1. Something that is believed to be true without proof. Example: The assumption that such people have a genuine choice of schools for their children is false.
2. the process of beginning to take responsibility for something as assumption of office the time when someone starts a job. Example: on his assumption of office, the premier arrested several of the ministers in the former government.
"assumption." Dictionary of Politics and Government.London: A&C Black, 2004. Credo Reference.
A rulership band that has physical coercion as a guarantee of its order is a political band. When political bands are dissolved, it leads to political independence.
The author illustrates a political opinion or point that is directly related to the real world.
That we have to follow the rules and the laws for our country
it means you are motivated to do things by your political standing.
this included back hand schemes which were used in the political scene (used other parties negatives to help themselves)
When someone calls a statement a "valid assumption" they mean that it is probably true.
My assumption is Shuckle is what you mean, and the answer is no
On the assumption you mean gille it means 'lad, boy'.
It means to make an assumption or guess.
The English word would be supposition or assumption.
He belieced that he would gain the monetary and political support of the rich, for the federal government.
when political is in upheaval
Hitler didn't kill the Nazis. He was the leader of the Nazi political party.
It'll take a lot of gumption to espouse that assumption. That's your assumption. That is not an assumption.
events have discoverable causes.
Making an assumption that you mean in a flowchart ... it is a diamond, wider than taller like: <>