Evidence (uncountable noun) (Verbs (attack, provide, present, falsify,…
Evidence (uncountable noun)
Then evidence disproving it was her grandmother emerged. The ears were too big.
In contrast to women, men are more likely to work when they have young children. They work longer hours than women, even in full-time jobs, and some evidence indicates the financial reward for such “overwork” has risen in recent years.
The suspect was almost released after the evidence was deemed inconclusive. But then scan of stomach was used in evidence against the suspect.
Mounting evidence suggests the terrorist attacts were
motivated by far-right ideology.
The researchers have yet to collected conclusive evidence supporting the hypothesis.
If no agreement or reconciliation is reached, the case against the priest or deacon moves to a Hearing Panel, where civil lawyers for both sides present evidence and examine witnesses.
There is mounting evidence that connecting patients with each other and with their data can have a positive effect on health outcomes.