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adv.1.With security from error; infallibly; unerringly.
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I cannot picture her; but I shall know her, know her inerrably as these your wood children find out each other untaught, as the butterfly that has never seen his kindred knows his painted mate, passing on the wing all others by.
Supposed that all training data could be fitted inerrably by the linear function within the scope of [epsilon] according to Eq.