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assume
used in The Mark of Athena

23 uses
  • He still had to save Nico di Angelo, assuming the guy wasn't already dead.
    p. 503.5
  • I assume the Romans—even those reinforcements marching toward us—will also have to honor your rules inside the Pomerian Line if you tell them to?
    p. 12.1
  • They'll assume that we'll die in the Mediterranean—the Mare Nostrum."
    p. 139.5
  • "They're assuming we'll try to rescue him."
    p. 171.9
  • Assuming Nico is hidden somewhere in Rome—
    p. 172.6
  • I'll have to get up there .... uh, assuming we know where to land."
    p. 174.9
  • She didn't even look through the glass, probably because she assumed the tank was still empty.
    p. 202.5
  • Annabeth couldn't see the flying chariot anymore, but she assumed it was close by.
    p. 240.6
  • "You'll have to fight your way through, find our friends—assuming they're okay—find this map, and get everybody back alive.
    p. 244.9
  • We can make it to Rome in three days—assuming, you know, nothing unexpected happens.
    p. 260.5
  • Why does everyone assume that?
    p. 295.1
  • Leo had assumed that she did it out of modesty, or because it was better for horseback riding, like a motorcycle jacket.
    p. 299.5
  • "Since we're not in Greece, let's assume he's moved," Piper said.
    p. 332.2
  • If he was free aboard the ship somewhere, that could he an advantage, assuming Percy could figure out how to communicate with him.
    p. 369.4
  • Then she would have to live with the knowledge that she'd backed down from her biggest challenge .... assuming that they survived at all, with Rome about to get leveled and Gaea about to rise and destroy the world.
    p. 396.6
  • Annabeth decided not to dwell on that, but she also decided not to assume her directions were accurate.
    p. 408.6
  • The capstone was about to crumble, and when that happened, assuming she could time it correctly ....
    p. 418.2
  • She should be able to bust her way through before the entire ceiling came down—assuming, of course, that there was something behind the brick wall, not just solid earth; and assuming that Annabeth was quick enough and strong enough and lucky enough.
    p. 418.9
  • She should be able to bust her way through before the entire ceiling came down—assuming, of course, that there was something behind the brick wall, not just solid earth; and assuming that Annabeth was quick enough and strong enough and lucky enough.
    p. 418.9
  • She'd lunged through that doorway, assuming there would be a level corridor or another room.
    p. 421.5
  • At least, Leo assumed it was a church.
    p. 439.2
  • "Assuming," Frank added, "that you don't mind sharing its secrets with us stupid uncomplicated Romans."
    p. 456.9
  • Archimedes was a genius—assuming this thing actually worked.
    p. 462.0

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