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Synonyms for educe

to call forth or bring out (something latent, hidden, or unexpressed)

to arrive at through reasoning

Synonyms for educe

deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)

develop or evolve from a latent or potential state

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Kleinman, KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation Review: Observations of an Interrogator, in Educing Information, supra note 133, at 95,130 (acknowledging that "the scientific community has never established that coercive interrogation methods are an effective means of obtaining reliable intelligence information").
But the substantial form is also the principal efficient cause of the production of a similar form in distinct matter, despite not educing it by itself but only with the help of its accidents.
He also thanked "nearly a quarter of a million individual Americans that have made a contribution honoring our wounded troops and their families to operation educing care.
Granting Wollstonecraft's skeptical attitude toward the new poetry of sensibility as an insidious influence educing women's compliance in their own subjection, Wolfson notes Wollstonecraft's avidity and admiration for "strong" male poets--Milton and Shakespeare primarily--whom she was fond of quoting to make her case.
It would enable women to have immediate surgery to remove the foetus, educing the chances of the fallopian tube being damaged.
Educing Information: Interrogation: Science and Art: Foundations for the Future, Phase 1 Report, by the Intelligence Science Board.
social equality mechanisms mainly through educing disparities in terms of income, added Lahlimi.
As highlighted in the Intelligence Science Board's 2006 landmark study, Educing Information: Interrogation: Science and Art, Foundations for the Future, the US government has funded no significant research programs on interrogation-related topics in the past 40 years.
Further Research, in EDUCING INFORMATION 95, 106 (Russell Swenson ed.
The SwANH conference, which draws more than 100 companies in New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts, is aimed at educing and informing people in the software industry about the latest technology, trends and business issues.
Although a seemingly simple task, introductions during investigative interviews play an important role in setting the tone, as well as providing information critical to the efficient and accurate educing of information.
These privileges include those of "heaping conjecture upon conjecture, identifying facts with their classes, tracing concealed character though a long series of details, educing causes from associated results, and tracing upward, step by step, by plausible suggestions, the several policies by which nations are built up and made famous or overthrown and dismembered.
Regional Workshop for educing Vehicle Emissions: Reduction of Emissions from 2-3 Wheelers Hanoi, Vietnam.