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Correct spelling for EVIDENTS
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Possible correct spellings for evidents
- Evidence(Definition of evidence)
- Evident(Definition of evident)
- Evidently(Definition of evidently)
That it was well understood, throughout the whole church, that women had shared the labors of the apostles, is evidenced by chrysostom's specific eulogy thereupon.
Here, as in the exhibition at manchester, are to be found evidences of the fact that the successful prosecution of trade, manufacture, and commerce afford not only the means of gratifying, but of developing the taste for art.
"i know by the best of evidence.
"at all events," mme.
Reports of earnings by various companies influence stock prices, as does also the paying of extra dividends or the passing up of dividends.
There was no creature upon it; that was evident.
Of course it covers practically the whole field of military interests, and i ought to be able to win the war in about three-quarters of an hour, given a reasonable modicum of men, guns, indents, physical training and bayonet exercise, knowledge of military law, and acquaintance with the approved methods of conducting a casualty clearing station, a mechanical transport column, and a field kitchen.
Some one has evidently arrived."