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presumption
used in Hiroshima

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Definition
to think of something as true or likely, even though it is not known with certainty
  • At the heart of the park, there would be, in memory of those who had died, a solemn cenotaph in the shape of a haniwa, an arch of clay, presumably a house for the dead, found in prehistoric tombs in Japan.
    Five — The Aftermath (78% in)

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