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Proof and evidence

evidence

noun

facts or physical signs that help to prove something

sign

noun

a piece of evidence that something is happening or that something exists

sign

noun

evidence that someone is present

suggestion

noun

the possibility that something is true, or evidence showing that something may be true

proof

noun

information or evidence that shows that something is definitely true or definitely exists

demonstration

noun

an event that proves a fact

indicator

noun

something that shows you what condition something is in

trophy

noun

something that you keep as proof of an achievement that you are proud of, for example a part of an animal that you have killed

illustration

noun

an example, event, fact etc that shows that something else is true, or shows what something is like

trail

noun

a series of marks or objects left by someone or something that shows they have been there

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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