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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of demonstrate.
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- adj. having been proved or verified beyond doubt; proved by demonstration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having been demonstrated or verified beyond doubt
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One is what we call demonstrated abilities or demonstrated success, the things that are clearly visible when you look at the application-that is grades, your score on the test, your work experience, reputation of the company, quality of the school, quality of the degree.
What you have not demonstrated is why the mortgage industry requires institutional racism to remain stable.
What the Parker imbroglio demonstrated is that the future has arrived …
Another issue where Baird's courage and conviction have been demonstrated is in his approach to Gaza.
The heavy jaw and square-cut chin demonstrated rugged pertinacity and indomitability.
But why does the obvious companion to that question, ‘why has our federal regulation once again demonstrated catastrophic failure?’ and what should we do about it outside of the facile ‘more regulation’?
They have again demonstrated that they too are not competent to protect the public from the unique unpredictable dangers of genetically engineered foods.
Certainly, having been thought of as washed up while wearing no mustache as recently as last season, pitcher Carl Pavano of the Minnesota Twins has once again demonstrated there is no more potent performance enhancer on the athletic playing field than a mustache.
“President-elect Obama has again demonstrated his genuine commitment to bringing all Americans of goodwill together in search of common ground.”
I had a specific point about a particular event and you have once again demonstrated it for me.