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* The process of inducing by magnetic lines of force a potential or magnetization in another component.
 
* The process of inducing by magnetic lines of force a potential or magnetization in another component.
 
* a method of reasoning in which one proceeds by generalization from a series of specific observations so as to derive general conclusions (cf. deduction). Source: Anthromorphemics  
 
* a method of reasoning in which one proceeds by generalization from a series of specific observations so as to derive general conclusions (cf. deduction). Source: Anthromorphemics  
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[[Category: Anthropology]]
 
[[Category: Anthropology]]

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  • The process of inducing by magnetic lines of force a potential or magnetization in another component.
  • a method of reasoning in which one proceeds by generalization from a series of specific observations so as to derive general conclusions (cf. deduction). Source: Anthromorphemics

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