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ascertain from

To find out something from examining or observing something or some situation. A noun can be used between "ascertain" and "from." I ascertained a lot about my daughter's new boyfriend from our first dinner together. What were you able to ascertain from the article?

ascertain something from someone or something

to find out or learn with certainty information from someone or something. I need to ascertain some facts from you. A few facts have been ascertained from the interview.
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Under the new agreement, the operator will deploy a third module, Usage Assurance, to its existing Ascertain platform.
NFU North-West's horticulture board chairman, Sarah Fairhurst, said: "I would urge all those who use labour providers to ensure that they are registered with the licensing authority and take the 'reasonable steps' to ascertain that the labour provider has a valid licence.
assessment to ascertain if each objective has been achieved.
If sampling is population based, it is feasible to ascertain periods of unprotected intercourse not leading to conception (generally stipulating a minimum duration such as 6 months); these attempts can be added to the pregnancy-related TTP values to generate the "time of unprotected intercourse" (Karmaus et al.
It took Sliney more than five minutes to ascertain where the authority lay.
ASCERTAIN leads a three-pronged British raid on the UAE Derby, with Eddie
Has any study been conducted to ascertain whether people with Gilbert's syndrome have a lower incidence of cancer and heart disease?
The purpose of these inspections is to ascertain whether there is evidence of a cartel agreement and related illegal practices concerning price fixing for rubber chemicals, the commission said in a statement.
Student service professionals will be able to ascertain attitudes towards gays and lesbians on campus and may develop workshops for understanding and awareness.
To ascertain how efficiently your office manages your accounts receivables, you should benchmark your collections on a monthly basis.
Moreover, an insurer must conduct an adequate investigation and attempt to ascertain such facts.
Every football coach is aware of the individual need to scout the coming opponents to ascertain their strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies.
It is important first of all, however, to ascertain how this type of program will fit with the rest of the facility's current patient population, as well as with its architectural design.
Rather, we ascertain the bank's solvency from supervisory information provided by the primary regulator and determine that adequate collateral is available to secure the loan.
Such a system would allow the physician to ascertain the patient's prognosis without knowing what is wrong with the patient.