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Senate staffers generally say it’s good to look at what’s already passed in the House to get a sense of what a hypothetical Democratic-controlled Senate might take up.
In an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” she tried to set up a hypothetical in which Biden were president during the outbreak.Trump’s increasingly overt effort to pretend Biden is actually president|Aaron Blake|September 16, 2020|Washington Post
For instance, if Party A wins 10 out of 15 seats with 70 percent of the vote in an actual election, then Party B, in a hypothetical election, should win 10 seats if it had 70 percent of the vote.How next-gen computer generated maps detect partisan gerrymandering|Sujata Gupta|September 7, 2020|Science News
These surveys generally ask about a hypothetical FDA-approved vaccine.A third of Americans might refuse a Covid-19 vaccine. How screwed are we?|Brian Resnick|September 4, 2020|Vox
For example, consider a hypothetical helicopter with a 30-foot rotor turning at 400 rpm.
One group of “Anons” could be pro-choice, another pro-life—at least hypothetically.
Hagel has also been more reluctant than Obama to support, even hypothetically, military action against Iran.
So instead of going (hypothetically) to $71,000 from $69,000, it would go to $70,000.
In other words, a Palestinian from Susya could, hypothetically, apply for a permit on the 5% off-chance that it will be accepted.
Palin could hypothetically skip the debates and any national interviews with anyone other than Sean Hannity or Glenn Beck.
Ibn Daud does not adopt eternity of motion even hypothetically, as Maimonides does.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
We only put the case hypothetically, but he would not admit it even so; he said, it is morally and metaphysically impossible.Journal in France in 1845 and 1848 with Letters from Italy in 1847|T. W. (Thomas William) Allies
The former must be rendered hypothetically: They cannot be renewed after falling away if they persist in crucifying, etc.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
These axioms, and so-called definitions are themselves exactly, and not merely hypothetically, true.Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic|William Stebbing
He adds, hypothetically, that perhaps the letters received at Dieppe “did somewhat discourage me.”John Knox and the Reformation|Andrew Lang