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  • A few rows of figures are enough to deduce misery from, and a few more will show the rate at which the political determination of the people is growing.
  • Put the figures and deduce the misery, you know; and put the other figures and deduce—and so on.
  • Put the figures and deduce the misery, you know; and put the other figures and deduce—and so on.
  • Mr. Vincy was inclined to take a jovial view of all things that evening: he even observed to Lydgate that Fred had got the family constitution after all, and would soon be as fine a fellow as ever again; and when his approbation of Rosamond’s engagement was asked for, he gave it with astonishing facility, passing at once to general remarks on the desirableness of matrimony for young men and maidens, and apparently deducing from the whole the appropriateness of a little more punch.

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  • She trusts only what she can measure or can deduce from measurement.
  • Now let us consider the situation and see what may be deduced from it.
    Arthur Conan Doyle  --  The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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