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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of evidence.

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  • adj. supported by evidence

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Examples

  • The similarity in creation theories among geographically disparate religions has been evidenced from the Bible to the Popol Vuh to obscure African and Eastern tribes.

    Society's fascination with the wild outsider

  • He's one of the kindest, most thoughtful and most generous people I know as evidenced by the fact that he sent me a personally inscribed copy of his book when I owe him roughly 5,000 e-mails, and he's also a leading Lewis scholar, so I can't wait to read his book!

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • That requires more money that the European are prepared to expend, as evidenced from the German defence plans and the more general European attitude towards defence.

    The defence debate

  • Such weight has been once again evidenced when, in the general debate of the first special disarmament

    Alfonso García Robles - Nobel Lecture

  • Therein, in an especial manner, is the divine authority of the word evidenced, by the divine power and efficacy given unto it by the Holy Ghost.

    Pneumatologia

  • The claim was always more asserted than evidenced, which is just as well for a coalition that is about to test the patience of voters raising children on decent but unexceptional pay.

    Taxation: Squeezing middle Britain | Editorial

  • I'm a newbie, and am awed by the knowledge and powers of expression evidenced on this wonderful site!

    Perfume Review: Ormonde Jayne Ormonde Woman

  • The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know as evidenced by Peggy Noonan, Christopher Buckley, and, yes, Colin Powell and many others.

    How did Sarah Palin get picked for VP?

  • The ABA, at the time referenced, had what I view as a number of less-than-savory aspects, for a bastion of Establishment lawyering, including its unquestionable institutionalized racism, not-very-closested anti-semitism, and the sort of name-calling evidenced in the posted quote.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The ABA Wasn’t Always Liberal:

  • Per the listing requirements of The NASDAQ Stock Market, the company has disclosed that Mr. Hawkins will receive a restricted stock unit award as an inducement for entering into employment with the Company, under terms evidenced in an award agreement, which will include terms substantially similar to the Company's 2010 Omnibus Incentive Compensation Plan.

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