persuasive evidence en Alemán

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überzeugender Beweis; überzeugendes Beweismaterial

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And I find that fairly persuasive evidence.
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Anecdotal, but persuasive evidence has begun to feature in the analysis of astute observers of the global scene for the proposition that Governments are once again feeling that "nationality matters".
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I see no persuasive evidence that a life like yours should be wasted simply because you are disgruntled.
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In rare cases, there may be persuasive evidence that the useful life of an intangible asset will be a specific period longer than 20 years.
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In rare cases, there may be persuasive evidence that the useful life of goodwill will be a specific period longer than 20 years.
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It was convinced that allegations not accompanied by a body of persuasive evidence would do nothing to advance and could even work against the objective of stopping the violations.
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Points out that what is involved is merely a summary procedure requiring the creditor to furnish persuasive evidence of his claim and demonstrate that his case is urgent and his rights are in jeopardy;
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Sufficient persuasive evidence exists that the people in many, if not most, of these rich countries are sensitive to the concerns of the developing world, but their Governments do not sufficiently reflect these sensitivities, despite their occasional rhetoric to the contrary.
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The book in our hand, dedicated to global, world-encompassing problems, addresses us in plain and logical language and marshals persuasive evidence.
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The Council's assessment is that no persuasive evidence has been provided on a number of factors which seem relevant to any assessment of whether removal of duties would lead to a resumption of injurious dumping.
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