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You have demonstrated a love that is high, and noble, and self-sacrificing.

The Herald has demonstrated that long ago--made editorials of it.

It demonstrated the success of their methods of dealing with public servants.

The transformation or evolution of living beings is a demonstrated fact.

It now struck him that the truth of his conclusions might be demonstrated without all the apparatus he had employed.

There is only one way which I can see by which the fact can be demonstrated.

As before stated, neither of these theories can be said to be demonstrated.

What you demonstrated this morning, in particular, was most absorbing.

The fixation is complete in one minute, and the granulations can be demonstrated.

In this way I demonstrated that my friendship had not cooled off at all.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "to point out," from Latin demonstratus, past participle of demonstrare (see demonstration). Meaning "to point out by argument or deduction" is from 1570s. Related: Demonstrated; demonstrating.

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