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Definition of Assumer

Assumer
Assumer As*sum"er, n. One who assumes, arrogates, pretends, or supposes. --W. D. Whitney.

Meaning of Assumer from wikipedia

- (abbreviated to DBA, dba, d.b.a. or d/b/a) is used, among others, such as ****umed business name or fictitious business name. In Canada, "operating as" (abbreviated...
- ****ume Form is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter and producer James Blake. It was released on 18 January 2019 by Polydor Records. Critics...
- the Virgin Mary "having completed the course of her earthly life, was ****umed body and soul into heavenly glory". The dogma was defined by Pope Pius...
- Gr****) or alias (/ˈeɪliəs/) is a fictitious name that a person or group ****umes for a particular purpose, which differs from their original or true name...
- In statistics the ****umed mean is a method for calculating the arithmetic mean and standard deviation of a data set. It simplifies calculating accurate...
- depend on implicitly or explicitly ****uming that its users are acting in good faith. Wikipedia's principle ****ume Good Faith (often abbreviated AGF) has...
- A corporal punishment or a physical punishment is a punishment which is intended to cause physical pain to a person. When it is inflicted on minors, especially...
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- ****umed Killer (also titled ****umed Memories) is a 2013 American thriller drama film written and directed by Bernard Salzmann and starring Casper Van...
- precision to which numbers can be represented. The radix point position is ****umed always to be somewhere within the significand—often just after or just...