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01. He did an analysis of the way children learn language for his Master's [thesis].
02. He did his doctoral [thesis] on the marriage customs of slaves living in ancient Rome.
03. I figure that it will take me three more months to finish my [thesis].
04. Greg is defending his [thesis] this Thursday.
05. The [thesis] of this paper is that vocabulary is the most important factor in second language learning.
06. The [thesis] was dismissed after experiments failed to reproduce the original results claimed by the author of the study.
07. Her [thesis] has provoked a great deal of discussion in the field.
08. Cam has been working on his [thesis] for over a year and a half and he still has lots of work to do.
09. Her prof sent back her [thesis] with a few pages of recommendations for improvements.
10. Our governor is a proponent of the [thesis] that cutting taxes will stimulate business.
11. Frank Dobie once stated that the average Ph.D. [thesis] is nothing but a transference of bones from one graveyard to another.
12. If you go to the university library, you can read the [theses] which were written by last year's Master's students.
13. A proper essay supports its [thesis] using appropriate details.
14. Grad students may have difficulty with time management due to the lack of structure in a grad program, especially when their course work is done and they are working on their [thesis].
15. He wrote his doctoral [thesis] on contemporary French literature.
16. In order to get a Master's degree in Linguistics at this university, every candidate must write a [thesis].

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  • Thesis — (griech.: Senkung) hat mehrere Bedeutungen: In der Musik heißt der betonte und schwere Taktteil Thesis (im Gegensatz zu Arsis als Hebung bzw. in der Musik unbetontem und leichtem Taktteil) Im akademischen Umfeld bezeichnet thesis (vor allem im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • thésis — ⇒THÉSIS, subst. fém. VERSIF. GR. ET LAT. [P. oppos. à arsis] ,,Élément métrique marqué par un abaissement (...) soit de la main ou du pied qui frappe la mesure (...), donc le demi pied fort, soit de la voix qui scande le vers, donc le demi pied… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • thesis — THÉSIS s. n. timpul tare, accentuat al unei formule ritmice. (< fr. thèsis, lat., gr. thesis) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • thesis — (n.) late 14c., unaccented syllable or note, from L. thesis unaccented syllable in poetry, later stressed part of a metrical foot, from Gk. thesis a proposition, also downbeat (in music), originally a setting down or placing, from root of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Thesis — The sis, n.; pl. {Theses}. [L., fr. Gr. ?, fr. ? to place, set. See {Do}, and cf. {Anathema}, {Apothecary}, {Epithet}, {Hypothesis}, {Parenthesis}, {Theme}, {Tick} a cover.] 1. A position or proposition which a person advances and offers to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • thesis — [n1] belief, assumption to be tested apriorism, contention, contestation, hypothesis, idea, line, opinion, point, posit, position, postulate, postulation, premise, presumption, presupposition, principle, proposal, proposition, sentiment,… …   New thesaurus

  • Thesis — (gr.), 1) das Gesetzte, Gestellte; 2) angenommener Satz, bes. Thesen (Theses), aufgestellte (zu beweisende) Sätze (Streitsätze), worüber disputirt werden soll; 3) (Rhet.), s. Hypothese 6); 4) so v.w. Lehrsatz; 5) der nicht durch rhythmischen… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Thesis — (griech.), ein Satz, namentlich ein zum Beweis aufgestellter »Leitsatz« (These); in der Metrik der Gegensatz von Arsis (s. d.), ebenso in der Musik …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon