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What is ADDUCE

To present, bring forward, offer, introduce. Used particularly with reference to evidence. Tuttle v. Story County, 56 Iowa, 316, 9 N. W. 292. “The word ‘adduced’ is broader in its signification than the word ‘offered,’ and, looking to the whole statement in relation to the evidence below, we think it sufficiently appears that all of the evidence is in the record.” Beatty v. O’Connor, 106 Ind. 81, 5 N. E. 880; Brown v. Griffin, 40 111. App. 558.

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