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eduction

(e-duk'shun) [L. e, out, + ducere, to lead]
Emergence from a particular state or condition (e.g., coming out of the effects of general anesthesia).
See: induction (4)
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Additionally, a section is devoted to General Magnaplate's patented Custom Moldmaking Process Technology process, which r educes time and costs associated with the creation of layup molds used in fabricating large, contour-shaped composite materials.
The great value of the work is that it educes from these three different eschatological perspectives of the last 100 years, a series of questions that each type has tried to answer.
For example, in both Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and Richard Wright's Native Son, he educes from the transcriptions of the protagonists' consciousnesses as the pattern of a journey "expressed as a metaphor that reveals the central character's deepest promptings.
The possibilities for using instruments in Rebelo's music (he had access to all the resources of the ducal chapel of Braganza) are fully exploited by Christophers: in particular, the instrumental lines in the psalm setting Educes me are very striking.
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In pointing up differing stances toward the assimilation experience, he educes evidence that includes not only significant creative literature but a variety of other written documents as well as oral and visual records.
n addition using low rolling esistance tyres further educes CO2 emissions by g/km.
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It claims that awareness of mathematical structure is the lever that educes mathematical knowledge existing in the mind in response to a problem-solving activity.
143), Sallis educes the parallel in the meaning of earth as defining and limiting both the paradigm of the city in heaven and its image, the actual city, to that of the chora as defining yet limiting the intelligible and the sensible (pp.
Defending American Jewry against what has become a somewhat commonplace and unjust criticism of Jewish involvement in African American affairs--that the Jews sought to "whiten" or at least Americanize themselves through such involvement--Forman educes the internal, historical, and Judaic logic of the Jewish commitment to black causes only to then once again interrogate Jewish motives, this time from the perspective of Jewish self-exploitation rather than anything directed against blacks.