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use "premise" in a sentence

JFk (1991) and The Manchurian Candidate (1962), on the other hand, are based on the premise that democracy is an illusion and Americans are the ignorant pawns of various conspiracies.

The honorary nature of membership is based on the premise that "it is an honor to be selected to serve” the band,
premeditated model, received opinions.

In the epilogue, we are told that the diarist died three weeks later of an overdose-whether it was premeditated or accidental remains unclear-and that she was one of thousands of drug deaths that year.

Matthew Syed countered that while the incident was premeditated, "unspeakably unethical" and dangerous, it was not nearly as reckless as the East German athletics doping scandal and other instances of long-term doping.

Unless this is a premeditated lie, though, it perhaps does not outweigh the goodness of the original promise/resolution to avoid stealing.

It is after all possible to make yourself unassailable by premeditated action against the enemy and thus cause the enemy to suffer a setback from which it would not be possible to recover sufficiently to actually assail you.

There did not seem to be anything premeditated or orderly about them.

Love is not premeditated, it is spontaneous; that is, it bursts forth in extraordinary ways.

In turn each of these decompose into opportunistic and premeditated attacks, and whether the attack is benign or malevolent in intent.

A mountain, a skeleton, a tree, even though satisfying the criteria of solidity and stability, are not premeditated.

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