, and I suppose maybe they're getting theirs.
Others have gotten, uh, creative, I suppose, by laying down on the stairs.
" — SETH MEYERS "I suppose we should have seen his anti-exercise thing coming.
The climate change – Paris climate change agreement – would be one negative I suppose.
"I don't suppose you want to talk about this, do you?" he asks.
I suppose it's possible you've never used Facebook to find roommates or housing.
Suppose you want to make insurance available to people with pre-existing conditions.
B: Do you suppose the cleaning people might have done something with it?
I suppose that's why Whizzer's sudden fit of wheezing hit me so hard.
Suppose you were interviewing someone for a high level position in your organization.
I suppose I grew up in a single parent family, in that sense.
"Suppose we go ahead with the Stennis plan without firing Cox," he said.
I suppose he meant that a more humane chemical would work more quickly.
I suppose you could heat water for some blue-ribbon cup ramen (above).
I suppose that that must have been when I saw them, the birds.
The occupations "rock musician" and "lead parent" both inform each other, I suppose.
I suppose that's why Crews can't seem to end his war against Freud.
I mean, I suppose I would ... I understand what you say about China.
I suppose that's fitting, because he's more than great in his current gig.
Suppose the hiring manager in the Midwest messed up by offering too much.
Now suppose the corporate tax rate is cut to a lower level t'.
It's a nice look—very of the time, I suppose: smart, grubby chic.
Suppose I spend $100 on a card and give it to a friend.
We suppose we'll just have to try Trader Joe's new mixed nut beverage ourselves.
Kardashian has a thing for mobile seven-footers with a championship pedigree, we suppose.
It also means, I suppose, that a movie could conceivably lose its classic status.
I suppose a trip to Greenpoint wouldn't have been complete without an absurdist piece.
Suppose I have a 3 nC charge at the location <0.1, -0.2, 0> m.
Suppose aliens land on our planet and want to learn our current scientific knowledge.
But he later told The New York Times, "I suppose" that was the case.
Chicago's much more of a collaborative mentality, so I suppose it comes from that.
She had three children herself, so I suppose it's what Kate is used to.
I suppose, like all journalists, I came into it expecting to change the world.
Mostly, I suppose, because I had never seen him put it down on paper.
Suppose it was in western Long Island Sound, which is not so well-flushed.
The people who never downloaded the patch would simply be, I suppose, collateral damage.
We've lost other Dukes but I suppose not in this world of social media.
Suppose, optimistically, that each side followed the rules of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Suppose you refuse to accept that possibility and choose instead to remember your origins?
I suppose we all in a way have our mental models for influence trackers.
It's special, I suppose, that she is proving one of our points for us.
Then suppose that the hotel knowingly leaves out food that might attract fire ants.
That's reason enough, I suppose, and I admit I like the feel of it.
Technically, I suppose it is, as the jolly laughter of those around me attested.
I suppose I do worry but ultimately we're appealing to people's rational self-interest.
I suppose I'm what they call an introverted extrovert — to use a miserable expression!
"Everything" is now the 12th track on that playlist, which is something, I suppose.
And suppose Phillips says he wouldn't make a cake with two grooms for anybody.
Things start off fairly normally, though we suppose normal is relative in this case.
"I suppose the situation will get worse as we approach the election," Javier said.
"I suppose I'm always on the lookout for untold or forgotten stories," Freidrichs said.
Until then, let's try — The St. Petersburg Lottery Suppose we play the following game.
For example, suppose the first-preference result is: A 183%, B 33%, C 27%.
Suppose you can spend your evening either going to a concert or having dinner.
"I suppose this might be why 'magic' was needed in Harry Potter's cloak, too?"
But I suppose that is what it took to get Apple where it went.
Moreover, the apparent nationalism of Chinese students may be less strong than many suppose.
If he is really using a computer, what do you suppose he's looking at?
It's very masturbatory to follow that pursuit, but I suppose that's all we have.
How irritated do you suppose Thor would be by the Merc with the Mouth?
" I suppose he doesn't consider himself, as of yet, "in the history of politics.
LM: I suppose, but I don't worry so much about it day to day.
In a way, I suppose I should thank that ignorant bro from high school.
I suppose it only makes sense that Christene indirectly inspired my own apartment search.
They might want to get to know the different side of me, I suppose.
We suppose you don't become Postmates' "most dedicated customer" by placing the usual orders.
Such is life when you're Meghan Markle, a soon-to-be royal, we suppose.
An important reminder right off the top: Connections do not suppose collusion or collaboration.
To see why, suppose the "ballots" of the Pew poll were in a pile.
But suppose I were a young freelance author, with two children and a mortgage?
But let's suppose we take a wavelength that appears saturated green under normal circumstances.
I suppose it will all come to light when the case goes to court.
But, I suppose some rugs are just no match for my little robot dude.
I suppose it all depends on where you stand on the sandwich alignment chart.
When I was young, I suppose I was interested in aliens like anyone else.
Suppose there are a few scuffles in the streets outside the Quicken Loans Arena.
Let's suppose there's a Republican administration that is not doing real analysis, fair analysis.
I suppose we paved the way for Deadpool, which paved the way for Logan.
Suppose the Assad regime ignores these strikes and chooses to use chemical weapons again.
It was also designed to show that Shell is thinking about efficiency, I suppose.
All in a year's work, I suppose, but seriously dude... where's my fire gun?
"I suppose they could easily Google us…" So when are the children coming along?
That's one way to find out what Faraday Future is working on, I suppose.
I guess maybe people in North Jersey, I suppose there's a tangential link there.
It could also just be Mysterio doing his master of illusion thing, I suppose.
I suppose I should see to these other three Divine Beasts, at some point.
I suppose that using drugs and alcohol was a reprieve from that inner discomfort.
I suppose it would be Brendan Eich's turn to send a cease and desist.
I suppose the question here is what's more mortifying: pit stains or armpit fans?
But it's hard for people on the outside to really understand that, I suppose.
Opposed: I suppose you could say that they've... laid their cards on the table.
"It has to do, I suppose, with the technological novelty of it," he says.
I suppose it makes sense — what creature does like the sound of nearby explosions?
I suppose their perspective is that getting rid of it cleaned the area up.
But I suppose I have come to realize that entertainment is not easily dismissed.
Which, I suppose, is part of what leads them to do what they do.
Suppose you hear somebody say something you don't like about your relationship's age imbalance.
"I suppose it's kind of escapism for me," Mr. Hannah said of his painting.
And I suppose that's why some of them don't really see themselves as victims.
We suppose that's a sign of just how good some of these deals are.
"I suppose right now, it would be a bit weird," he told the magazine.
I'm talking about boner pills which were a sort of gateway drug, I suppose.
I suppose that counts as a good memory, but the photos were pretty unflattering.
Suppose that the IRS targets political opponents or the FBI improperly harasses private citizens.
I suppose it's no longer news, or they just don't believe he means it.
Suppose, though, that the president were to announce a longer and more plausible timeframe.
Film critics are, I suppose, a bit more practiced at slowing down their reactions.
Suppose the government went ahead with plans to limit drilling to protect the environment?
I suppose I could read e-books, but I've never really cared for them.
Mr. Talese has always — as most good journalists have, I suppose — liked to watch.
Suppose I tell you to memorize the following: First of all, what is gravity?
Suppose Hillary got elected instead of Trump, you think it would be so exciting?
I suppose it's up to the people and what they get out of it.
Wasting their time and their lives was, I suppose, what I wanted to say.
For example, let's suppose that you grow corn and that your neighbor grows wheat.
So suppose you wish to give a gift to your son, who is married.
"Maybe they thought it was something wired to a bottle, I suppose," she said.
Judged by that standard alone, I suppose "Hillary's America" is some kind of masterpiece.
This made the banning of printed books much less effective than one might suppose.
I suppose my favorite thing to read is fiction of a certain bucolic stripe.
" He went on, "I suppose that doesn't matter—you can listen to old shit.
I had security spoken to, but I guess you'll have to come, I suppose.
I suppose the closest thing I felt to an emotion was a little sadness.
This is just one more reason to head on over to Vegas, we suppose.
We'll still always have his match with Styles at Wrestle Kingdom I suppose... Bomaye!
That's what happens when two good-looking people make out in bed, we suppose.
This was not as clear-cut a choice as a lot of people suppose.
It's not easy to follow a diet, but [I suppose] it's not impossible either.
Suppose we maintain that this Jesus was not who he said that he was.
But in a way, I suppose it was a self-improvement holiday after all.
Suppose a breast-cancer survivor applied for insurance in Mr. Trump's post-Obamacare world.
I suppose I might've explained this timeline to my accuser, but to what purpose?
Suppose we morphed together, in solidarity: the Year of Letting Our Hair Go Gray!
Suppose, for example, that a taxpayer bought a $2 million building as an investment.
I suppose you could say all of this is in keeping with her character.
Suppose, more plausibly, that Bitcoin has no underlying value and will eventually become worthless.
I mean, I suppose that phrase began as a bit of a joke really.
"It was, I suppose, again that line between comical and obscene," the person said.
After some pointed observation, the woman spoke to the man — asking permission, I suppose.
It's shameful, I suppose, to admit that you haven't outgrown the needs they satisfy.
Suppose you had visited the wall at the 25 percent point in the timeline.
I could, I suppose, declare that I won't watch any more of his movies.
They have so many styles that I suppose that could be one of many.
Suppose people come to their senses, and stop interacting with — and infecting — one another.
I suppose this inner audience is meant to connect our time to that one.
Further suppose these coalitions are trying to determine the party's preference on immigration issues.
If I wasn't involved in it, I really wasn't suppose to know about it.
It's part of it, I suppose — in many ways, I have overcome my blindness.
Getting close to them now, I suppose, will make saying goodbye that much harder.
Not as long, I suppose, as boys continue slinging their guitars below the belt.
Up until the polls closed in Virginia, it was reasonable to suppose that Mrs.
In a concurring opinion, Justice Kagan, joined by Justice Breyer, seems to suppose so.
I suppose I should say, At long last, Mr. President, here is your Emmy.
The mistake, however, might be to suppose that these words mean anything at all.
Suppose they were both killed in a plane crash—what would happen to it?
I suppose that's cool, but is it really more important than seeing your kids?
"If you want to talk rewrites, I suppose we should talk contract," he said.
Suppose you get an email invitation to a party from a colleague at work.
TRUMP: Suppose I make the military aid contingent on them rooting out all corruption?
On the other hand, there are other brands that I suppose don't like it.
I suppose that gutting the ethics office would indeed qualify as a shake-up.
He was entitled, I suppose, to declare his everlasting love to a straight guy.
That's a good argument, but I suppose I should close by widening the possibilities.
Nevertheless I, a cock-eyed optimist I suppose, believe in the America I knew.
Suppose that a bill passes in November or December cutting individual income tax rates.
I suppose we should keep in mind that we haven't paid rent this month.
I shot a lot of documentaries early in my career, I suppose that's why.
I suppose I could have guessed, but I would not have done that, then.
It was in a crematorium so the proper term would be cremated, I suppose.
"I suppose you could say this is my personal field of dreams," he said.
Suppose a new owner took aggressive actions to try to achieve immediate financial returns.
" The Facebook founder's egalitarian commitments notwithstanding, I suppose the key word there is "our.
Dana White says he'll fight in early 2020, but time will tell we suppose.
"I suppose Amazon is concerned that other platforms will stay non-compliant," Shanske said.
Suppose that you're a C.E.O. who wants to curry favor with the new administration.
"What's important in my life now, I suppose, are the moments that I have."
"Ideally it would be the regular order, but I suppose we'll see," he said.
"The advantage, I suppose, is that both countries are in my heart," Chavez said.
Suppose, for example, a state passed a law restricting advertisements that promote Venezuelan socialism.
Suppose it takes 10 launches to get all the pieces up there, he said.
The show's efforts at diversity have been limited but, I suppose, worth pointing out.
Suppose Brazil sells soybeans to 15 countries and decides to re-route to China.
But I suppose not losing yourself is a big thing to think about quickly.
I suppose that would be a good thing for me, but I don't care.
For example, suppose a reduction in the size of the Army was being considered.
He did vote for the Prison Rape Elimination Act — kudos for that, I suppose.
Suppose that a bill passes in November or December cutting individual income tax rates.
Suppose you are the young son of a former warlord who has just died.
But suppose they also start selling nerdy T-shirts ("Economists do it with models").
I suppose I could have guessed, but I would not have done that, then.
"I suppose if I was truly interested, I would make the time," Legasti said.
And there were lots of theories, and the leading answer, I suppose, was culture.
They took it out on me, I suppose because I was an easy target.
Suppose you represent a mildly Republican-leaning district in, say, California or New York.
It was a signifier of being older and therefore closer to sex, I suppose.
You could say the same about Mexico, I suppose, in a lot of circumstances.
Now suppose that, instead, the government agency gives her a job at Government Pharmacy.
The game's still a long way out, so I suppose we'll wait and see.
Suppose an investor from one country spends money building a factory in another country.
I suppose I have to believe the gallery, because I can't see them exactly.
That, I suppose, explains why he offered to have Rutger Bregman on his show.
You seemed to like me, but I suppose it could have just been Stockholm Syndrome.
I suppose I should have devised some pat answers by now, prepared my bullet points.
This dystopian outcome would be sure to impact women and, I suppose, most marginalized populations.
Suppose a new mother spends an hour per workday pumping and makes $15 per hour.
I suppose the last thing we recorded was Mojave 3, whenever the last one was.
No. Suppose, while at Mindsculpt, the uploading process does not involve destroying your biological brain.
It disgusts me in the aggregate, but the board itself is pretty good, I suppose.
As a reward, I suppose, the consultant allowed me to assist with her emergency operation.
Was suppose to meet up with a couple more but got lost in the rush.
And it has to go that way for it to have a renaissance, I suppose.
"Suppose this 17 percent loss were typical of forest ecosystems around the world," Melillo says.
Centuries. I suppose I won't be able to see the light of this new era.
Suppose, in the meantime, the Democrats are denied or nearly denied the White House again.
I suppose it's time to get ready for bed and start a new week tomorrow.
I suppose we'll all have to find ways to cope with the injustice of flying.
Of course, the Cubs did win the World Series, so I suppose anything is possible.
I've been asked similar questions before, and I suppose it's a thing you could think.
C'mon blue, how is Kansas State suppose to steal one when you let this slide?
I suppose the battle system, divisive though it is, represents one massive stamp of uniqueness.
But I suppose it's important to have options for those who are different from us.
It's very much about a personality, an attitude, and a sense of humor, I suppose.
The end of the world does tend to put people in the mood, I suppose.
The next president may pay less heed to civilian casualties, it seems fair to suppose.
But I suppose it's to people who like to read or people who are writing.
Such models suppose that countries' comparative advantages are determined by their relative abundance of resources.
Suppose we create a serum or a pill that could be given to human subjects.
Suppose the multi-year British Brexit fight ends with Britain remaining in the European Union.
There is, consequently, no reason to suppose that that investigation will lead to an indictment.
"I suppose the elongated shape can make the fingers look longer and slimmer?" she guesses.
Suspend disbelief and suppose that Mr Trump's offer of a barrier-free world is serious.
I think the critique, I suppose, is always that women Abstract Expressionists were not innovators.
So, it is only a matter of time before you run into exes, I suppose.
Anchoring To The Opposite Suppose I ask you to bid on a bottle of wine.
I suppose, as an unexpected effect, you have some very unique recordings from that era.
LN: Yeah, I suppose somewhere, but somehow women didn't get much footage in there somehow.
Just, you know, classic life things, which, I suppose, I'm absorbing and letting seep through.
Suppose that a minority of residents — say, 40 percent — would greatly benefit from a park.
That the facility will also be your prison is, I suppose, a somewhat technical detail.
I suppose the question is: How is the community going to treat her after that?
"If anything I suppose it shows the importance of this competition to him," he remarked.
I suppose if it's possible to get good in-camera processing, you might as well?
They're suppose to be much stronger than regular people, otherwise they're not all that super.
I suppose everything you do is site-specific, but it was definitely more challenging here.
I suppose Delaney wants him there to keep farmer Ibbotson quiet, which, um, really backfires.
Prior to his passing, it could have been listed for upwards of $233,25 I suppose.
So I suppose art, digital and otherwise has always been a part of my life.
He arranged his body into a posture that I suppose was meant to convey empathy.
People thought it was quite sweet I suppose, and used to take pictures of us.
Or, I suppose you could say, an electric skateboard that stows itself in a backpack.
I suppose because my life is very empty, and I get mad at dumb things.
Magma is scary and horrible and so, so pretty — much like life itself, I suppose.
If you make it strong enough, then yes, you can knock anything over, I suppose.
I suppose you can create something and make a pretense that it's them doing it.
I suppose the group was responsible for the decision to start eating the survivors, then?
" As for those who disbelieve her account, Farrow told King, "I suppose that's on them.
Although, I suppose I'm the first in my family to tap into the music industry.
Suppose they will only accept the death penalty for the loss of their loved ones?
If that's the case, I suppose I have no other choice than to play along.
If it's not, if we just keep expanding forever, I suppose time goes on forever.
But we suppose anything's possible for the literal GOAT of football ... according to Jon, anyway.
"Rash, but that was the sort of thing they did, I suppose, in those days."
I suppose it was because I wasn't thinking, just devolving back into my former self.
I suppose the good news is that she did wear a lovely lace bra. pic.twitter.
The question I suppose is this: Do you think we will, collectively, turn to violence?
What, do you suppose, was once called in French pissenlit, in English piss-a-bed?
I suppose it's understandable that this is the case; after all, the stakes are high.
I'm not sure if he will, though I suppose that depends who else is running.
Oh, and I suppose they have to figure out what they're doing with Jimmy Garoppolo.
Supposedly, consuming ambrosia could make one immortal, hence its use as a brand I suppose.
Some people might look at me as an optimist, but yes, I suppose I am.
Given the current climate, though, I suppose I might have alerted a police officer instead.
This has led people to suppose that Clark is plotting a grab for pop success.
Suppose a car insurer faces two different types of customer, high-risk and low-risk.
So let's suppose the next president seeks to jumpstart climate action without waiting for Congress.
Suppose the chance that your vote will make the difference is one in 10 million.
"I suppose that your local newspaper might call it 'jazz-influenced classical-rock,' " he wrote.
I suppose I learned a little about biomes and geography in high school science classes.
I suppose it just wasn't in my cards to be a duchess for the day.
"Now suppose five extra planes arrive, so that 15 planes are waiting," Professor Keller said.
Furthermore, suppose that they cannot commit to vote against their own preferences in the future.
I suppose that's their right, but the truth remains: The left has a patriotism problem.
Nearly impossible to do live TV. I suppose the WH loves those kinds of shenanigans.
"I suppose the phrase is quite popular at the moment — check your privilege," she says.
I suppose it doesn't claim to be, so I have no right to be disappointed.
Still, it is reasonable to suppose that Epstein was flying aboard his own private jet.
I suppose I have more of a claim to the "Italian" label than Scaramucci does.
I suppose so, if you consider referring to Mexican immigrants as rapists an astute diagnosis.
"I suppose in the end the adjective has to be 'eccentric,' " he wrote in 1976.
I suppose its kind of like having lots of kids—you're proud of them all.
Elaborate internet jokes, I suppose, are great in theory but rarely lead to actual rewards.
I suppose I'd be quite tickled if I had pop stars running through my fields.
So I suppose it was less about imbalance for me than it was about possibility.
"I suppose we're probably more commercial than other charities," chief executive Stephen Bell has said.
It offers an alternative to the way that people often approach addiction narratives, I suppose.
I suppose people come for that since it's such an obvious element of the band.
Suppose you make an appointment with a financial professional to discuss your $100,000 retirement account.
I hope that there's no obvious theft, but sometimes you can't help it, I suppose.

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