Definition of Reinducing

1. Verb. (present participle of reinduce) ¹



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Definition of Reinducing

1. reinduce [v] - See also: reinduce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinducing

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reinducing (current term)
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Literary usage of Reinducing

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1. Outlines of Analogical Philosophy: Being a Primary View of the Principles by George Field (1839)
"... and, vice versa, to imperfect or disordered intellection reinducing fallacious perceptions. VOL. u. ..."

2. The Functions of the Brain by David Ferrier (1886)
"The left hemisphere was then similarly operated on, with the result of causing paralysis of the right limbs of the usual type, without reinducing the ..."

3. The History of Currency, 1252-1894: Being an Account of the Gold and Silver by William Arthur Shaw (1896)
"This extraordinary and arbitrary action was greatly to the detriment of French commerce, and the idea was entertained of gradually reinducing the standard ..."

4. American Problems of Reconstruction: A National Symposium on the Economic by Elisha Michael Friedman (1918)
"... in place of valuation, a great deal of time can undoubtedly be saved in the real problem of reinducing private capital to enter the field. ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1890)
"This must be done very gently to avoid reinducing haemorrhage, which would readily arise from papillomatous growths, one of the conditions in which ..."

6. The Practice of surgery by James Miller (1857)
"Or the inflammatory process is kindled after a time; and unhealthy suppuration is apt to ensue; reinducing symptoms of compression, more urgent than before, ..."

7. Infant Feeding and Its Influence on Life, Or, The Causes and Prevention of by Charles Henry Felix Routh (1879)
"Two cases, however, of electrical application to the breasts, and its effects in reinducing the secretion of milk after its suspension, are given in M. ..."

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