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# What oversights are there on the Mossad for example the CIA is suppose to report to Congressional Committees?

I would imagine the Director of Mossad reports directly to the Prime Minister of Israel.

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The verb form 'to suppose' used for a plural subject is suppose, for example: We suppose... You suppose... They suppose... The students suppose...

Yes, the word 'suppose' is a verb. It means to assume something for the sake of an argument or theory. An example sentence: I suppose you want me to leave.

The word 'suppose' is typically used as a preposition to an assumption. In this manner it would start a frame of thought such as in the example: "Suppose I weren't here right now, what would you be doing?"

Anything that is not suppose to be there, an example with gold it is any addition metals, carbon etc.

I suppose if Fishes could be Counted U could use an example of the Goby Fish and the Shrimp.

Reflexive property: x = xExample: 2 = 2 or I am equal to myselfSymetric property: If x = y, then y = xExample: Suppose fish = tuna, then tuna = fishtransitive property: If x = y and y = z, then x = zExample: Suppose John's height = Mary's height and Mary's height = Peter's height, then John's height = Peter's heightAddition property: If x = y, then x + z = y + zExample: Suppose John's height = Mary's height, then John's height + 2 = Mary's height + 2Or suppose 5 = 5, then 5 + 3 = 5 + 3Subtraction property: If x = y, then x &minus; z = y &minus; zExample: Suppose John's height = Mary's height, then John's height &minus; 5 = Mary's height &minus; 5Or suppose 8 = 8, then 8 &minus; 3 = 8 &minus; 3Multiplication property: If x = y, then x &times; z = y &times; zExample: Suppose Jetser's weight = Darline's weight, then Jetser's weight &times; 4 = Darline's weight &times; 4Or suppose 10 = 10, then 10 &times; 10 = 10 &times; 10Division property: If x = y, then x &divide; z = y &divide; zExample: Suppose Jetser's weight = Darline's weight, then Jetser's weight &divide; 4 = Darline's weight &divide; 4Or suppose 20 = 20, then 20 &divide; 10 = 20 &divide; 10

It is not actually a sentence. It is a complete subject with no predicate. A sentence would be "This is an example of what love is supposed to be."

Maine and Nebraska award one vote to the winner of each Congressional district and two for the state overall winner. I suppose you might this the district system.

What do you suppose he will do? I suppose he didn't mean to kill her. Suppose that he wins the election

I suppose it differs for diffrent people. For example, mine is: 24

A colloidal solution is not tranparent; for example, I suppose that you know ouzo and the reaction with water.

How do you suppose we are going to do this.I suppose that would be easy to do.

you are suppose to were a seeable clothing for example were something bright yellow or bright green

The long term effect of something, I suppose. Or, for example, the aftermath of a hurricane would be all of the damage left behind.Another example for an aftermath would be the trees torn out of there roots after a tornado.

How am i suppose to no! How am i suppose to no!

I suppose that you think to a chemical formula. Example: table salt (sodium chloride) has the chemical formula NaCl.

I suppose it is after all there are som many evidence about it for example the ancestor things to do with apes.

I suppose some of them must have been. "Say, Anne, how would you like my second-best bed?" for example.

I suppose that would be a summary of a change which is not chemical. Perhaps it would be something like ice --&gt; water

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