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in·fer·en·tial

 (ĭn′fə-rĕn′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or involving inference.
2. Derived or capable of being derived by inference.

in′fer·en′tial·ly adv.
Translations

inferentially

[ˌɪnfəˈrenʃəlɪ] ADVpor inferencia, por deducción
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Yet, this wild hint seemed inferentially negatived, by what a grey Manxman insinuated, an old sepulchral man, who, having never before sailed out of Nantucket, had never ere this laid eye upon wild Ahab.
(1) According to Baldwin and Ellison, Bigger is so thoroughly trapped by his circumstances and environment that he (and, inferentially, all black people) is stripped of his humanity.
In both cases, because these basic attitudes are not inferentially based, there is no possibility that an agent's view can be changed through argument.
However, it is an undesirable consequence of this disclaimer that we end up with a formula which is no longer able to be taken as involving the interpretation normally given to it.(17) The thesis was first used by Lukasiewicz,(18) who sets it out in a system inferentially equivalent to that of Aristotle.
and Plebani and Carraro have done is to apply the scientific method to understanding the causes and (inferentially) the solutions of flaws in a clinical process.
1990), in which it held that before a defendant who has never see an unpublished report that is not part of the published literature can be said to have non-hearsay notice, it must be shown that the defendant "was at least inferentially put on notice by the report." The video was not an "ancient document" that would be admitted under Rule 803(16) of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the court continued, noting that Digital was not given notice of the contemplated use of the video.
First is the master task, which specifies a final requirement; either, it has no outcome, or its outcome is an atomic object that cannot independently be processed inferentially or computationally.
The agent's belief that P may be heavily inferentially integrated with a huge network of other, independently grounded beliefs.
On the approach I defend, the 'inferential blindness theory of SD', given a rational, inferentially competent and autonomous being (i.e., with normal inferential faculties and not under the effects of drugs, hypnosis and so on), X, and a proposition, p, if X self-deceives himself about that p from time t to t' (t<t'), the following (generally) necessary and sufficient conditions are to be fulfilled:
Using the market-to-book ratio (MB) averaged over the prior four quarters (winsorized at the 1st and 99th percentile to reduce the effect of outliers) in place of LTG produces inferentially similar results.
Finally, the ANOVA of AIDS assertiveness (as the dependent variable) with "low" and "high" amae students to inferentially differentiate the two groups on the AIDS assertiveness inventory.