there is evidenceIt is known as a speech output system because there is evidence that a quite separate lexicon is involved in speech perception.
give evidenceMayhew to give evidence
medical evidenceThere is no medical evidence to support the idea that a bitch needs to have a litter before she is spayed .
evidence to supportBut police experts say there's no evidence to support that.
evidence to suggestThere was, however, no evidence to suggest that the employee's obligation was subject to exceptions in certain circumstances.
further evidence‘Do we have any further evidence?’
little evidenceMost of the oil was dispersed quickly, leaving "little evidence of pollution" .
evidence beforeOr or is the only evidence before me that which er was given by Mr ?
sufficient evidenceIt is not, at least not in the first instance, the formulation of clear, precise, and coherently related propositions backed up by sufficient evidence and argument.
historical evidenceNo matter how strong the historical evidence for the resurrection, we shall never accept it.
conclusive evidenceIn that house there was even more conclusive evidence by the way of pawn tickets, and more letters written to Mrs Stanfield and Mrs Harding, both aliases used by the bloated baby farmer.
evidence to showThere is no evidence to show that HIV can be caught from social contact.
evidence showsScientific evidence shows that some of these have been altered.
scientific evidenceHe said there was scientific evidence that the AIDS virus could pass through latex.
better evidenceIt is, therefore, worth calling the attention of villa excavators to these possibilities with the hope that they will eventually produce more and better evidence which will help to elucidate changes in this period.
evidence suggestsThe evidence suggests that, far from enhancing the anti-Tory campaign, the debate on PR helped John Major secure his unexpected victory.