Bromley and Kenyon theorize a situation in which our sun and another star passed a relatively close 14 billion to 19 billion miles from each other just a few hundred million years after the solar system started to form.
Thinking back to those days, Searle speaks frankly about her frustrating search for role models and texts to help her theorize ideas that were perhaps not yet clearly articulated, but present in embryonic form.
Scientists theorize that methane rains from Titan's sky, creating surface methane or ethane lakes, which may give rise to clouds, similar to the water cycle on Earth.
If we theorize culture without considering the dynamics of fear or emotions, we naively underestimate the potential for social change.
The more the new programs affirm and theorize the student's activity and his working relationship with the teacher, the more they are designed as if the student were merely passive.
While one framework does not undermine the other, I argue that this ecological model allows us to more fully theorize rhetoric as a public creation.
And most fiction writers that theorize a great catastrophe or attack like this, will often say, ‘More people will die in the evacuation than in the actual attack.’
He was also little disposed to theorize the process whereby, in a given society, groups compete over the control and employment of the political machinery.
Those who produced conceptual art were easily interpretable as the true guardians of the postmodernist theorizer 's faith.
He theorizes that human babies weren't meant to be born at forty weeks, but much later.