cite evidence

See: establish, show
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But Dr Craig Twist, an academic at the University of Chester, said he is incorrect to do so: "I can cite evidence from a Portuguese group.
But Dr Craig Twist, an academic at the University of Chester, said: "I can cite evidence from a Portuguese group.
But Dr Craig Twist, an academic at the University of Chester, said he is incorrect to do so, said: "I can cite evidence from a Portuguese group.
But last August, McAuliffe didn't just cite evidence that Jaeger was involved in the transactions, he said there was evidence that Jaeger "controlled or had substantial influence over which documents were provided to outside auditors," and at one point "dictated to the CFO of Enterasys what documents should not be given to the outside auditor.
Huebner objects that I failed to explain why some of the numbers are rounded and others are not, and that I did not cite evidence of the rounding of ages in the first millennium BCE.
Experts now cite evidence showing that high-temperature incendiaries and explosives were planted throughout the twin towers and the lesser-known 47-story Building 7, also destroyed later the same day.
It's bigness can then be referred to by incoming/ outgoing politicians as they cite evidence of Birmingham's ambition to continue to be big for the sake of being big.
The same behaviours are either universal or very nearly so among recent humans, leading archaeologists to cite evidence for these behaviours as proof of human behavioural modernity but Shea said that the oldest Homo sapiens fossils occur between 100,000-200,000 years ago in Africa and southern Asia and in contexts lacking clear and consistent evidence for such behavioural modernity.
The authors cite evidence to support this mechanism and conclude that potential risks of low-dose exposures should not be dismissed until effects of local deconjugation reactions are incorporated into risk assessment models.
Critics of bottled water cite evidence that bottled water often lacks fluoride, and regulations overseeing bottled water are not as strict as those for tap water.
But it did cite evidence that Israeli troops put children and other civilians in harm's way by forcing them to remain in homes taken over by soldiers.
Among other conclusions, Amnesty said it found no evidence to support Israeli claims that Gaza militants used civilians as "human shields," but it did, however, cite evidence that Israeli troops put children and other civilians in harm's way by forcing them to remain in homes taken over by soldiers.