Prepositions after "infer"
infer from, by, about, as or for?
|In 85% of cases infer from is used|
|Our size and dexterity can be inferred from their scale.|
|The Court may infer from this that A was misled, and that the error was material.|
|Raja had the same conversation with author, would author infer from the conversation that Mr.|
|In any case he agreed with Mendona JA that mala fides could be inferred from the facts of the case.|
|The Court may infer from these facts that A was not misled, and that the error in the charge was immaterial.|
|Implied consent arises where consent may reasonably be inferred from the action or inaction of the individual.|
|The Court may infer from such facts that the omission to set out the manner of the cheating was, in the case, a material error.|
|Therefore the impact that asthma has on a patient's quality of life can not be inferred from the clinical indices, it must be measured directly.|
|He truly has made the predicament of The Original Creative Act into his own, and we may infer from his lyrics that he knows he is in great danger from doing so.|
|In 4% of cases infer by is used|
|Such information CAN NOT be inferred by architectural intelligence or experience.|
|In 2% of cases infer with is used|
|This is entirely different from 40 years ago when the country's leader declared Cuba to be an atheist nation, and Christmas was inferring with the country's festival for sugar harvest.|
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