adduce

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Perhaps every one of the examples I adduce will be found open to dispute.

I will adduce an example which will clear up my meaning, and will be a sort of witness to my words.

Here, among the farms, we adduce the scholars as examples of this treachery.

If, however, it will satisfy you that I adduce an illustration—Louisa Bellew was one of these.

Why, then, do I adduce the name of Bruno at the close of this lecture?

Among many proofs that I could adduce of this, I will give one.

We may adduce also as evidence of the same practice a passage in bk.

We could adduce many instances to corroborate this assertion.

Have you not some proofs of that which you can adduce for the benefit of the Committee?

If you would rather have bad reasoning, I will adduce a little of it.

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