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e·duce

 (ĭ-do͞os′, ĭ-dyo͞os′)
tr.v. e·duced, e·duc·ing, e·duc·es
1. To draw or bring out; elicit. See Synonyms at evoke.
2. To infer or work out from given facts: educe principles from experience.

[Middle English educen, to direct the flow of, from Latin ēdūcere : ē-, ex-, ex- + dūcere, to lead; see deuk- in Indo-European roots.]

e·duc′i·ble adj.
e·duc′tion (ĭ-dŭk′shən) n.
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Empero, existe una tension entre la asercion anterior y la tesis, educible de las Sagradas Escrituras, segun la cual la identidad de las susodichas leyes y los divinos decretos es exclusivamente escible en la medida en que sea revelada preternaturalmente por Dios; y solamente, por cierto, susceptible de ser creida por el genero humano en cuanto revelada.
Strang, for instance, shows that patterns by which European states recognized non-European peoples as sovereign or nonsovereign are not r educible to economic and strategic interests.