evince

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evince englannista suomeksi

  1. ilmaista

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evince englanniksi

  1. To show or demonstrate clearly; to manifest.

  2. 1661, Boyle|Robert Boyle, ''Sceptical Chymist|The Sceptical Chymist'', London: J. Cadwell for J. Crooke, s:Sceptical Chymist/Physiological Considerations32|''Physiological Considerations'', p. 32

  3. For You will find in the Progress of our Dispute, that I had some reason to question the very way of Probation imploy'd both by Peripateticks and Chymists, to evince the being and number of the Elements.
  4. (quote-book)|chapter=Idolatry: in what it consists|title=Selections from the writings of Robert South, D.D. With a memoir|page=257|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/MN41803ucmf_7/page/n283|passage=Common sense and experience will and must evince the truth of this.

  5. (RQ:Stedman Surinam)

  6. 1815, Park (explorer)|Mungo Park, ''Travels in the Interior of Africa'', Cassell: 1893, Chapter VI, http://www.gutenberg.org/files/5266/5266-h/5266-h.htm

  7. ‘That unless all the people of Kasson would embrace the Mohammedan religion, and evince their conversion by saying eleven public prayers, he, the king of Foota-Torra, could not possibly stand neuter in the present contest, but would certainly join his arms to those of Kajaaga.’
  8. (RQ:Joyce Ulysses)

  9. 1925, Heyward|DuBose Heyward, ''(novel)|Porgy'', London: Jonathan Cape, 1928, pp. 89-90, https://archive.org/details/porgy031341mbp

  10. As the game proceeded it became evident that Porgy's luck was with him; he was the most consistent winner, and Sportin' Life was bearing most of the burden. But the mulatto was too good a gambler to evince any discomfiture.
  11. 1973, Sacks|Oliver Sacks, ''(book)|Awakenings'', New York: Vintage, 1999, p. 169,

  12. When Mrs C. described this to me the next day she shuddered all over, but also evinced, in her manner and choice of words, an unmistakable relish.
  13. 1992, Thorpe|Adam Thorpe, ''Ulverton'', New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994, p. 239,

  14. Bare reportage cannot convey the deep hatred sometimes evinced between men through the simplest address.
  15. (quote-journal)|volume=85|issue=1|page=73|passage=But despite the overt similarity of the rules, Rome II does not evince a broad, transatlantic consensus on conflict of laws. The new European rules differ from outwardly similar American formulations in animating principle.

  16. (inflection of)