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Synonyms for adduce

Synonyms for adduce

to bring forward for formal consideration

Synonyms for adduce

advance evidence for

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We know quite a lot about Roman Egypt, and Perdue adduces this information in interesting ways, but again, the composition seems not to have been deeply affected by its environment, except perhaps in its interest in eternal life.
Thus, he adduces usages picked from somewhat obscure plays, or at least texts that are not often remembered or anthologized: Euripides' The Children of Hercules would be one good example among many (p.
explicitly adduces the notion of the church as communion as a "guiding concept" for understanding current ecumenical discussions on ecclesiology and as a lodestone for future work.
She then adduces additional material to explain how circumstances altered chains of events and outcomes, to separate fact from myth, and to arrange a singular occurrence within a broader frame.
A third piece adduces evidence that "la lezione di Polidoro [da Caravaggio] impresse tracce profonde sul repertorio figurativo del nostro artista" (393), while a fourth makes patent Salviati's participation in what its author terms the "officina farnesiana" of mid-sixteenth-century Rome.
Some of the damning evidence he adduces is from conservatives themselves, who confess to playing up the liberal charge for partisan political advantage.
In his response to Hyman, Thomas Kselman (History, Notre Dame) adduces historical comparisons from Catholic history.
Yet he adduces no evidence to contradict this point.
What most impressed me, though, was the range of data that King adduces in a highly compressed book.
As in the work of art, no ulterior reality hides behind the form: the form, totally manifest, adduces its own evidential power.
Finally, the article adduces arguments for loanwords from South Sulawesi languages in Malagasy (author's abstract).
Bertsch's book on Arribas, Oscar Tusquets adduces the tradition of apprenticeship for Catalan architects who prefer to work in some admired architect's studio, and if the opportunity arises do a little work of their own, `however modest it may be: bars, boutiques or private interiors'.
On the other, Esposito adduces earlier comments by Buchanan which are indisputably unfriendly to Islam without making an attempt to resolve the discrepancy.
The evidence that Brzezinski adduces on the rise of nationalist tensions does little to buttress his audacious claim that only a global confederation will halt a slide into anarchy.
Incidentally, however, I must dispute her statement that painter Franz Marc, creator of "The Wolves (Balkan War)," which she adduces as a modern parallel, "was certainly not in favour of war" (p.