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She figured it out by deducing that the woman with the camera must be with The Washington Post, and the man next to her, Matt Gontarchick, was her date.Date Lab: It didn’t ‘take much to get us to start talking’|Prachi Gupta|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
The researchers deduced that two of the passengers on the flight must have acquired the virus with this particular genetic sequence in North America, then boarded a plane where they likely transmitted the virus to two flight attendants.How risky is air travel in the pandemic? Here’s what the science says.|Brian Resnick|November 12, 2020|Vox
Having worked on the early stages of the Manhattan Project, Webb eventually deduced that the radiation came from Cerium-141, the byproduct of a nuclear fusion explosion.What really happened during the ‘Kentucky meat shower’?|PopSci Staff|November 11, 2020|Popular-Science
Because the hole was the only thing inside space, the authors deduced that its entanglement entropy was rising.
Because dinosaur eggs evolved independently, what researchers have deduced about parental care may represent just one lineage, Wiemann says.Fossil discoveries suggest the earliest dinosaurs laid soft-shelled eggs|Jack J. Lee|June 24, 2020|Science News
Not only is it not deducible, but it is not even 165thinkable.Is Life Worth Living?|William Hurrell Mallock
The eclipse happened at the time deducible from the tables constructed according to Newton's law, says he again.
Erroneous—that which does not directly contradict the faith, but some conclusion evidently deducible from the faith.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 4|Henry Charles Lea
We would by no means charge Dr. Youmans with all the consequences naturally deducible from such a statement.
Here, then, could not exist that commingling of sects, which were deducible in all their varied extravagance from the Bible.Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers|Charles Bradlaugh, A. Collins, and J. Watts