cumulative evidence


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cumulative evidence

n
(Law) law additional evidence reinforcing testimony previously given
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cumulative evidence

n (Jur) → Häufung fvon Beweisen/Zeugenaussagen
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The cumulative evidence shows that low-carb diets are safe and effective for combating obesity, highly promising for the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, and they improve most cardiovascular risk factors.
John Ireland, Associate Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Dubai, provides cumulative evidence and a frank commentary on what drives customer loyalty in Islamic banking
Rule 403 calls for balancing probative value against the trial-efficiency concerns of "undue delay, wasting time, or needlessly presenting cumulative evidence.
There is cumulative evidence that changes in the metabolism of certain micronutrients in T2DM might have a specific role in its pathogenesis and complications2.
This figure is based on cumulative evidence gathered from the feedback provided by candidates who have attended the course and by the number of participants who were able to get on a flight after attending the course.
It found no objective diagnostic criteria but saw cumulative evidence that Gulf War illness is real.
The Court then proceeded to review each of the defendant's claims of ineffective assistance of counsel, rejecting all of them except one, but finding no cumulative evidence or prejudice on that claim to warrant overturning the jury verdict.
Ncayiyana reviews the cumulative evidence from early observational studies, and from the three landmark randomised controlled trials in Africa.
A review (2007) concludes that the cumulative evidence supports the use of aloe vera for the healing of first to second degree burns.
Far from "adding complexity to an already complicated etiology theory," as Welford and Bossak stated, it seems to us that the cumulative evidence provided by paleomicrobiologic demonstration and by our recent work (1) clarifies the epidemiology of the Black Death and the subsequent epidemics.
But they emphasized that treatment guidelines must be based on the best evidence, not simply on updated cumulative evidence.

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