One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘As an architect he is only conjecturally associated with country houses.’
- ‘Many of the following drawings show the buildings conjecturally restored to their presumed original state, and should in no case be taken as a precise record of present appearance.’
- ‘After looking at all of the period pictures of pavilions that we could readily find and failing to find any period descriptions of how they were made, we concluded that the best we could manage would be a conjecturally period pavilion - one consistent with what we knew about period pavilions and period materials.’
- ‘Fortunately, the sender and receiver can use a short key instead: long keys are (conjecturally) computationally indistinguishable from suitable functions of short keys.’
- ‘In the various models postulated so far, this feature was set conjecturally to either of the possibilities.’
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