# his theory in a sentence

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In it, he outlined **his theory** as follows;

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Oosterhoff later withdrew **his theory**.

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Later Dicke went on to prove **his theory**.

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Poirot elaborates on **his theory**.

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He had formulated **his theory** by 1510.

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He applied **his theory** of value to rent.

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**His theory** has five assumptions.

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**His theory** was later discredited.

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He compared **his theory** to Pandora's box.

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**His theory** has found little support.

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**his theory** of epistemic closure;

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He was quite paradoxical in **his theory**.

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This is the first record of **his theory**.

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Marcus published **his theory** in 1956.

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**His theory** became known as the long ball.

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**His theory** rests on three axioms.

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**His theory** was short-lived.

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Monk explains **his theory**.

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(4) **His theory** of truth.

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But **his theory** is used by other authors.

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Shawn reveals **his theory** to the police.

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**His theory** was very controversial.

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**His theory** got rejection for 30 years.

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He sells **his theory**.

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Rahul wants to test **his theory** &

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Breuil agreed with **his theory**.

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However **his theory** was dismissed.

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He can document **his theory** with facts.

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**His theory** fell into disrepute.

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He adduced nothing to prove **his theory**.

# Some Words

- the older animism
- the absolute representation
- vigorous life
- unnaturally simplified forms
- a transcendental mathematical relation
- imperfect imitations
- "images
- the celestial world
- a great influence
- post-Archaic art
- The Greek architects
- the mathematical relation
- the esthetic perfection
- (canon
- a divine reason
- the Greek belief
- ideal forms
- his metaphysical theory
- "ideas
- imperfect duplicates
- the intellectual celestial ideas
- (οἶδα
- (εἶδος
- the same root
- the word idea
- a thing ἰδείν
- the Greek mind
- Plato's time
- his theories
- The Greek sculptors
- the proportions
- the sensible
- the intellectual
- male youth
- the modern term
- those representations
- male youths
- certain religious needs
- The first statues
- The formality