drawing conclusions

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WALES' student leader has warned against drawing conclusions from the number of university applications.
One of the foremost icons of African American literature and poetry, "Roses and Revolutions: The Selected Writings of Dudley Randall" offers readers a dive into the mind of one Dudley Randall, using his work in short fiction and poetry as an exploration of his beliefs, drawing conclusions on his impact on black literature.
Volume 1 largely focuses on presenting the raw data, while Volume 2 is more heavily invested in analyzing and drawing conclusions from the data in Volume 1; the combined omnibus is a valuable reference and research tool for archaeologists, and a welcome addition to college and professional libraries.
Judging in the ethical sense means drawing conclusions from a combination of observation, critical thinking, and a sense of right and wrong.
A summary article drawing conclusions from the specific discussions would have been helpful.
He writes about the power of the adaptive unconscious, a part of the brain that allows people to sift through information and act quickly, and in making his case, he pays special attention to the theory of "thin slicing" which is the act of drawing conclusions from "narrow slices of experience.
Tim Crissman, a local Realtor and developer representing Atkinson and Oberosler, said the commission showed the ability to listen to the issue from a purely business perspective, rather than drawing conclusions based on perceptions.
Drawing conclusions from last year's meeting of the Episcopal Church in the United States (ECUSA), where media interest was unprecedented and protesters passed out leaflets to members, organizers put in place stringent security measures.
public health response system is interesting and thoughtfully presented but lacks sufficient and carefully documented detail to aid the reader in drawing conclusions and formulating solutions.
I'd be cautious about drawing conclusions from one study"
The investigators caution that the short observation period prevents them from drawing conclusions about causality and that their data are limited by the exclusion of youth who are no longer in school (and who would be at a high risk of early sexual debut).
The authors also misinterpret the function of a point-biserial correlation, drawing conclusions about item and test reliability rather than discrimination.