1 On entering the house this last inference was confirmed.
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2 On being shown her chamber, she was so dreadfully sensible of its comforts as to suggest the inference that she would have preferred to pass the night on the mangle in the laundry.
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3 If Lady Bertram, with all her incompetency and languor, could feel this, the inference of what her niece, alive and enlightened as she was, must feel, was elevating.
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4 I only quote this as a trivial example of observation and inference.
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5 Once or twice we drifted into talk, and I can remember that more than once he expressed a keen interest in my methods of observation and inference.
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6 Pray interrupt me if there is any inference which is not perfectly clear to you.
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7 Holmes had shaken off his temporary ill-humour, and his characteristic talk, with its keen observance of detail and subtle power of inference held me amused and enthralled.
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8 It would be difficult to name any articles which afford a finer field for inference than a pair of glasses, especially so remarkable a pair as these.
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9 But, in that early severity of the Puritan character, an inference of this kind could not so indubitably be drawn.
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10 Knowing what I knew, I set up an inference of my own here.
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11 Now, if to this consideration you superadd the official supremacy of a ship-master, then, by inference, you will derive the cause of that peculiarity of sea-life just mentioned.
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12 Hence, by inference, it has been believed by some whalemen, that the Nor West Passage, so long a problem to man, was never a problem to the whale.
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13 These things are we told, and in this record of ours we have proof by inference.
14 From this he had drawn the inference that this person, once in the forest, had dug a hole with his pick, buried the coffer, and reclosed the hole with his shovel.
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15 The inference from all which is, that there is no surer or more necessary restraint on the violence of an unruly multitude, than the presence of some one whose character and bearing command respect.
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