speculatory


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speculatory

(ˈspɛkjʊlətərɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. a place suitable for observation
2. (Alternative Belief Systems) the observation of occult phenomena
adj
relating to speculation or observation
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However, there has been no official comment and the matter is entirely speculatory.
Relating to this there are two main problems, most of the land in the world is used for livestock, not for the production of vegetables and fruits (Lee and Eisler 2014), and speculatory foreign capital based land grabbings, that infringes on the national sovereignty (Hall et al.
All in all these are speculatory since I have no data to support these ideas; however it can be a very interesting topic to go in-depth with some possible follow-up studies.
Eleven interviews were conducted with medical doctors and dietitians, who primarily provided factual and unbiased information, with only one providing speculatory statements.
KATE HAGGARD DREAMS OF ONE DAY RUNNING HER OWN RESTAURANT, but first the Monarch High School senior must digest concepts like surplus, speculatory risk, equilibrium and contingency plan.
An attempt, such as the following, to posit some ideological connection between Jameson and Mailer's use of the dialectical method is not merely speculatory or without basis.
It has created a phenomenon of 'cross risk contamination,' whereby the speculatory action of the market has made credit risk toxic.
Significantly, the qualifications of the Lewis character, which add substantially to the atmosphere of humility and speculatory ambiance of the book, take place most prominently after attacks on Roman Catholic theology and doctrine.