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From this it may be deduced that missionary work has not been as thorough as might be hoped.

"The carriage goes in: the master does not go out again," deduced Fandor.

In this way the density of the ether has been deduced by noting the velocity of light.

Shipwreck or burial at sea she deduced from the fact of there being no grave in the cemetery.

What that place is, can be deduced from a study of the history of marriage.

It has been said that Marmaduke deduced his origin from the contemporaries and friends of Penn.

"Here is how I deduced that element of the case," stated Green.

The latter fact he might have deduced from the stagnation of the atmosphere.

Such a meaning would be arbitrary, and could not be deduced in any way.

It should be remembered that they are deduced quite independently.

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