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Definition of the noun adducing
What does adducing mean as a name of something?
- citing as evidence or proof
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Dictated Portions of the Lectures of Hermann Lotze by Hermann Lotze, George Trumbull Ladd
CONCERNING THE ADDUCING OF PROOF. § 69. In a judgment, what interests us practically is its truth. Now the simpler case is this, that a proposition with a definite content is given and its proof is required ; the more difficult case is this, that ...
The Oratorical Dictionary (1835)
by John Newland Maffitt
adducing; past, adduced: adj. adducent, adducible. ADDUCTION. ».
The Lexicon (1998)
by William Frank Buckley
adducing (verb) Bringing forward as an example, reason, proof, for consideration in a discussion, analysis, or contention; offering, presenting, ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1863)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
ADDUCING,. ppr. Bringing. forward;. citing in argument. ADDUCTION, n. The act of bringing forward. ADDUCTIVE,a. That brings forward. ADDUCTOR, n. [L.] A muscle which draws one part of the body toward another; as, the adductor oculi, ...
S Adduced, disposed, laid out, exhi- m S Adducing or disposing (as of arguments or facts) ; exhibition or statement of a truth or case ; exposition, setting in order, placing be- ore one's view. 2 An exordium or introduction. 3 Juxtaposition.
adduced, ppr; adducing. [K L. adducere, lead or bring to, Kad, to, + ducere, lead: see duct, duke.] To bring forward, present, or offer; advance; cite; name or instance as authority or evidence for ...
British and American by Eric Partridge
In subsequent years the Hobart Town Penitentiary became known as the Tench* Baker, 1945, adducing, for the Sydney name, J. West, History of Tasmania, vol. XI , 1852.
In the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, with Practical Directions and Forms, Arranged Under Each Title by Thomas Lee
adduced for the existence and against the existence of one and the same fact ; but evidence, taken in the same sense as testimony, may : yet we often hear of opposite parties adducing evidence in relation to the existence and non- existence ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren, Heinz-Josef Fabry
the isolated, singular status of the passage militates against adducing it to support any genuinely far- reaching conclusions.
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Scrabble value of A1D2D2U1C3I1N1G2
The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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