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used in Turtles All the Way Down

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something that may or may not be true, but is temporarily treated as true to advance a discussion or to further investigation
  • We should call and be, like, hypothetically, if we knew where Pickett was the night he disappeared, how much would that be worth?
    p. 77.2
  • "I had a highly hypothetical conversation with the tip line, and they said that the reward is coming from the company, not the police, so it's up to the company to decide what is relevant, and that the reward would only be given out after they found Pickett.
    p. 78.1
  • I didn't reply, but I couldn't stop thinking about Daisy, about Ayala, and most of all about the bugs inside and outside of me, and I knew I was being selfish by even making a big deal out of it, making other people's real C. diff infections about my hypothetical one.
    p. 226.9

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