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to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

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To our knowledge, the current study is the first study to evaluate the correlation between these asymmetric decentration indices and to deduce the formulae linking them.
We deduce that X is Holder continuous of same order H than [B.sup.2,H].
Again, I deduce from the context that it means 2013 - ie.
M(n) = {x;1 < x < 2n and x is a Mersenne prime}, observing by using Abstract and definitions that [M.sub.13] is a Mersenne prime, then it becomes immediate to deduce that for every integer n [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and x is a Sophie Germain prime}, observing that 233 is a Sophie Germain prime (see Abstract and definitions), then it becomes immediate to deduce that for every integer n [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
terday, Cheryl also ed some lyrics her new song: "It's onstant thought p my time, it's of you that's ." deduce All the more reason to accept that invitation, eh Chez?
Now, for every integer n [greater than or equal to] 2, we define G(n), [g.sub.n], M(n), [m.sub.n], and [m.sub.n,1] as follows: G (n) = {g; 1 < g [less than or equal to] 2n, and g is goldbach}; [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (using the definition of G (n) and [g.sub.n], then it becomes immediate to deduce that for every integer n [greater than or equal to] 1, we clearly have
* Horologically, I deduce that the time is approximately a quarter past three.
Two more murders occur and the sleuths deduce that the key to the homicides lies in a missing piece of calligraphy.
From guidelines in how to act when leaving a tip, to precise means to deduce the proper tipping amount, to public attitudes and controversies about tipping, the history of tipping, and legal issues, Authoritative Revelations in Tipping covers it all.
Given that age, they could deduce the environmental conditions from the thickness of the hydrated layer on the obsidian, Anovitz notes.
Semantic aspects of collocations can also be approached by encouraging learners to deduce verbal information from commonly seen patterns in the corpora.
Yet if the contents of Vormstein's art-history bookshelves are easy to deduce, his art amounts to more than either critical pilfering or respectful tribute.
In the middle of the night Holmes wakes his friend and says: "Watson, look up and tell me what you deduce."
By combining wood density and fiber coarseness and by assuming that the density of the fiber wall is constant, the authors were able to deduce an exact mathematical expression for fiber wall thickness and fiber diameter.
I think marketing analyst Bill Doyle would probably deduce that the black people who go to NASCAR races are really there for the fried chicken and watermelon served at the concession stands; Hispanics, because they can relate to pimping out their cars with decals and driving fast; and Jews, because they love competition and can take advantage of a possible financial gain in placing bets ["Gaytona Speed-way," June 24].