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di duhk tuhv

  • a  relating to logical deduction
    deductive reasoning
  • a  involving inferences from general principles

  • Seeing that halo was Fleming's "Eureka" moment, an instant of great personal insight and deductive reasoning.
  • Instead, the Americans argued their case publicly with deductive reasoning: the copper slugs used in EFPs had to be precisely tooled with a heavy press in order to work properly .
  • Since his debut 120 years ago, the gaunt gentleman with the curved pipe and a taste for cocaine, the master of deductive reasoning and elaborate disguise, has left his mark .
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  • Review: 'Sherlock Through the Looking Glass' tests sanity
    As a spate of spontaneous serial psychosis grips Victorian-era London, a theatrical classic lit mash-up pits the deductive reasoning of the world’s most famous fictional detective against the nonsensical conundrums of a fictionalized Lewis Carroll in “Sherlock Through the Looking Glass,” from North Hollywood’s Porters of Hellsgate. Despite a premise with intriguing possibilities, the play’s ...
    Aug. 20, 2013 - Los Angeles Times

  • Michael Imperioli in New York Times
    There's an intelligence that goes with being a good cop,Mr. Imperioli said of why he likes the role. "Intuitiveness: they have to be actors, they have to have deductive reasoning, knowledge about a great deal of subjects."
  • Lester Dent in
    Original pulp writer Lester Dent described Savage as "a mix of Sherlock Holmes' deductive abilities, Tarzan's outstanding physical abilities, Craig Kennedy's scientific education, and Abraham Lincoln's goodness."
  • CJ Wilson in
    I don't like talking about my health issues in the media,Wilson said. "I'm going out there the best I can. Some of you have seen me at 100 percent, some of you have seen me at less than 100 percent. Use your deductive reasoning. Sometimes...

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