Origin of eduction
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Formal inference, in short, is the eduction of all that a proposition implies.Logic, Inductive and Deductive
The sliding abutment D, between the induction and eduction ports, moves out of the way of the piston to let it pass.The Library of Work and Play: Mechanics, Indoors and Out
Fred T. Hodgson
The eduction and equilibrium single valve, performing the functions of both.The Boy's Playbook of Science
John Henry Pepper
The eduction pipes met in a single tube at the top, and threw the steam into the air.
A shut-off valve was fitted in each of the eduction pipes leading to the condensers.Loss of the Steamship 'Titanic'
- something educed
- the act or process of educing
- the exhaust stroke of a steam or internal-combustion engineCompare induction
C17: from Latin ēductiō, from ēdūcere to educe
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