- Frame a proposition in which the burden
**of proof**would not be on the affirmative. - That is a classification which is rather difficult
**of proof**and of no importance anyway. - He got at our bundles
**of proof**-sheets and he applied himself to them most gravely. - Both are simple contracts; the distinction between them is in the mode
**of proof**. - In all other cases, the burthen
**of proof**is supposed to lie with the affirmative. - Neither this statement, nor the assumption based on it, is susceptible
**of proof**. - The latter may not be susceptible
**of proof**, but everything is consistent therewith. - In the case of one of these arguments show how the burden
**of proof**might change with the argument. - She knew that it would be hard to convince anyone of her origin without some sort
**of proof**. - Here was plenty
**of proof**that an unusual amount of this gas had given this sun its sudden flame. - No scholar now dreams of adopting any other method
**of proof**, whatever his doctrinal proclivities. - In three subjects which you might choose for an argument show where the burden
**of proof**would lie.

- What kind
**of proof**had he? - He had not a shadow
**of proof**of her existence. - We had had plenty
**of proof**that he needed it. - Stringency
**of proof**is here the equivalent of the logical. - But in the absence
**of proof**there was nothing to be done. - The burden
**of proof**seems to my mind to lie on him. - The onus
**of proof**lay with the opposite side. - Logic asks; is the judgment capable
**of proof**? - I learned that he owned a long string
**of proof**sheets. - But this information {66} seems to be impossible
**of proof**. - A Fallacy is any failure to fulfil the conditions
**of proof**. - A charm
**of proof**. - Make it over so that the burden
**of proof**would fall on the affirmative. - Hitherto we have dealt with no sort
**of proof**that gives any such assurance. - Its truth must be established by a different species
**of proof**. - The only adequate mode
**of proof**would be by the prosecution of an actual abuse. - The burden
**of proof**rests upon the person making the accusation. - We have not far to go in search
**of proof**to verify this sad fact. - A similar line
**of proof**would show that religion implies morality. - And in this labour
**of proof**, science and philosophy alike take their share. - However, realizing she had not a scrap
**of proof**, she wisely remained silent. - The bases of its teaching are simply "axioms" which are incapable
**of proof**. - He had had plenty
**of proof**that his own judgment of Blodgett was worthless. - General character
**of proof**2 Sec.3. - Its existence, though on other lines, is equally susceptible
**of proof**. - The scientific purpose of Logic is to assign the conditions
**of proof**. - The Dilemma is perhaps the most popularly interesting of all forms
**of proof**. - She would, ere the close of that day, sorely need that armour
**of proof**.

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