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ab·duct

(ab-dŭkt'), Do not confuse this word with adduct.
To move away from the median plane.
Synonym(s): abduce

ab·duct

(ab-dŭkt')
To move away from the median plane.
Synonym(s): abduce.

abduce

to abduct, or draw away.
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Cuando ante el problema de identificar la funcion de un objeto se logra un modelo tal que ese objeto aparece claramente cumpliendo la funcion de herramienta cortante, como lo hemos visto antes, lo que se abduce es ese modelo, pues es ese modelo el que comporta explicacion.
El RBM se percibe solamente como aquel que construye un modelo, lo manipula y de alli concluye, deduce o abduce.
Cuando el juicio acaba y Wilson va a visitarle en el calabozo al que la juez le ha condenado que pase una noche, abduce que House ha obtenido Vicodina todo el tiempo, porque su supervisor de rehabilitacion se la ha estado proporcionando.
As Brewer recognizes, ARIL depends on the distinction between decisions and their rationales;(77) if the rationales were controlling, the reasoner could deduce the result in the present case from the rationale laid down in the precedent case and would not have to abduce AWRs and AWRas.
For example, if we want to know what Congress might have intended with respect to airplanes in a case such as McBoyle, we look at the specific examples of motor vehicles in the statutory text, abduce a hypothesis about Congress's intent, and test that hypothesis by reference to possible rationales that Congress might plausibly have found justificatory of that intent.
The court provisionally abduces a rule that would sort the existing cases -- an "analogy-warranting rule" or "AWR.