|see also:Assumption of the Virgin Mary||Feast of the Assumption|
|(born 1958 as Madonna Louise Ciccone), American superstar (singer, songwriter, actress), image of Virgin Mary, spiritual saintlike woman||Madonna|
|(Catholicism) representation of the Virgin Mary with the already crucified Christ across her knees||pieta|
|(French) female first name (form of Mary)||Marie|
|(Latin) "do not touch me"; one who may not be touched; depiction of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, painting of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, prohibition against touching, somebody or something not for touching||noli me tangere|
|(Slang) calculated guess; assumption based on a guess, (Slang) make an educated guess; estimate by guessing, estimate based on conjecture, make conjecture about||guesstimate|
|absence of guilt, blue-eyed Mary, chastity, freedom from sin, harmlessness, ignorance, lack of worldly experience, lawfulness, quality of being innocent; freedom from sin or wrongdoing, purity; guiltlessness; naivete, simplicity, lack of sophistication||innocence|
|act of taking control of something (as in a government or business), assumption of control||takeover|
|allow, permit; cause, make; enable; allow to go, release; allow to enter; lease, rent; be rented (British), difficulty or obstacle, expressing a suggestion, expressing resignation, make as a mathematical assumption, make something pass somewhere, not p...||let|
|anachronistic assumption, anticipation of an event; description of an event before it could have taken place, anticipation of something, anticipatory adjective, introductory anticipation of objection||prolepsis|
|antecedent clause, assumption, explanation which gives a reason for observed phenomena, theory (especially in the sciences); supposition, theory needing investigation||hypothesis|
|Antonio Allegri da Correggio (1494-1534), Italian Renaissance painter, creator of the "Assumption of the Virgin" which adorns the dome of the Parma Cathedral||Correggio|
|assume a disguise; attend a masked ball, attend a costume party; impersonate; pose, disguising costume, disguising pretense, masked ball; assumption of a disguise; impersonation; charade, masque, party with masks, pretend, wear a costume||masquerade|
|assume, assumption, premise; requirement, prerequisite; basic principle, fundamental tenet; axiom, fact that requires no proof, claim something, precondition, presume, suppose; assume, take for granted; claim, stipulate; demand, something assumed true,...||postulate|
|assume, hypothesize, theorize, presume, postulate, basis of argument, evidence for conclusion, premiss, propose as premise, proposition, basic assumption, presupposition, fundamental presumption, say by way of introduction||premise|
|assumption for the sake of argument, bract supporting grass flower, glossary word, helping theory, subordinate proposition (Mathematics); headword, word that is explained or clarified, subject heading||lemma|
|assumption of manual control, cancel something, commission on sales; manual operation that bypasses an automatic operation; voiding of a decision or authority of another (especially of a lower rank), commission paid to executive, outweigh something, ov...||override|
|assumption of middle-class values||embourgeoisement|
|assumption, supposition, surmise; boldness, arrogance, belief in something that seems reasonable, legal inference, rudeness or arrogance, something believed without actual evidence, something that could be proof||presumption|
|astrological sign, large constellation, person born under Virgo, sixth zodiacal sign represented by a virgin (Astrology); person born under this sign, somebody born under Virgo, Virgin, Virgoan||Virgo|
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