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to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

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And already the site of the house is undiscoverable, the location of the stone walls may be deduced from the configuration of the landscape, and I am renewing the battle, putting in angora goats to browse away the brush that has overrun Haska's clearing and choked Haska's apple trees to death.
The being of God in a personal or impersonal form was a mental necessity to the first thinkers of modern times: from this alone all other ideas could be deduced.
These two brothers had been brought up together in a school at Exeter; and, being accustomed to go home once a week, had often heard, from their mother's lips, long accounts of their father's sufferings in his days of poverty, and of their deceased uncle's importance in his days of affluence: which recitals produced a very different impression on the two: for, while the younger, who was of a timid and retiring disposition, gleaned from thence nothing but forewarnings to shun the great world and attach himself to the quiet routine of a country life, Ralph, the elder, deduced from the often- repeated tale the two great morals that riches are the only true source of happiness and power, and that it is lawful and just to compass their acquisition by all means short of felony.
A corollary of the highest importance may be deduced from the foregoing remarks, namely, that the structure of every organic being is related, in the most essential yet often hidden manner, to that of all other organic beings, with which it comes into competition for food or residence, or from which it has to escape, or on which it preys.
8] With regard to Tierra del Fuego, the results are deduced from the observations of Capt.
The suggestion we are to examine is that such: beliefs have some recognizable quality which secures their truth, and the truth of whatever is deduced from them according to self-evident principles of inference.
Summary: An analyst who works with the prosecution, Matthew Barrington, testified at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday about the process by which he deduced the times various events occurred on the afternoon former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated.
Addressing a press conference in connection with World Malaria Day here, the DG Health said that he had finalized PC-I as Rs245 million for allocating in the budget to control malaria, but the government deduced the amount and approved Rs134 million for controlling malaria.
Infiltration of the cancer can be deduced by the proliferation of blood cells in the gastrointestinal mucous membranes.
Just as the existence of Pluto was deduced from the orbits of other planets, so too do the difficulties that plague Alan's life point to a central issue he hasn't fully dealt with--the death of his mother two years ago.
Fossils of a humanlike species dubbed Homo floresiensis that lived on the Pacific island of Flores between 18,000 and 12,000 years ago recently grabbed headlines because scientists deduced that this creature stood no more than 1 meter tall and possessed a surprisingly small brain.
The conformity of the deduced value with the observed value is described below.
Arborist Edwin Vargas, whose tree-care company TruGreen LandCare contracts with the city, deduced the cause of the split was a weak attachment where the multiple trunks fused.
Students, however, do not seem to notice the importance of clusters as evidently as that of semi-technical collocations (as deduced from comments in class).