She seemed to be drawing the same conclusion about him.
And even they had drawn the conclusion that the evidence wasn't enough.
He knew enough to draw his own conclusions from the little more the king gave him.
Why doesn't he at least leave me to draw my own conclusions?
If the others didn't see the death, then they would have to draw their own conclusions.
Officials said they could not draw any conclusions about the 143 others.
So it's not like they're just drawing a conclusion based on nothing at all.
Then Bill, another real person to watch me and draw conclusions.
But she had drawn very different conclusions from the story.
And what conclusions will we draw if nothing, or something, is found?
We hear certain things and draw certain inferences from that.
People compare attributes with others and draw inferences about what they themselves are like.
They react to and draw inferences from an agent's emotions.
One can draw inferences about the party's intent from circumstantial evidence.
It's only natural to draw inferences from the compilation of your life experiences.
Adequate, if we want to draw inferences only about the examined individuals.
This model is adequate, if we want to draw inferences about the whole population, not only the examined sample.
"This was more a case of drawing inferences from Kharazi's body language."
We were simply there to observe and to draw inferences from our observations.
I am making statements from which you are drawing inferences.
We must make inferences about the health status of the survivors from these data.
But it wasn't her job to make such inferences, at least not in this case.
Similarly we can only make inferences about the nature of learning from observing these changes.
We don't know who is doing what to whom in the Soviet hierarchy, and have to make inferences.
"There are many places where editors had to make inferences," he said.
"You can't make inferences about teaching and learning based on one year's performance alone."
Representation Terms are also used to make inferences about the requirements of a property.
With data aggregation, it is difficult to make inferences about individual behavior.
Assessment is the systematic basis for making inferences about the learning and development of students.
Aren't you the one, she said, who laughed at me some months ago for making inferences about their motives?