well-attested

well-attested

adj (well attested when postpositive)
widely affirmed as correct or true
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At this time there was a well-attested Christian presence in the region, so the discoveries at Yoghbi have the potential to shed light on this critical moment of religious change."
At this time there was a well-attested Christian presence in the region, so the discoveries at Yoghbi have the potential to shed light on this critical moment of religious change." Crowded Desert is an ambitious programme aimed at producing a deeper knowledge of the human presence in the Qatari desert.
Hamilton not only demonstrates the existence of people who self-identified as heretics in the Languedoc, but even shows highly suggestive evidence from the Premonstratensian abbot Eberwin of Steinfeld of links between French heretics and the well-attested Byzantine heretical group known as the Bogomils.
Orthodox Judaism provides a well-attested example of how the faithful can live apart from the secular world, even as they live within it.
Thus, while Zgoll is correct to recognize that traveling in dreams is a well-attested anthropological phenomenon (pp.
71); if anything they reflect partial reduplication, a well-attested historical process in Malay.
The textual problem with the ending of 1 Samuel 10 is well-attested. (2) The issue revolves around the verse's final two Hebrew words, wayhiy kamacariys ("and he was like one who is silent") and the possibility of correcting this somewhat strange Hebrew form to kamacadas or even kamow cadas ("and it was about a month") and prepending it to the following verse.
While Browne's schooling at Westminster is well-attested, though what is less known is that he also, in later life, recalled a visit to Lewes, Sussex, evidently before he had been breeched (he was still "butt in coats").
He then links already well-attested stylistic developments around 1594 to the fact that at this time Shakespeare became a sharer in the Lord Chamberlains Men (81).
This, by now well-attested finding is the best argument for the intrusion of outsiders into the homes of neglectful or cruel caregivers, and it is the best explanation for the observation that poverty accompanies lower achievement all over the world.
The various Euro regulations on truck emissions have, over the years, clamped down on particulates, with the prime mover for the regulations being the well-attested health risks from inhalation, especially of very fine particles.
The only massacre by the Gaddafi regime, involving hundreds of victims, which is so far well-attested, is the killings at Abu Salim prison in Tripoli in 1996, when up to 1,200 prisoners died, according to a credible witness who survived.