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Stung to the soul, Louis threw himself at her feet, to proclaim his innocence of all these inferences, before heaven and her.
THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
The practical inferences to be drawn from these facts regarding the value of soils are of the highest importance.
ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRYTHOMAS ANDERSON
There would have to be reservations in any inferences drawn from these figures.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MORAL DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSOSWALD CHETTLE MAZENGARB ET AL.
This doctrine is true and I hope that another year you will draw some practical inferences from it.
PRIVATE LETTERS OF EDWARD GIBBON (1753-1794) VOLUME 1 (OF 2)EDWARD GIBBON
On the contrasts of acts themselves, the reader will make his own remarks and inferences.
THE LOYALISTS OF AMERICA AND THEIR TIMES, VOL. 1 OF 2EGERTON RYERSON
There are none of them properly errors of sense; they are erroneous inferences from sense.
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL
So strong is the tendency to ascribe an intuitive character to judgments which are mere inferences, and often false ones.
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL
Does not Mr. White see that his inferences in this are just the reverse of what they should be?
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 16, NO. 97, NOVEMBER, 1865VARIOUS
The more such inferences are examined, the more precarious they are seen to be.
THE ANALYSIS OF MINDBERTRAND RUSSELL
People must see for themselves and draw their own inferences.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES

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