Probable Probate

Probably

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probably

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  1. with considerable certainty; without much doubt; likely; in all likelihood; in all probability; belike
  2. easy to believe on the basis of available evidence; credibly; believably; plausibly

probably the most

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  • This oscillator was probably the most successful.
  • Brouwer's theorem is probably the most important.
  • Pike is probably the most level-headed of the group.

probably not

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  • The tribe is probably not a wholly homogeneous one.
  • It's probably not a great film, but it's all right.
  • It was probably not fully abandoned until the 19th Century.

most probably

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  • Sarpir-maṇḍa was most probably the early form of ghee.
  • It was discovered by a, most probably new collector, Mr. W. Davis...

probably best

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  • He is probably best remembered for having initiated the Hague Peace Conference.
  • It is probably best known for hosting concerts, particularly in Hall 4 and Hall 3.
  • Thermal emissivity values probably best reflect the effectiveness of radiant barriers.

probably due

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  • This is probably due to the mail being delivered via Cobram.
  • Sture died aged 40, probably due to a ruptured blood vessel in the brain.
  • He did not stand for election in 1695, probably due to his failing health.

probably because

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  • It often contains fluid-filled cavities, probably because of its rapid growth.
  • Guitarist and singer Jimmy Love was lively on the stage, probably because of it.
  • Oxen are killed more often than cows, probably because they are given less protection.

probably built

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  • Theoderich probably built Are Castle in Altenahr.
  • The church was probably built between 1150 and 1200.
  • The castle was probably built in the 10th century AD.

probably best known

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  • It is probably best known for hosting concerts, particularly in Hall 4 and Hall 3.
  • Insh is probably best known as the location of the RSPB Insh Marshes Wildlife Reserve.
  • Out of these creative years Fredd Wayne developed the role for which he’s probably best known.

probably the first

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  • It was probably the first published concurrent algorithm.
  • In 1933, Thomas visited London for probably the first time.
  • This was probably the first tracked SPAAG manufactured in series.

probably the best

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  • This was probably the best performance of their existence.
  • Of the two, the Visconti cards are probably the best known.
  • He's probably the best chef I know."

probably used

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  • The leafy branches were probably used for weddings.
  • The custom house was probably used as a guard room.
  • Medieval Europeans probably used a complete leather glove.

probably born

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  • Richard was probably born between 1115 and 1123.
  • George Fawdon was probably born in England about 1600.
  • Also probably born at Olveston Court was Maurice's 3rd.

probably never

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  • Hyde Park has probably never seen a greater crowd of people."
  • She never married Charity's father and probably never loved him.
  • It probably never got constructed.

probably more

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  • The truth is probably more political.
  • That was a hard song; probably more so on Matt's end just because it took so long.
  • Despite this, SRTM data indicates that the professional survey is probably more accurate.

probably derived

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  • Their use of the title probably derived from the ancient Persian title.
  • It was probably derived from a cognomen "Segulus", of uncertain meaning.
  • Movement 7 is probably derived from a secular dance-like movement in da capo form.

probably did

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  • These probably did not number much more than 30.
  • He probably did spend several years abroad as Journeyman.
  • These coins probably did not principally move through trade.

probably made

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  • The manuscript was probably made for a pagan noble.
  • During this time he was probably made "consul suffectus in absentia", around AD 241.
  • Some of Neroccio's paintings were probably made by his collaborators in his workshop.

probably written

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  • 70 new songs are probably written by Leisentritt.
  • His first works were probably written in Prague.
  • The manuscript was probably written in Egypt.

probably named

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  • It was probably named for Cobham, in Surrey, England.
  • She was probably named after her mother, who died in 1616.
  • The camp was probably named after Capt.

probably dates

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  • The barony probably dates from an earlier period.
  • The building that exists today probably dates to the 9th century.
  • The apse, in Roman style, probably dates from the twelfth century.

probably died

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  • And he probably died because he finally relaxed.
  • Mary Walcott Harwood probably died before 1752.
  • Estrete held office from 1487 until 1491, when he probably died.

probably around

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  • We'll be done probably around mid-September or so."
  • The growth rate of young sharks is probably around per year.
  • He died probably around 1257.

probably originated

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  • The term probably originated from iron workers from Mount Riga in Salisbury.
  • They probably originated in the Black Sea area and introduced the domestic horse.
  • Jaws probably originated in the pharyngeal arches supporting the gills of jawless fish.

probably only

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  • The nucleus of 322P/SOHO is probably only in diameter.
  • It probably only made bricks in any quantity.
  • Clark is probably only known today for his Clark Foot Warmers.

probably the only

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  • It is probably the only surviving image of the emperor.
  • This was probably the only Corsair captured by the Germans.
  • Edava may be probably the only village in Kerala with two railway stations.

probably most

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  • It is probably most closely related to the bridled quail-dove.
  • The cathedral is probably most famous for its association with Joan of Arc.
  • This technique was probably most successfully used in his monumental “Horse”, 2005.

probably did not

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  • These probably did not number much more than 30.
  • These coins probably did not principally move through trade.
  • The Gestapo probably did not realise Cammaerts' significance.

probably during

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  • Triangular towers were added later, probably during the middle Byzantine period.
  • The ancient city was founded by Chalkidian settlers probably during the 8th century BC.
  • It was most probably during this period that Babak changed his name from al-Hasan to Babak.

probably came

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  • The technique of making it probably came from China.
  • The gold is very fine, and probably came from Ireland.
  • Bormida probably came into existence in the medieval period.

probably first

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  • African wildcats were probably first domesticated in the Near East.
  • This large country house was probably first constructed in the early sixteenth century.
  • According to Barbara West, it was probably first written down about the 3rd-century BCE.

name probably

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  • The name probably derives from the Gallo-Roman deity Borvo.
  • The souk got its name probably from its special architecture.
  • His name probably derives from a village in the Isle of Thanet.

probably related

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  • The term is probably related to bole, meaning a tree trunk.
  • The latter was revealed to be a 20th-century feature, probably related to nearby mining activity.
  • They seem to be attracted to loose sediments, probably related to the uncovering of food, and often congregate in pits.

probably feed

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  • The larvae probably feed on lichens among ants.
  • The larvae probably feed on tree lichens.
  • The larvae probably feed on lichens.

probably caused

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  • Extinction was probably caused by the climatic and physical disruption of the Early Pleistocene Glaciations.
  • This was probably caused by the Punic Wars, which had a profound impact on the economy of the Tyrrhenian coast.
  • A new epidemic arrived in 1419–20, which probably caused the death of Janus' second wife, Charlotte on 15 January 1422.

probably took

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  • The appointment probably took place no earlier than the mid-1370s.
  • "Karlodinium" and "Karenia" probably took up different heterokontophytes.
  • The community probably took its name from the local Beaver Baptist Church.

larvae probably

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  • The larvae probably feed on lichens among ants.
  • The larvae probably feed on tree lichens.
  • The larvae probably feed on lichens.

more probably

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  • "Haaretz" asserts that many thousands more probably illegally pirated it.
  • The book may have been the "Testament of Solomon" but was more probably a different work.
  • It could have been the praenomen of the woman's father, but was more probably his surname.

probably based

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  • It was probably based on some foreign works.
  • The name Genua is probably based on Genoa, a city in Italy.
  • Its constitution was probably based on the Boeotian League.

larvae probably feed

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  • The larvae probably feed on lichens among ants.
  • The larvae probably feed on tree lichens.
  • The larvae probably feed on lichens.

probably no

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  • There was probably no page number on the notarized page when it was notarized.
  • Krishnamurthy works for a pharma company that manufactures a few medicines that probably no one buys.
  • Cousins said, "That injury is something that I got over and am probably no chance of getting a relapse...

probably influenced

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  • In 1573, her husband also converted to Calvinism, probably influenced by her relatives.
  • The cursive forms were probably influenced by Roman cursive, brought to Iberia from North Africa.
  • The theory of motion presented by Avicenna was probably influenced by the 6th-century Alexandrian scholar John Philoponus.

probably formed

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  • These instrumental cultures probably formed vocal traditions.
  • The similar nomen "Scandilius" was probably formed in the same manner.
  • These diamonds probably formed in kimberlite magma and sampled the volatiles.

probably derives

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  • The name probably derives from the Gallo-Roman deity Borvo.
  • His name probably derives from a village in the Isle of Thanet.
  • The name Lucignano probably derives from the Roman family of the consul Licinio.

probably originally

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  • Now the seat of municipal government, it was probably originally built as a Norman castle.
  • Maine probably originally got the term from Massachusetts, as Maine was once part of Massachusetts.
  • It was probably originally conceived before 1896 - a bronze cast made after 1967 is in the Brooklyn Museum.

probably intended

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  • Dvořák probably intended to create another movement, but it was unfinished, only eight bars are preserved.
  • This amount was equal to de Vere's livery fees and was probably intended to be used as such, but the money vanished without a trace.
  • This variation was probably intended as a security measure, but ultimately allowed the Polish Clock Method and British Banburismus attacks.

probably destroyed

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  • The medieval cathedral was probably destroyed in the troubles of the 16th century.
  • Seven aircraft were claimed destroyed, one probably destroyed and seven were damaged.
  • The smaller fragments were probably destroyed before they even reached the cloud layer.

probably composed

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  • Henryson's version was probably composed sometime around the 1480s.
  • It was probably composed for use at Mass sending off the guards for duty.
  • is an anti-slavery ballad written by Stephen Foster, probably composed in 1852.

probably still

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  • Other wedging stones are probably still buried.
  • He'd probably still be alive and part of the peace process."
  • "If I had sat still, I'd probably still be measuring cosmic rays, the subject of my thesis at Princeton.

probably refers

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  • The name here probably refers to deer calving.
  • The fort probably refers to that established by the Romans.
  • (Paul F. O'Rourke argues that "'m't" probably refers instead to a menstruating woman.)

probably founded

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  • It was probably founded before the Norman Conquest.
  • The town was probably founded in Roman times.
  • Zoagli was probably founded by the Tigulli Ligurian tribe.

probably lived

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  • Therefore, as a young woman, she probably lived along the Narmada River, near the Vindhyas.
  • Habul's parents probably lived in Bikrampur in what is now Bangladesh before moving to Calcutta.
  • The Bructeri lived between the Ems and Lippe, so the Chamavi also probably lived west of the Ems.

probably dating

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  • The first parish, San Michele, is probably dating back to the 10th century.
  • Quartz veins were mined for gold, probably dating back to the Old Kingdom Period.
  • The composition is similar to Verrocchio's "Madonna of the Milk", probably dating to a year or two earlier.

name is probably

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  • Her name is probably Persian in origin.
  • Although the Kuhn, Loeb name is probably gone forever, the firm's legacy is not.
  • Its name is probably a play on Gondwanaland or perhaps a play on the expression "How on earth ...?"

probably best remembered

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  • He is probably best remembered for having initiated the Hague Peace Conference.
  • Simons is probably best remembered for nearly winning the U.S. Open in 1971 as an amateur.
  • But, the accomplishments that he is probably best remembered for came as Dean of the College of Medicine.

probably comes

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  • It probably comes from north-eastern Peloponnesus.
  • The name Mayen probably comes from the name Megina.
  • The name probably comes from late Latin "soccus", meaning slipper.

probably

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  • This is of very late date – probably the second half of the 15th century.
  • In 2012 laboratory tests showed that the supposed bone fragments were composed of wood and glue fused together – probably hardboard.
  • Inspiration for Toby came from the Awdrys watching a J70 – probably 68221, one of three J70s built in 1914 (as GER 127) – at Great Yarmouth in 1951.

what was probably

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  • She dealt with several illnesses over the rest of her life, including what was probably breast cancer.
  • This partnership created plans for what was probably the first large wave piercing catamaran in the world.
  • In Britain, 400,000 people participated in what was probably the largest demonstration in British history.

probably the largest

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  • In its time it was probably the largest bird in Fiji.
  • They now hold probably the largest single body of his works.
  • The Berber revolt was probably the largest military setback in the reign of Caliph Hisham.

probably began

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  • Phase 5 (Levels 3-6) probably began around AD 1200.
  • Phase 4 (Levels 7-10) probably began around AD 950.
  • Phase 6 (Level 2) probably began in AD 1400 or later.

probably designed

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  • She was constructed, and probably designed, by Pierre-Alexandre Forfait.
  • It was built and probably designed by Edward Woodfall, a noted local architect and builder.
  • The more recent straight-edged windows over the porches are probably designed as gallery windows.

probably the same

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  • They are probably the same as the Arichi (Greek: ) of Ptolemy (v. 9.
  • It is probably the same place that was called Anamon in Roman records.
  • Barley is probably the same William Barley who opened a branch office in Oxford.

probably between

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  • Within the genus, the first evolutionary event arose probably between 12.41 and 15.39 million years ago.
  • He came to power some time between 27 March 1174 and 10 August 1174, most probably between April or May 1174.
  • Deposition occurred during the Mesoproterozoic era, much of it probably between about 1470 and 1400 Ma (million years) ago.

probably the oldest

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  • The "Laimgrube" (clay pit) is probably the oldest part of Mariahilf.
  • The mill is probably the oldest of its type in North Holland, dating to c. 1541.
  • The 11th century font, one of two in the cathedral, is probably the oldest item in the church.

probably inspired

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  • As its name indicates, the Franzbrötchen was probably inspired by French pastries.
  • Milk is probably inspired by Caspar Milquetoast, a comic book character remarkably similar to him.
  • The map probably inspired the Greek historian Hecataeus of Miletus to draw a more accurate version.

probably occurred

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  • This probably occurred in the Miocene.
  • A number of burials of important persons of the culture probably occurred in these mounds.
  • Flysch deposits in the Southern Alps of Lombardy probably occurred in the Cretaceous or later.

probably already

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  • The piece was probably already well known around 1800 in Frankfurt am Main.
  • The Indian fig cactus was probably already present in the Caribbean when the Spanish arrived, and was soon after brought to Europe.
  • Her first words on-screen as anchor were "Hi, I'm Andrea Thompson, and unless you've been living in a cave, you probably already know that."

probably added

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  • The belfry was probably added at this time and a bell cast in 1844 was installed.
  • The fifth floor of the central section was probably added after a fire in the early 1900s.
  • The characteristic feature is the limestone particles, which were probably added as temper.

probably through

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  • It is probably through this effect that PXA induces programmed cell death in the form of apoptosis.
  • Crick had failed to gain a place at a Cambridge college, probably through failing their requirement for Latin.
  • A later and separate English reflex of "discus", probably through medieval Latin "desca", is "desk" (see OED s.v.

probably means

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  • The name of the village probably means "underwater".
  • "Glaschu" probably means "Green Hollow".
  • Its name probably means the place where people with the plague were living.
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