show clearly

See: prove
References in classic literature ?
It is also necessary to show clearly, not only which of these governments is best for a state, but also how it ought to be established there, and other things we will treat of briefly.
And first, we will speak of a democracy; and this will at the same time show clearly the nature of its opposite which some persons call an oligarchy; and in doing this we must examine into all the parts of a democracy, and everything that is connected therewith; for from the manner in which these are compounded together different species of democracies arise: and hence it is that they are more than one, and of various natures.
Those who opened the gates to him permitted their surprise to show clearly in their expressions.
Madame Fouquet permitted her countenance to show clearly that if Fouquet had conducted himself well towards the king, the king had hardly done the like to the minister.
But a final decision was delayed because the photos available did not show clearly just where the path emerged on to Southlands Drive.
Most cameras are rear-facing, and even the front-facing ones (brought in to identify drivers) often do not show clearly who is driving.
He said: "Knowing that the accusations against me are simply wrong, and having risked all my energy and resources to show clearly that I won the 2006 Tour fair and sguare, I will continue to fight for what I know is right.
Rosenthal, MD, and his colleagues show clearly that buprenorphine implants are not inferior to buprenorphine administered sublingually.
"Statistics show clearly that a high proportion of sales are now online via mobile phones so we are perfectly placed to help our clients fully exploit this customer preference through our social media expertise."
The British Airline Pilots Association wants technology fitting to bar drones from flying where they may meet planes and to make them show clearly on radar.
He focuses consistently on the judicial perspective to show clearly where the jurisprudence departs from its previous position, which he says might not be as clear if he also took a scholarly view.
"The prosecution failed to show clearly and conclusively that Enrile, if ever he would be convicted, is punishable by reclusion perpetua; hence, Enrile is entitled to bail as a matter of right," the petition stated.