How to use Hypothesized in a sentence

hypothesized
  • About one person in five is expected not to carry the hypothesized gene of typical cerebral dominance.

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  • This latent trait model hypothesized a single dimension of severity of social functioning underpinning HoNOS social items.

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  • In this paper we hypothesized that invasive trophoblast released vasodilators which would dilate spiral arteries as an initial step in the physiology of transformation.

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  • We had hoped it would enter a hypothesized upstream continuation.

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  • The word tattoo comes from the Tahitian tatau, which means "to mark something"; it is also hypothesized that the term comes from the sound the tatau sticks make when clicking together to mark the skin with ink.

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  • It has been hypothesized that uninterrupted and unrelenting pain can induce changes in the spinal cord.

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  • Some researchers have hypothesized that the use of antidepressants for depression may even trigger bipolar disorder in children who are genetically predisposed.

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  • It was hypothesized that occurrence of these symptoms would increase on stopping smoking would predict relapses to smoking.

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  • This mummy had numerous tattoos, which were hypothesized as being used for medicinal cures, spiritual ceremonies, or indicating social status.

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  • It has been hypothesized the power of the lens of the eye changes in later life.

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  • Because flare-ups of AD are often related to increased emotional stress, some researchers have hypothesized that alternative approaches to lowering stress might help in treating the disorder.

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  • Since it is hypothesized that serotonin activity is abnormal in trichotillomania, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are commonly given to improve symptoms.

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  • Researchers hypothesized that fatty acids are an important mediator in the development of obesity and CVD.

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  • This approach is analyzed in terms of its ability to reliably identify, and provide good alternatives for, incorrectly hypothesized words.

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