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Nicholas Nickleby
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as in: induction into the club Define
admit ceremoniously into an organization or into an office or position
  • CHAPTER 11 Newman Noggs inducts Mrs and Miss Nickleby into their New Dwelling in the City Miss Nickleby’s reflections, as she wended her way homewards, were of that desponding nature which the occurrences of the morning had been sufficiently calculated to awaken.

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  • We were inducted into the honor society
  • there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy

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as in: logical induction Define
reasoning from detailed facts to general principles
as in: induction into the club Define
admit ceremoniously into an organization or into an office or position
as in: electromagnetic induction Define
the transfer of electricity or heat from one object to another without the objects touching
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