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proposition

[prop′əzish′ən]
Etymology: L, proponere, to place forward
1 n, a statement of a truth to be demonstrated or an operation to be performed.
2 v, to bring forward or offer for consideration, acceptance, or adoption.

proposition

(prop-uh-zish'en)
A statement about a concept or about the relationship between concepts. A proposition may be an assumption, a premise, a theorem, or a hypothesis.
See: assumption; hypothesis; premise; theorem
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The IRS has not issued any final authoritative guidance in the area; hopefully, the logical proposition, that the unrecovered basis of tenant improvements remaining at the conclusion of a lease may be written off, will ultimately prevail.
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The logical propositions in neutrosophic logic are partially true, in the form of (t, i, f), not totally 100% true or (1, 0, 0).