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PhD Student.


Jan
17
answered What is the difference between “section” and “part”?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Analytical
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16
comment Another way to say: “Evidences that show that…”
@MετάEd, sorry for posting in the incorrect place, but as in the Writers SE faqs it describes as not allowed "The strictly interpreted correctness of English grammar or syntax rules (please ask those on English Stack Exchange, instead)" I thought here would be a better place :S
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awarded  Scholar
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15
comment Another way to say: “Evidences that show that…”
Thanks, very useful answer. I think that evidence in singular is perfect for my needs. In my case evidence supports that the method is safe and provides clinical benefit. It is a new clinical procedure, and as evidence supports it's safe and provides benefits (here I cite two articles), it is recommended.
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15
accepted Another way to say: “Evidences that show that…”
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15
awarded  Student
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15
asked Another way to say: “Evidences that show that…”
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awarded  Autobiographer