# Findings:

- Sir Logic (user)
- paraconsistent logic
- non-monotonic logic
- Inferential statistics
- Symbios Logic
- Emitter Coupled Logic
- categorical logic
- photon statistics
- analytic logic
- dream logic
- logic analyzer
- Programmable Logic Device
- abuses of statistics
- Cribbage Statistics
- DJ Logic
- Grouch Logic
- Notes on the history of logic
- glue logic
- Statistics every writer should know
- Statistics of the Australian Population by Country of Birth, 2001
- deductive logic
- computer logic
- The Logic of Empire
- "Birth" by Logic
- Statistics (nodelet)
- US Farm Subsidy Statistics
- tetralemmic logic
- majority logic
- rod logic
- Statistic
- Baseball statistics
- asynchronous logic
- Logic error
- Man's Vision of God and the Logic of Theism
- misleading statistics
- non-parametric statistics
- digital logic family
- The flaws in Descartes' logic
- 7400 logic families
- The extroverted feeler encounters Love and Logic
- All statistics are lies
- Statistics without Borders
- associative logic
- lsi logic
- intensional logic
- Logic and Pragmatics of Attributive and Referential
- vital statistics
- Everything Statistics - January 20, 2002
- The first truth-value logic computer
- forest of sideways logic
- intuitionist logic
- The Ruins of Logic
- Bizarre Injury Statistics in the UK
- War, Damned War, and Statistics
- logic
- Teach Yourself Scheme: 14.4 Logic puzzles
- Predicate Logic
- Operation Logic Bomb
- they eat plot logic for breakfast
- computer statistics
- How I learned to stop worrying and love statistics
- Morning Logic (tm)
- algebraic logic
- linear logic
- Sufficient statistic
- Answer to the forest of sideways logic
- Circle Logic
- Governed By Logic
- Bathroom Statistics
- Office for National Statistics
- Modal Logic
- Problems with logic
- business logic
- Baseball Statistics Abbreviations
- Prayer as regards a certain kind of statistic
- digital logic
- logic analyser
- Language, Truth and Logic
- Chronic Logic
- Boltzmann statistics
- leap of logic
- Table of 16 logic functions
- I want to rip off your logic and make passionate sense to you
- He was born with the gift of logic but the inability to use it
- Fermi-Dirac statistics
- fuzzy logic
- Arithmetic Logic Unit
- symbolic logic
- Semantic Tableaux proof method for predicate logic
- order statistics
- core logic chipset
- drunken logic
- Police logic
- The Five-Card Logic Problem
- Statistics of high school driver safety
- Cirrus Logic
- logic (user)
- Static logic
- chemistry logic (user)
- Putting statistics
- Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics
- set logic
- Combinational logic network
- Religious logic
- Temporal logic
- How to lie with statistics
- Amphetamine Logic
- Quantum Logic
- Introduction to logic
- Pretzel Logic
- Calculator Logic
- Nintendo logic
- Python logic: Truth
- The individual is not a statistic
- circular logic
- Logic table
- Dessert Logic
- Situational Logic
- AP Statistics
- Logics
- Logic Programming
- The logic of atheism
- first-order logic
- Lies, damn lies, and statistics
- Vital Statistic (user)
- Combinatorial logic circuit
- Logic gate
- Boolean logic
- Logic System
- Selective use of statistics
- Case Logic
- Jetsonian Logic
- Parallel Logic Programming
- Swarm logic
- Fridge Logic
- Everything Statistics - September 29, 2001
- Inductive Logic Programming
- formal logic
- Connectivity is not expressible in first-order logic
- Science, mathematics, biology, and statistics
- dynamic logic
- Hoare Logic
- The Cultural Logic of Computation
- quoting statistics won't impress me
- Suicide Statistics
- Mathematical Logic
- propositional logic
- Coercive Logic
- Proofs and Refutations
- Node Statistics (nodelet)
- Everything Statistics - September 29, 2001 (2)
- Logic puzzles
- Drunk Logic
- A Logic Named Joe
- Law of Logic (user)
- Statistics of Americans dying abroad
- logic bomb
- Inductive logic
- The Logic Factory
- Logic symbols
- Bose-Einstein statistics
- United States v. Morrison
- syllogistic logic
- Arithmetic representation of boolean logic
- statistics
- Everything Statistics - September 29, 2001 (3)

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