Thesaurus / evidential
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Then follow apologetical and evidential works, and treatises on theology and morality.
So we get a glimpse into the conditions of life in the early Church, interesting and of value in an evidential point of view.
He was now prepared to listen to what Sir Charles had to say and to judge impartially of its evidential value.
FIRE-TONGUESAX ROHMER
Even parable, however, has always been considered to have attached to it a measure of evidential as well as of illustrative value.
But the fact is merely suggestive; it has no evidential value.
THE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INNR. AUSTIN FREEMAN
What evidential value can attach to a portrait composed and done under such circumstances?
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
On this point I have, I believe, an instructive and evidential example.
What evidential value may be assigned to Miss Westbrooks statements?
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
I mean also to suggest what kind of matters of fact would naturally be adduced as evidential in such a discussion.
This story will not appear so evidential to the reader as Scot seems to infer it to be.

WORDS RELATED TO EVIDENTIAL

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