tend to show

See: evidence
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The wounds seem such as might be made by a rat or a small dog, and although of not much importance individually, would tend to show that whatever animal inflicts them has a system or method of its own.
It's hard to believe he won't sail into the semis - he's 2-5 to win his quarter - and this is a tournament where thoroughbreds tend to show their pedigree.
Whenever any topsy-turvy situation crops up in the country, people tend to show acrimony by damaging the public assets, without realizing that it is their property, made for their ease and comfort," said the team lead for KWICK Android game development, adding that a sense of ownership and responsibility must be prevailed in our society for heading towards a prosperous and developed Pakistan.
Children with serious aortic narrowing tend to show signs and symptoms earlier in life, while mild cases may not be diagnosed until adulthood.
Opinion polls tend to show that most people are in favour of them.
We Welsh are a passionate nation, we tend to show our feelings.
Even though rail systems in the same geography are subject to similar environments, they tend to show hugely different ridership patterns as several social, economic, political and technological factors determine patronage.
He can't seems to escape these troublesome bunnies--and worst of all, they tend to show him up in anything he tries to do.
These benefits do not apply only to healthy pet owners with no heart-disease history: pet owners with past or current cardiovascular problems tend to show longer survival rates than their petless counterparts.
High-quality preschool programs do promote child development but tend to show temporary gains
We are playing some good football and we tend to show that more when we play against the teams at the top end of the table.
Children tend to show natural aggression during the "terrible twos" when they want to have control over their surroundings and engage in aggressive outbursts when they can't.