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to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

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For several years, NIST has been developing ultrasonic measurement procedures for deducing the texture of materials using specimens carefully machined from the part.
This very rapid increase of radiation with temperature was more of an increase than would have been expected and turned out to be of great use in deducing the evolution of stars.
Gradually make the economy more concrete by allowing variables previously abstracted to zero to take their actual values, deducing conclusions about the economy at each stage.
Theoretical models that relate the elastic constants of the film and substrate to the surface wave velocity are available in the seismology and surface acoustic wave device literature but they are cumbersome for deducing the film properties from measurements of the surface wave velocity.
He and his colleagues established the connection by using a technique that's novel among ornithologists: deducing where a bird has been by the carbon isotopes in its tissue.