Prepositions after "deduce"
deduce from, by, AS or in?
|In 77% of cases deduce from is used|
|This has been deduced from certain? Ahdth.|
|However, I suspect the main reason can be deduced from Icon.|
|To this class belonged all that was supposed to be implied in, or that could be deduced from, the Law of Moses.|
|In science, consequences (observational &; other) are typically deduced from many hypotheses and other assumptions.|
|I'd going to say that it is Newton's first Law, as follows, that is the primary cause of the order of the universe that is deduced from observation.|
|Solstheim is identical to Skyrim in terms of climate, but as you may have deduced from the trailer, the local culture, flora and fauna are dramatically different.|
|The archaeologist deduced from experimentation that the quartz had to have been placed on the front of the mound in order to have ended up underneath the cairn slip material.|
|This was in no way deduced from any experiment, just simply a logical deduction that the concept of a vacuum was meaningless since if something existed it could not be nothing.|
|The? Ulam? have deduced from this verse that it is fard (compulsory) to send salutations and greetings upon the Prophet sallall? hu? alayhi wasallam at least once in a lifetime.|
|And in that case it would be possible to deduce from it, and other empirical hypotheses, certain experiential propositions which were not deducible from those other hypotheses alone.|
|In 12% of cases deduce by is used|
|My net cost was deduced by 37% or $780.|
|In 8% of cases deduce AS is used|
|However you can deduce AS from the Gospels if you insist upon it.|
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