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Example sentences for plausibly

Rather, it should outline one possible dissertation, and do so plausibly.
In and of itself it could plausibly provide a complete path to recovery of information.
We thought their persistence might plausibly explain why some people are synesthetes.
Much worse than a good scientist communicating poorly is a non-scientist spreading pseudo-science plausibly.
But neither candidate could any longer plausibly claim that he or she was unambiguously the people's choice.
One could state that he never works from life, but he might plausibly reply that he never works from anything else.
But it means that responsibility for abuses can no longer be plausibly pinned on a single figure.
Having created this monster, the alarmists could plausibly endow it with outlandish projects and ambitions.
Both countries can plausibly argue that their debt loads are sustainable.
Even the ones that might plausibly be described as high-tech strike some investors more as high-risk.
He speculates, plausibly enough, that seeing plots and cover-ups everywhere is a mixed-up cry of powerlessness and exclusion.
Over the years, various aristocrats, cousins and horse-racing grandees have been more or less plausibly identified as her friends.
They plausibly argue that it makes better sense theoretically and empirically.
If only one rogue journalist had been involved in such illegal activity, his editor might plausibly have known nothing.
Its followers plausibly estimate that since then many thousands have been detained, and scores killed.
More plausibly, the marquess might have claimed that there was something amiss in his ancestry.
On the other, they can plausibly distance themselves from the more underhand attacks on their opponents.
Nobody can plausibly claim that they did not know what was coming.
More plausibly, venture capitalists with a reputation for successfully nurturing start-ups may be offered better opportunities.
The downside to being ethical is that it makes the welfare state geared toward old age benefits a bit less plausibly sustainable.
Additionally, pre-sapient species likely had their own adaptations which could plausibly have jumped through introgression.
One might be able to plausibly claim that electrons necessarily exist, but one can't claim that of any particular electron.
One can plausibly have independent courses in any of those subjects with little to no reliance on the others.
Scientists already represent secular expertise that constrains what people can plausibly believe.
It's foreseeing if you can show how present conditions can plausibly evolve into the ones causing the problem.
But there are different answers one could plausibly defend, and that's okay.
If a behavior can be plausibly described as self-beneficial, it's genetically-based behavior.
Still, please provide me a credible explanation of how this could plausibly have been a scam.
Legislators couldn't plausibly claim ignorance about an egregious measure slipped into a bill for which they voted.
One could plausibly argue that an individual book-thief is simply slightly lowering the eventual supply of remaindered books.
Plausibly, a form of that greatness can be found in a few tragic roles.
Progress is more plausibly judged by the reduction of deprivation than by the further enrichment of the opulent.
Each side will claim to speak in the name of ordinary people, plausibly or not.
Those who win the presidency create harmonic majorities by plausibly balancing these strains.
He still moves plausibly through the mayhem, which is what an action film requires.
These price increases created plausibly exogenous shifts in demand for construction, farm, and mining machinery.
In either case, it may be plausibly alleged that the school bus was involved in the accident.

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