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And on this ground he infers that geometrical figures really exist, because they can be distinctly conceived.
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL
The labourer, he infers, should have the value which he creates.
THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME II (OF 3)LESLIE STEPHEN
The scriptural character of their contents infers the perpetual obligation of these Covenants.
THE COVENANTS AND THE COVENANTERSVARIOUS
Before criticising this proof, from which Bahya infers more than is legitimate, we must prove the three original assumptions.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
It derives general rules, makes premises and infers one thing from another.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
From this one infers that it is a bad road, and in truth it is very bad; automobilists will not like it.
ITALIAN HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARFRANCIS MILTOUN
Our author infers from the words of Jeremiah that there was an inherent decay in the former covenant.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWSTHOMAS CHARLES EDWARDS
But he infers that Sir Richard, when at the villa, lives in retirement—that he is subject to fits of melancholy.
THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
Each side reads admitted truths into its own dialect, and infers that its own dialect affords the only valid expression.
THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME I.LESLIE STEPHEN
And as the Siberian dogs are so very moderately fed, he infers that excess, not want, generates the morbid habit.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO. 393, JULY 1848VARIOUS

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