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derive
used in Running in the Family

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Definition
to get something from something else

(If the context doesn't otherwise indicate where something came from, it is generally from reasoning—especially deductive reasoning.)
  • A straight line would cut apart the leaf and so a curling alphabet was derived from its Indian cousin.
    p. 83.5

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