But Sheen's case is complicated by the inferences necessary to convict him.
If I were you, I would be careful about drawing any inferences from that.
If there be in it any inferences which I may believe to be falsely drawn, I do not now and here, argue against them.
Only a few, probably, if any, could properly be termed ‘skeptics’ in the strict philosophic sense of doubters of all inferences.
Let us see how far these inferences from plain facts are borne out from his works.
Will did not doubt what Inmutanka said, but his interest in his words was due chiefly to the inferences he drew from them.
My inferences are my own, but I shall be answerable for the facts.
Though, indeed, the fallacy of the inferences themselves is sufficiently apparent.
It is the inferences we draw from this fact that are different.
This account is doubtless true, but the inferences may be incorrect.