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  • 1 evidence — /ev i deuhns/, n., v., evidenced, evidencing. n. 1. that which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief; proof. 2. something that makes plain or clear; an indication or sign: His flushed look was visible evidence of his fever. 3.… …

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  • 2 evidence */*/*/ — UK [ˈevɪd(ə)ns] / US [ˈevɪdəns] noun [uncountable] Get it right: evidence: Evidence is an uncountable noun, and so: ▪  it is never used in the plural ▪  it never comes after an or a number Wrong: You need to balance the evidences from both sides …

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  • 3 evidence — ev|i|dence1 [ evıdəns ] noun uncount *** 1. ) facts or physical signs that help to prove something: Evidence shows that global warming is definitely occurring. evidence of: Doctors found no evidence of infection. evidence that: There is some… …

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  • 4 evidence — 1 / evidFns/ noun 1 (U) facts, objects, or signs that make you believe that something exists or is true (+ of/for): evidence of life on other planets | evidence that: There s some evidence that a small amount of alcohol isgood for you. |… …

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  • 5 evidence — ev|i|dence1 W1S3 [ˈevıdəns] n 1.) [U] facts or signs that show clearly that something exists or is true evidence of ▪ At present we have no evidence of life on other planets. evidence for ▪ There is no evidence for these claims. evidence that ▪… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6 evidence*/*/*/ — [ˈevɪd(ə)ns] noun [U] 1) facts or physical signs that help to prove something The study found no evidence that fish feel pain.[/ex] the historical evidence for his theories[/ex] We are seeing more evidence of economic growth.[/ex] 2) facts,… …

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  • 7 EVIDENCE — Non Evidentiary Proceedings in Biblical Law The revelation of divine law is found not only in legislation but also in adjudication in particular cases (cf. Lev. 24:12–13; Num. 15:32–34; 27:1–8; Deut. 1:17), whether through Moses or judges or… …

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  • 8 Evidence-based pharmacy in developing countries — Pharmaceutical services in developing countries face particular challenges that are significantly different from those faced by pharmacists in the so called developed world.Medicines that are normally restricted to prescription in the developed… …

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  • 9 evidence — Synonyms and related words: Christophany, Satanophany, account, acquaintance, affect, affidavit, affirmation, angelophany, announcement, apparentness, appearance, approve, argue, argument, assertion, atmospheric visibility, attest, attestation,… …

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  • 10 evidence — noun information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid. ↘Law information drawn from personal testimony, a document, or a material object, used to establish facts in a legal investigation or admissible as testimony in a law… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 11 attest — v. a. 1. Witness, certify, indorse, confirm, ratify, corroborate, support, authenticate, seal, vouch for, bear out, set one s hand and seal to, bear witness to. 2. Adjure, invoke, call to witness. 3. Prove, show, exhibit, manifest, display,… …

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  • 12 United Kingdom — a kingdom in NW Europe, consisting of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: formerly comprising Great Britain and Ireland 1801 1922. 58,610,182; 94,242 sq. mi. (244,100 sq. km). Cap.: London. Abbr.: U.K. Official name, United Kingdom of Great… …

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  • 13 MASORAH — This article is arranged according to the following outline: 1. THE TRANSMISSION OF THE BIBLE 1.1. THE SOFERIM 1.2. WRITTEN TRANSMISSION 1.2.1. Methods of Writing 1.2.1.1. THE ORDER OF THE BOOKS 1.2.1.2. SEDARIM AND PARASHIYYOT …

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  • 14 Aegean civilizations — The Bronze Age civilizations that arose and flourished с 3000–1000 BC in the region bordering the Aegean Sea. They included Crete, the Cyclades, the Greek mainland south from Thessaly, including the Peloponnese, and Macedonia, Thrace, and western …

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  • 15 ancient Italic people — ▪ people Introduction       any of the peoples diverse in origin, language, traditions, stage of development, and territorial extension who inhabited pre Roman Italy, a region heavily influenced by neighbouring Greece (ancient Greek civilization) …

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  • 16 Veneration of Images —     Veneration of Images     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Veneration of Images     I. IMAGES IN THE OLD TESTAMENT     The First Commandment would seem absolutely to forbid the making of any kind of representation of men, animals, or even plants:… …

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  • 17 Murder of Victoria Climbié — Victoria Climbié Born 2 November 1991 (1991 11 02) Abobo, Ivory Coast Died 25 February 2000(2000 02 25) (aged 8) London, England, United Kingdom Cause of death …

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  • 18 South Africa — Republic of, a country in S Africa; member of the Commonwealth of Nations until 1961. 42,327,458; 472,000 sq. mi. (1,222,480 sq. km). Capitals: Pretoria and Cape Town. Formerly, Union of South Africa. * * * South Africa Introduction South Africa… …

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  • 19 witness — wit·ness 1 n [Old English witnes knowledge, testimony, witness, from wit mind, sense, knowledge] 1 a: attestation of a fact or event in witness whereof the parties have executed this release b: evidence (as of the authenticity of a conveyance by… …

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  • 20 ancient Greek civilization — ▪ historical region, Eurasia Introduction       the period following Mycenaean civilization, which ended in about 1200 BC, to the death of Alexander the Great, in 323 BC. It was a period of political, philosophical, artistic, and scientific… …

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