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assume
used in Zero Day

31 uses
  • "Not that we needed it, but I'm assuming you got all that recorded?"
    p. 431.4
  • I assume that I can still have access to USACIL?
    p. 21.9
  • She assumed an uninterested air that Puller saw right through.
    p. 60.8
  • "I'm assuming everyone has heard about the second house?"
    p. 88.9
  • You probably assume correctly.
    p. 89.0
  • I just assumed....
    p. 129.8
  • I shouldn't have assumed."
    p. 129.8
  • He assumed Cole's Cobra was doing the same to the west.
    p. 159.4
  • Or maybe he'd just assumed that if you tripped over the wire, you'd fall.
    p. 167.4
  • Puller assumed she was trying to defuse any possibility of tension.
    p. 175.6
  • He assumed that was Cole's doing.
    p. 187.7
  • Since you married him before he struck it rich I assume there's no prenup."
    p. 205.2
  • I would assume so.
    p. 207.9
  • I assumed it was unusual because it involved the murder of a DIA field grade officer who had access to highly classified intelligence.
    p. 227.9
  • He had assumed that from the military time used in the text.
    p. 237.9
  • I assume you've been read in?"
    p. 256.8
  • I guess they assumed Reynolds would know where he'd taken the sample."
    p. 268.8
  • I assume you know how to reach Sergeant Cole.
    p. 298.7
  • "I ASSUME YOU'RE LOOKING for me since there's no one else staying here," said Puller.
    p. 327.0
  • People always assumed someone his size would sound like an elephant coming.
    p. 338.9
  • "Let's assume Dickie, Treadwell, and Molly were in on the meth dealing.
    p. 345.9
  • And since nothing has happened in the interim, I guess the locals just assumed everything was okay.
    p. 374.4
  • "I'm going to assume that this design is not super-sophisticated, so we're talking at least six kilos and possibly more."
    p. 398.0
  • That's a common ruse in conventional bombmaking, and the same rule, we can assume, holds true for pseudo-nukers.
    p. 399.4
  • To be safe let's assume it's millions of tons of TNT equivalent.
    p. 401.9
  • He assumed it would be an elaborate affair, no expense spared by his widow, Jean.
    p. 411.3
  • As Puller watched her he had to assume it was more for the lost sibling than the dead husband.
    p. 411.8
  • She looked away and her mouth assumed a hard line.
    p. 413.1
  • Assuming I do, if you were me, what would you do?
    p. 413.3
  • No one would suspect you, the money guy, because everyone assumed that if the business tanked, you would as well.
    p. 418.8
  • People would either assume Trent made a run for it to get away from the money troubles Strauss had caused, or whoever was sending him the death threats had finally gotten their man.
    p. 425.4

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