draw any conclusions

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  • We put on record these facts, without trying to draw any conclusions from them. Cited from Occult Chemistry, by Annie Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater
  • The number of graduates of independent non-religious schools was too small to draw any conclusions.
  • The dispatch gave me no information from which I could draw any conclusions. Cited from The Expressman and the Detective, by Allan Pinkerton
  • One study found this only with the male population and could not draw any conclusions for the female participants in the study.
  • I shall not even draw any conclusions from it concerning the force and duration of a woman's love. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol VI, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • There are not enough eye-checked individuals to draw any conclusions.
  • I do not attempt to draw any conclusions from them or undertake any discussion other than that already given in the chapter on physical features. Cited from Negritos of Zambales, by William Allan Reed
  • The study was conducted using cultured human tissue and did not draw any conclusions regarding related biological activity in nature.
  • The released reports do not draw any conclusions in the DOJ investigation.
  • However, because very few neutrino events were detected it was difficult to draw any conclusions with certainty.
  • Although he reflects on his marriage several times (as does the narrator on marriage in general), he does not draw any conclusions yet.
  • That is true in so far as one should not draw any conclusions therefrom to the detriment of mankind. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. IX, Ed. by Francke
  • The paper does not assign any haplogroup to the results as the mtDNA segment is too small to draw any conclusions in this regard.
  • In the absence of Lombardic texts, it is not possible to draw any conclusions about its morphology and syntax.
  • But, I supplicate our enemies to be, though for the first time, just in their proceedings toward us, and to establish the fact before, they attempt to draw any conclusions from it. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Vol. I, Jan. 1916, by Various
  • Their shape change quickly as the sun rises, and as the painting most likely isn't depicting any specific moment, it is impossible to draw any conclusions from the mysterious shape in the painting.
  • It is idle to draw any conclusions from such juggling of figures, except that the addition of longitudinal steel rods is altogether problematical. Cited from Transactions of the ASCE, Paper No. 1169, by Edward Godfrey
  • Geographically it lay between the Karnic and Maric languages, but had no obvious connection to either; the data is too poor to draw any conclusions on classification.
  • The Herald also mentions the fact that the police files from the original missing persons inquiry into Carol Park had gone missing themselves, but does not draw any conclusions from this.
  • Veldmeijer had already in 2005 noted similarities to Dsungaripterus, but considered the available data to be insufficient to draw any conclusions from this.
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