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  • v. Present participle of educe.


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  • Thus, anyway, did the Buddha and his elect Sisters seek to comfort Rachel, administering no celestial balm, but educing from the tottering, anguished soul its inner resources, its latent self-reliance, its cramped faculty of spiritual vision.

    Psalms of the Sisters

  • And the continued low standard of living in the Arab world has been skilfully used by the Zionist propagandists to make it appear to the Africans that the Arab leaders are not intellectually or technically qualified to lift the living standard of their people ... thus, indirectly "educing" Africans to turn away from the Arabs and towards the Israelis for teachers and technical assistance.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • "[R] educing payroll taxes for firms that increase payroll or increasing aid to the unemployed," the CBO reported, "would have the largest effects on output and employment per dollar of budgetary cost in 2010 and 2011."

    Unemployment Extension In Spotlight As Obama Blasts GOP Filibuster Of Jobless Aid

  • Boldin isn't a spring chicken anymore and the Dolphins are taking a massive risk by financially committing to the headache-educing Marshall, but it's hard to argue that the teams 'offenses haven't improved with these additions.

    Ravens, Dolphins make big upgrades

  • No, it derived from sensible, solution-seeking Americans being repeatedly assured that expert hands were justly and effectively educing information from figures of darkness.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • General Abizaid agreed, explaining that "[r] educing the size and visibility of the coalition forces in Iraq is a part of our counterinsurgency strategy."

    Bryan Lentz: Reconstruct and Redeploy

  • Avoid drinking dairy, OJ, caffeine, and other mucus educing beverages, but do drink water.

    Notes on How to Give an Effective Reading

  • But the true method of experience, on the contrary, first lights the candle, and then by means of the candle shows the way; commencing as it does with experience duly ordered and digested, not bungling or erratic, and from it educing axioms, and from established axioms again new experiments; even as it was not without order and method that the divine word operated on the created mass.

    The New Organon

  • There are more than ten padres engaged in the establishment, and as many sisters, and all find plenty of occupation in educing from native crania the fire of intelligence.

    How I Found Livingstone

  • His educing her better self through such chastisement is related to something else we know on rereading: that Frank has been frank with no one about his romance with Jane Fairfax, having kept all Highbury, including the usually "penetrating" Mr. Knightley, (and of course us) in the dark [1].

    Boxing Emma; or the Reader’s Dilemma at the Box Hill Games


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