Every principle of science, every deduction of philosophy, is a tool.
The 637Templars were charged with making this deduction when grounds for burning them were sought.
The deduction is dangerous, but obvious, and I recommend it warmly to all who are about to be called to the Bar.
To prove or disprove the induction, we must resort to deduction and experiment.
Still, after every deduction for mere Laputian pedantry has been made, the balance of fruitful suggestion remains vast.
Here, then, is a deduction which can be immediately submitted to experiment.
The deduction of a Social Order from them was an accessory work.
I hypothesised this deduction from the fact that they were quite utterly gone.
I could not help laughing at the ease with which he, explained his process of deduction.
I could not help laughing at the ease with which he explained his process of deduction.
deduction late 15c., "action of deducting," from L. deductionem, noun of action from deducere (see deduce). Meaning "that which is deducted" is from 1540s.