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- adv. In a inductive manner
- adv. By using induction
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By induction or inference.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inductive manner; by induction or inference.
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The scientist reasons inductively from the facts of experience.
This allows the user to learn inductively or in other words to learn about features by actually using them to accomplish real tasks.
Some mumbo-jumbo called inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry.
Next, a technology called inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry allowed them to identify extremely low quantities of individual metals in these proteins.
Your God has not done anything in an observable, predictable fashion, so as to be called inductively reasoned.
My research project in Magnetic Resonance engineering aims at the development of micro-devices such as inductively coupled coils to enhance NMR signal, in MRI and per - mit localised spectroscopy.
Trolltech has always worked "inductively," exploring technology independently from market forces, which after all often simply follow technological innovation.
In fact, I think that whatever can be done implicitly and inductively should be done so.
The proximity of mercury is inductively comforting.
The left thinks inductively, the sole focus of which is upon desired conclusion.
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