However, they all presuppose that the planet is warming, which it isn't.
Of course, installing and using the product presuppose a degree of computer literacy that not all school districts possess.
But the answer seems to presuppose that the shrimp and the goby are making a choice of some kind.
Oh, but you presuppose that the world is based on the fear that controls you.
All but the first three chapters presuppose an acquaintance with wave mechanics.
The approach taken is to presuppose no background knowledge of syntactic theory or historical linguistics.
Housing price bubbles presuppose an ability of market participants to trade properties as they speculate about the future.
British Dictionary definitions for presuppose
to take for granted; assume
to require or imply as a necessary prior condition
(philosophy, logic, linguistics) to require (a condition) to be satisfied as a precondition for a statement to be either true or false or for a speech act to be felicitous. Have you stopped beating your wife? presupposes that the person addressed has a wife and has beaten her