The destruction of Mustapha (that we named before) was so fatal to Solyman's line, as the succession of the Turks, from Solyman until this day, is suspected to be untrue, and of strange blood; for that Selymus the Second, was thought to be suppositious
. The destruction of Crispus, a young prince of rare towardness, by Constantinus the Great, his father, was in like manner fatal to his house; for both Constantinus and Constance, his sons, died violent deaths; and Constantius, his other son, did little better; who died indeed of sickness, but after that Julianus had taken arms against him.
quite beyond written texts or suppositious
son gaining sovereignty, sent the king's men to the side
One is that Adair's explanation of Hume's influence on Madison is essentially suppositious
, in that it lacks evidentiary confirmation.
Fleay advanced some highly suppositious
claims about them and was lambasted by W.
A substantial group--indeed what appears to be the primary interest of these portions--is included in Booklets 4 to 6: Bernard (actual and suppositious
) and Bonaventura in Booklet 4, the "Bonaventuran" Stimulus amoris in Booklet 5, and a widely disseminated (it even appears in English translation) text by Isidore of Seville in Booklet 6.
It comprises of 18 suppositious
situations in which a person requests to a noteworthy individual which makes that person susceptible to possible denunciation.
Anyone wishing to tell the Dean's story has to confront not only the suppositious
lore that comes down to us from both worshipful and hostile sources, but also the detailed account books, the massive corpus of published and private writings, and the extensive body of epistolary evidence (four volumes in the modern standard edition, including more than 1,500 letters, plus the Journal to Stella).
By telling Da Lat's story across that suppositious
divide separating colonial from postcolonial, Jennings' study also points to the lingering vestiges of imperial visions in contemporary Da Lat.
For this reason, all those suppositious
tinctures and all those forms of potable gold should rightly be called putative gold, since their colour has its origin from digestion or the addition of tinting matter, rather than being born of gold.
unsubstantiated or suppositious
, but the media transfixes on government
The "unity of a milieu" claimed for these pages (Auerbach 416) must therefore be seen as suppositious
: it is the unity merely of a formal composition, a narrated "picture" of men, women, and things to which the illusionist (Maupassant's word for realist ) has given the appearance of "les personnes et la representation materielle qu'ils donnent de leur pensee" (Balzac, "Avant-Propos" CH 1: 9).