cogent evidence


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Noun1.cogent evidence - any factual evidence that helps to establish the truth of somethingcogent evidence - any factual evidence that helps to establish the truth of something; "if you have any proof for what you say, now is the time to produce it"
evidence, grounds - your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; "the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling"
confirmation, substantiation, verification, check - additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct; "fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"
validation, establishment - the cognitive process of establishing a valid proof
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The media has also been directed to refrain from disseminating any information about a political party or a candidate which is not supported by cogent evidence about any election related activity.
Yemen has cogent evidence about Iran's support to Al Houthis," he said in an interview with the Saudi Okaz daily on Sunday.
We have been told about aspirations, but have not been provided with any tangible cogent evidence.
The Board closed three inquiries against Mir Nadir Ali Magsi, Ex-Minister for Local Government of Sindh; Sardar Atif Ali Sanjrani, Ex-MNA Balochistan; Sohail Karim Hashami, Ex-Secretary Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Islamabad as no cogent evidence could be brought on record against them.
He said that this work provides cogent evidence that smooth muscle cells can initiate inflammation and thereby promote the development of vascular disease.
Sources said that according to the code of conduct the Print and Electronic Media have been asked to refrain from disseminating any information about a political party or candidate who is not supported by cogent evidence about any election related activity and due care shall also be exercised by them to ascertain veracity of any information or news relating to political party or a candidate before its telecast broadcast or publishing.
there is cogent evidence that before 1982 the field was used for the keeping of stock and that the field was fenced," he said.
Such defences include; medical reasons not to provide the breath sample, cogent evidence that you did not understand the breathalyser procedure or there is evidence to suggest that the breathalyser machine was faulty in some way.
Such defences include; medical reasons not to provide the breath sample, cogent evidence that you did not understand the breathalyser procedure and there is evidence to suggest that the breathalyser machine was malfunctioning.
s prophetic and biblically grounded argument contains cogent evidence and examples, and exhibits admirable knowledge of economic theory (which he explains lucidly).
There is cogent evidence demonstrating the activation of mTORC 1 signaling by IGF-1, thus implicating IGF-1 in leptin expression.