direct evidence

NOUN
  1. evidence (usually the testimony of a witness) directly related to the fact in dispute
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How To Use direct evidence In A Sentence

  • Direct evidence that the cooperative binding associated with clustering increases adhesion has been provided by atomic force microscopy.
  • In the absence of a time machine, biologists must resort to the indirect evidence provided by comparative studies. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect
  • In order to be able to convict him, they're going to be able to tie him, circumstantially or through direct evidence, to the deaths of these individuals.
  • A few rusty bits of scrap metal are not really direct evidence of ‘weapons of mass destruction’.
  • Yes, the transcendental deduction is not and cannot be based on direct evidence. Matthew Yglesias » Kinsley’s Transcendental Deduction of Hyperinflation
  • Some findings of primary fact will be the result of direct evidence, whereas others will depend upon inference from direct evidence of such facts.
  • And in every case could it fairly and reasonably make such a finding of fact in the absence of direct evidence from the Investor?
  • In fact, no direct evidence linked the trailers to biological production at all.
  • He added: ‘We did not find direct evidence that consumers were being ripped off, but the problem with unhallmarked items is that their provenance is uncertain.’
  • These data provide direct evidence confirming earlier hypotheses that the silica pump is weak in Monterey Bay.
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