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In Murray's terms: a person inferentially knows a conclusion only if he knows each of the claims from which the conclusion is essentially inferred, it means either that it is impossible to account for anything or that it is impossible to begin to account for any tiling in the first instance.
Data were inferentially analyzed by structural equation modeling in Lisrel.
By and large, the author seems to agree that discernment of divine acts in history, while inferentially possible (albeit not because the causal joint between the divine agent and any cosmic event is identifiable), occurs most dependably in the light of scriptural attestations to such activity.
But to the individual who said, "It makes me much safer knowing that a bunch of violent thugs with badges are willing to trample on basic human rights whenever you deem fit," I ask: What provision of the Constitution guarantees, either directly or inferentially, the basic right to operate a motor vehicle while impaired?
Inferentially, when information on blood glucose becomes available at a much higher resolution so that trending over time can be interpreted and integrated in the decision process, the type of controller could also be optimized.
The wording 'further investigate' inferentially implies that the LLRC findings were 'incomplete' and appears to sit uncomfortably with praise for findings of the LLRC.
S is inferentially scrutable for subject s if and only if, if s were to come to know C, s would be in a position to know S.
Their scores were collected in order to analyze descriptively and inferentially.
To the authors, these climatic phenomena seem to be the most probable explanation for the singular but contemporaneous records of Odonata having adjacent known ranges, but this can only be tested inferentially, in part by future observations recorded in conjunction with meteorological data.
The therapist begins to help the client bring about inferentially and behaviorally based change.
The matter is quite simple: an S-V-O sentence, that which underlies all English language (and all language, even if only inferentially, I must suspect though I've not investigated more than my own tongue), is a flow line of three seconds.
On a larger scale, the dynamic-logic framework can account for underspecifications in cohesion and coherence of discourses either by resolving them inferentially or constraining them according to the discourse context.