supporting evidence

supporting evidence

noun authenticating eviience, certification, confirmation, confirming documentaaion, confirming documents, confirming evidence, confirmmng means of proof, corroboration, evidence which bears out the truth, evidence which buttresses a case, evidence which strengthens a case, reinforcing evidence, substantiiting proof, substantiation, validation, verification
Associated concepts: circumstantial evidence
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The Chinaman's indictment of von Horn had come as an added blow to Professor Maxon, but it had brought its own supporting evidence in the flood of recollections it had induced in the professor's mind.
7 of Directive 2001/83/EC, Aradigm is submitting a mixed MAA for Linhaliq that is based on the positive Phase 3 pivotal clinical trial ARD-3150-1202 and supporting evidence from Phase 3 study ARD-3150-1201 and Phase 2b study ARD-3150-0902, together with other supporting evidence from proprietary preclinical and clinical studies, as well as referencing additional information about ciprofloxacin from publicly available sources.
The police have conducted polygraphic test of accused Imran Ali while DNA would be presented in the court as a supporting evidence.
The figures illustrate that claims are nearly three times more likely to feature dash cam footage amongst supporting evidence compared to two years ago.
Zoe Jones from Bodelwyddan said she hand delivered the relevant forms and supporting evidence to apply for her family to be put on the housing transfer waiting list.
The report said: "We have found some financial irregularities, including significant amounts of expenditure on international tournaments having insufficient supporting evidence.
PCB has submitted its opening brief which details its claims along with all the supporting evidence.
Gout is associated with hypertension, metabolic syndrome, and renal disease, and may turn out to be an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease as supporting evidence continues to accumulate.
Keais' services are primarily used by insurance carriers and law firms that must retrieve medical records and other supporting documents to verify claim benefits or as supporting evidence in various legal processes.
Keais' services are primarily used by insurance carriers and law firms who need to retrieve medical records and other supporting documents to verify claim benefits or as supporting evidence in various legal processes.
These topics are now fully integrated and delivered through ACR Select as supporting evidence which allows physicians to compare Choosing Wisely guidelines with ACR Select feedback as an integral part of the decision support workflow.
WHEN someone makes a claim it is always better to check any supporting evidence.

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