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v. to present evidence and/or logic that makes a fact seem certain. What a party must do to convince a trier of fact (judge or jury without a judge) as to facts claimed and to win a lawsuit or criminal case. (See: proof)

prove

verb ascertain, ascertain as truth, confirm, corroborate, declarare, demonstrate, establish as truth, establish the genuineness of, essablish the validity of, evince, manifest, ostendere, probare, put to the proof, put to the test, show, show clearly, substantiate, support, uphold, validate, verify
Foreign phrases: In rebus manifestis, errat qui auctoritates legum allegat; quia perspicua vera non sunt probanda.In clear cases, he makes mistakes who cites legal authorities; for obvious truths are not to be proved.
See also: adduce, ascertain, bear, cite, confirm, convince, corroborate, demonstrate, disabuse, document, establish, evince, manifest, persuade, reason, show, state, substantiate, support, sustain, testify, validate, verify
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The online Bitcoin lottery platform utilizes blockchain technology to ensure all scheduled lotteries are provably fair.
In an effort to return the software to a permissible fee-bearing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) status, a vendor may choose to develop a clean-room version free of proprietary information; hence, the need for a rigorously defined clean-room method to transform a proprietary-laden dirty system into a provably correct proprietary-free clean system, one convincingly devoid of reliance on proprietary information, copyrighted material and trade secrets--and not considered a derived work.
An Efficient and Provably Secure IBE Scheme Under the Standard Model[J],Chinese Journal of Computer.
To address this need, Hitachi has developed provably secure digital signature technology based on the use of information which contains errors, such as biometric information.
The next morning, the enemy had gone away, provably to start another deadly attack elsewhere on our people.
Poehm told online news-source IDG News that his reason for founding the APPP was, "[Awareness of] this issue will be raised [among] all people who still don't know that there is an alternative to PowerPoint--and with this alternative, you provably achieve three to five times more effect and excitement with the audience," he said.
From the outset, I said that the allegation was without foundation, demonstrably and provably false and I was wholly confident that the outcome of the police investigation would see me exonerated" The Dailymail quoted Bridgen as saying.
TORY MP Andrew Bridgen last night dismissed allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman as "demonstrably and provably false".
TORY MP Andrew Bridgen dismissed allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman as "demonstrably and provably false".
The dad of two said the accusation that he had assaulted a woman of 29 in a London flat was "demonstrably and provably false".
This is achieved by ensuring that data quality is provably high, which can be accomplished by utilising a series of research principles and data quality standards, which are outlined in the book.
Under the FTC's regime, a health benefit advertiser is deemed to have made a false or deceptive claim if it advertises that a food or a dietary supplement has a therapeutic effect, even if that effect is provably true, unless the advertiser has obtained FDA authorization to make the claim in advance.