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to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

to draw an inference on the basis of inconclusive evidence or insufficient information

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conclude by reasoning

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guess correctly

believe to be the case

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Three prizes are awarded during the Conference: the INFER Young Economist Award (Lea Marchal (Kiel Institute of the World Economy) and Clement Nedoncelle (University of Lille) won the 2017 edition with their paper "How Foreign-born Workers Foster Exports?"), the INFER Policy Research Award (won by Pierre Aldama (Paris School of Economics) and Jerome Creel (OFCE-Scinces Po & ESCP Europe) for their paper "Why Fiscal Regimes Matter for Fiscal Sustainability: An Application to France"), and the INFER Research Prize (Silvana Alvarez Iturri and Ester Martinez Ros, Universitad Carlos III de Madrid, won with their research on "Pricing the Quality of an Innovative Idea").
Additionally the facts in Barringer's first cause of action are insufficient for the court to infer that J&R committed fraud.
The complete list of MANI selected gene windows and those windows that were chosen to infer DREAM3 network are shown in Supplementary Table S3.
The two studies [5,18] attempted to infer private information in blogs.
(396) From A's knowledge and all the other evidence, the jury is able to infer that A authorized and conditionally intended P perpetrate the conditional-target crime.
It is not surprising that PPVT results were highly correlated with the two vocabulary measures (i.e., the ability to infer word meaning in context and the ability to explain how the students inferred word meanings).
Marriott International Inc., the First Circuit Court held that a spoliation inference is proper only when the destroying party knows "of circumstances that are likely to give rise to future litigation." In Blinzler, the court allowed the jury to infer Marriott had destroyed certain PBX operator records pertaining to the time Blinzler called from her hotel room to inform the operator that her husband was having a heart attack.
* Inadequate to infer the presence or absence of a causal relationship
Lord Justice Pill said: "The jury were not entitled to infer, on the circumstantial evidence, that he started the fire.
Semagix's CIRAS technology is unique in being able to infer relationships across huge volumes of data sourced from CRM applications, external watchlists, and other sources to discover pertinent information that pierces the individual or corporate veil."
Let's take as our text for today, "Don't be too subtle in sales letters." As one of my early mentors in the business put it, "Never assume the prospect understands or will infer anything."
The restrooms at Hendricks Park are indeed closed, which might lead passers-by to infer a certain desperation in Solomon Rothman's behavior Tuesday.
The court felt that the detail in the letter was insufficient to infer that the tipster had personal knowledge of the Gateses' activity.
A system needs the right level of intelligence to infer the correct generalizations from examples while providing enough feedback to keep the user in control.
The tight linkage of G to D1 allows us to infer a D1 genotype for each of the 39 F2 plants producing all Y or 3Y:1G F2.3 cotyledon colors, and then to use the inferred D1 genotypes to deduce their D2 genotypes.