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in fuh ren shuhl

  • a  relating to or having the nature of illation or inference
  • s  of reasoning; proceeding from general premisses to a necessary and specific conclusion
  • s  resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference
    inferential reasoning
  • s  derived or capable of being derived by inference
  • s  based on interpretation; not directly expressed

  • There might be a market for inferential power like that, especially if it could be yoked to some of the autonomous semi-intelligent agents that are already buzzing around on .
  • I view polls like this as akin to entrapment - they are goading you into making an inferential error.
  • I indicated that Judis and Teixeira made at least four inferential errors in their article, and I outlined two of them.

  • Annette Ziegler in Rhinelander Daily News
    In a concurring opinion, justice Annette Ziegler wrote that Shaibani was an important witness because he "assisted the jury in making an inferential step towards guilt."
  • James Watson in International Herald Tribune
    It can be increasingly difficult for us to prove our cases because of an apparent trend by the courts to be reluctant to accept inferential evidence or circumstantial evidence and because of the fact that witnesses now are being well-schooled as to... Graeme Samuel ABC Online Aug 2, 2006 51528 69019 inferior In the aftermath of the published remarks, Watson told an audience in London: To all those who have drawn the inference from my words that Africa, as a continent, is somehow genetically inferior, I can only apologize unreservedly."

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