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Another word for induction

  1. The act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

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  2. Compulsory enrollment in military service

      1. The enlistment, usually compulsory, of personnel, as for military service
      2. An imposing and collecting of a tax or other payment
      3. The act or process of levying.
      1. The act or instance of closely following a race car, truck, etc. to avoid wind resistance and conserve fuel
      2. Any of various stages in the development of a plan, document, or picture:
      3. The act of drawing in a fishing net.
      1. A monetary payment exacted by a government in wartime.
      2. Compulsory enrollment, especially for the armed forces; draft.
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  3. A short section of preliminary remarks

      1. An introductory act, event, or period.
      2. An introduction or preface, especially a poem recited to introduce a play.
      3. An introduction or introductory chapter, as to a novel.
      1. Prefatory remarks or observations.
      2. A preliminary statement or essay; foreword
      3. (Usually in the plural) A prefatory discussion; a formal essay or critical discussion serving to introduce and interpret an extended work.
      1. (Music) A piece or movement that serves as an introduction to another section or composition and establishes the key, such as one that precedes a fugue, opens a suite, or precedes a church service.
      2. A short composition of the 1400s and early 1500s written in a free style, usually for keyboard.
      3. Anything serving as the introduction to a principal event, action, performance, etc.; preliminary part; preface; opening
      1. An introductory section, as of a speech.
      2. A preliminary statement or essay introducing a book that explains its scope, intention, or background and is usually written by the author.
      3. (R.C.Ch.) The introduction to the canon of the Mass, ending with the Sanctus
      1. A preliminary statement, especially:
      2. A statement accompanying a law or regulation specifying its purpose or reason for enactment.
      3. The introduction to a formal document that explains its purpose.
      1. An independent orchestral composition of varying form
      2. In Presbyterian churches, a proposal or question submitted as by the general assembly to the presbyteries
      3. (Music) An instrumental composition intended especially as an introduction to an extended work, such as an opera or oratorio.
      1. The wire leading from an aerial or antenna to a receiver or transmitter
      2. Opening or introductory matter:
      3. An introduction
      1. A basic introductory text or course of study.
      2. A preface, as to a book.
      3. An introducing or being introduced
      1. An introductory statement to a book, esp. one written by someone other than the book's author
      2. A preface or an introductory note, as for a book, especially by a person other than the author.
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Another word for induction

  1. Logical reasoning

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  2. The process of electrical attraction

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  3. The process of being initiated

      1. A monetary payment exacted by a government in wartime.
      2. Compulsory enrollment, especially for the armed forces; draft.
      1. The act or formal ceremony of conferring the authority and symbols of a high office.
      2. (Feudal Law) Ceremonial transfer of land to a tenant
      3. A formal investing as with an office, power, or authority, often with appropriate symbols or robes
      1. The state of being consecrated.
      2. The act, process, or ceremony of consecrating.
      3. The act or an instance of consecrating the bread and wine in the Mass or in a Communion service
      1. A being ordained, as to the religious ministry
      2. The act of ordaining or the state of being ordained.
      3. (Ecclesiastical) The ceremony of consecration to the ministry.
      1. The preliminary section of a book, often having material considered essential to an understanding of the main text
      2. A basic introductory text or course of study.
      3. An introducing or being introduced
      1. An installing or being installed
      2. An example of installation art.
      3. A work of art requiring construction or elaborate setting up at its exhibition site: an installation typically makes use of a variety of media and often includes nontraditional media, as projected images or taped sounds
      1. An initiating or being initiated
      2. The ceremony or conventions by which a person is initiated into a fraternity, club, etc.
      3. A ceremony, ritual, test, or period of instruction with which a new member is admitted to an organization or office or to knowledge.