evidence

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  • The first evidence of such long distance trade is in the ancient world.
  • There is also evidence from different studies that show age related changes in memory.
  • This means that the new evidence is most likely to be wrong.
  • There is little first hand evidence to support either view.
  • It is the largest remaining evidence of the city's historical division.
  • What evidence there is can be found in legal records and other official documents.
  • However, there is no evidence of this at the moment.
  • It did not refer to any of this supposed evidence in its case.
  • There is, however, no historical evidence yet to support this claim.
  • There is evidence that there may be an element of truth to this.
  • However, no real evidence has been found for this.
  • However, mainstream scientific research has not shown strong evidence to support these claims.
  • It does not show any evidences of having been used in any other way. Cited from Illustrated Catalogue...Indians of New Mexico & Arizona, by Stevenson
  • Evidence to support this, however, is not very strong.
  • There is no evidence that Jesus himself ever married, and considerable evidence that he remained single.
  • Though there was evidence of some technical meetings, it was little more than a social society.
  • We can use must when we feel sure that something is real because we see high strong evidences.
  • Almost all the rocks show evidence of impact process effects.
  • Debussy always believed her, although there is no independent evidence to support her claim.
  • However, there is no direct evidence that the theory is correct.
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Meaning of evidence

  • noun Your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief
    the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling
  • noun An indication that makes something evident
    his trembling was evidence of his fear
  • noun (law) all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose truth is investigated at judicial trial is established or disproved