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  • Let me extrapolate an example here.†   (source)
  • The names scratched into the posts no longer match the occupants, but I can extrapolate who's who.†   (source)
  • —merely rational thought leaves the mind incurably crippled in a closed and ossified system, it can only extrapolate from the past.†   (source)
  • From your voice, your breathing, your heartbeat, and the fact that you are alone in a bundling room with a mature male I extrapolate that you are female human, sixty-five-plus kilos in mass, and of mature years, on the close order of thirty.†   (source)
  • Forsyth had told the prosecutor that Madden was a prejudiced zealot and that he would be forced to admit that all of his assessments are based on conjecture and gross extrapolations.†   (source)
  • I was no longer extrapolating; I was looping it through the core, freely talking about my life, suddenly breaching the confidences of my father and my mother and my wife.†   (source)
  • We can extrapolate future population growth based on past trends in population growth.
  • Based on the initial study, she extrapolated that a million people would benefit from the drug.
  • Based on the first week, he extrapolated that there would be 500 customers the first month.
  • The answer of seven years from now I reached by assuming the present situation, no change in Authority policy, and all major variables extrapolated from the empiricals implicit in their past behavior—a conservative answer of highest probability from available data.†   (source)
  • We generated background studies, psychological assessments, daily chronologies, myriad facts and extrapolations.†   (source)
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