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Synonyms for inducing

act of bringing about a desired result

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who do not know what is to become of us after inducing me "
And now, worst of all, I am told that a very deeply laid plot on the part of some of you will compel her to leave England almost at once, and that her safety depends upon her inducing Reginald Brott to accompany her.
I had the greatest difficulty in inducing them to go home to their well-earned dinners.
Razumov's new-found relation never shed a tear, but the officials had some difficulty in inducing her to go away.
If your wife were a hundred times the ingrate that she is, and if I were a thousand times more hopeless than I am of inducing her to be silent if this man is silenced, I would tell it myself, before I would bear the torment of the hearing it from him.
The fact is, that there was considerable difficulty in inducing Oliver to take upon himself the office of respiration,--a troublesome practice, but one which custom has rendered necessary to our easy existence; and for some time he lay gasping on a little flock mattress, rather unequally poised between this world and the next: the balance being decidedly in favour of the latter.
Though this was a concerted plot between Miss Sophy and her sister, originating in humane intenions and having for its object the inducing Mr Swiviller to declare himself in time, it failed in its effect; for Miss Jane being one of those young ladies who are premeturely shrill and shrewish, gave such undue importance to her part that Mr Swiviller retired in dudgeon, resigning his mistress to Mr Cheggs and converying a definance into his looks which that gentleman indignantly returned.
For instance, inducing a torporlike state in a wounded soldier or a bleeding-accident victim might give doctors precious extra time to stop and reverse the damage.
LPS, a component of the outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria, plays a major role in inducing septic shock and is a potent inducer of TNF-[alpha] in vivo and in vitro (Goldfeld et al.
Biomarker data showed that CYC202 is inducing cancer cell suicide or apoptosis in 54% (14/26 analyzed) of patients with solid tumors.
Other studies were conducted to show that ROS scavengers and blockers can attenuate ischemia/reperfusion-induced and noise-induced cochlear damage, (53-55,79) presumably by preventing ROS from inducing the expression of ICAM-l.
The adjuvant activity of HA was higher than mucosal adjuvant cholera toxin in inducing neutralizing antibodies; and
One of a new class of "atypical" antipsychotic drugs--quetiapine fumarate--has been shown to be particularly effective in treating the psychotic symptoms associated with these diseases without inducing or worsening EPS.
InnerCool's Celsius Control System integrates a number of desirable features including a slim catheter profile, a highly efficient flexible metallic heat transfer element, a built-in temperature monitoring sensor, and a programmable console capable of rapidly and controllably inducing, maintaining and reversing therapeutic cooling.
It is well accepted that EDCs exert their effects after binding at the classical ER-[alpha] and ER-[beta], inducing classic nuclear actions (Grunfeld and Bonefeld-Jorgensen 2004; McLachlan 2001).