by inference

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"In Scotland, consent makes marriage," he said; "and consent may be proved by inference. I see a plain inference of matrimonial consent in the circumstances which you have related to me and I say you are a married woman."
For though other species of whales find their food above water, and may be seen by man in the act of feeding, the spermaceti whale obtains his whole food in unknown zones below the surface; and only by inference is it that any one can tell of what, precisely, that food consists.
She seems to have heard both of your marriage and your absence; but I gather, by inference, that she does not actually know where you and Mimi are, or of your return.
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If an inferrer comes to know an hypothesis h by inference from evidence e, then e must play the role of the known premise in that inference.
documents may be added to the file for the assemblage and documentation of work previously performed." Because the rules only allow documents to be added, documents, by inference, may not be deleted.
These results provide strong support for the hypothesis that the interestingness of a story is affected by inference generation.
Many of those courts, however, will allow the link to be established by inferences drawn from the affiant's training and experience.
The creation of a more detailed setting of the narrative, in which environmental time inferences play a part, and the closer examination of the actual ways in which the narrative facts unfold, expressed by inferences of style, both in fact take place more in the afternoon than in the morning.