nonevidence

nonevidence

(ˌnɒnˈɛvɪdəns)
n
a lack of evidence
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The neighbourhood police's Twitter feed added: "I assure you that rumours of yobs throwing fireworks into the crowd are totally unfounded and nonevidence based.
Vietnam's use of involuntary, nonevidence based drug treatment centers (commonly known as "06 Centers" in Vietnam) stirred significant international controversy in September 2011 when an international human rights organization issued a report detailing human rights abuses.
201 advisory committee's note ("[E]very case involves the use of hundreds or thousands of nonevidence facts.
There are a few loose ends empirically, mainly of course because the much smaller range of reactions in Texas forces comparisons of evidence (Tech) with nonevidence (Texas), which inevitably raises some questions.
Under these disease pressures, Florida sugarcane breeders adjusted their strategies in response to industry needs, which likely contributed to absence or nonevidence of yield gains during Period 1.
They are told that they cannot talk to each other about the case until deliberations, cannot use nonevidence of which they are aware in deliberations, cannot investigate or experiment with places or things, cannot relate any special expert knowledge to other jurors or seek out information in books, and more.
Whitehead, "Carib Cannibalism: The Historical Evidence," Journal de la Societe Des Americanistes (Paris, 1984); Dave Davis and Christopher Goodwin, "The Island Carib Origins: Evidence and Nonevidence," American Antiquity 55, no.
Kuhn's coding procedures included three major evidence categories: genuine evidence, pseudoevidence, and nonevidence.