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established beyond doubt
"a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
Having been proved; having proved its value or truth.
Proven is a rural village in the Belgian province of West Flanders, and a "deelgemeente" of the municipality Poperinge. The village has about 1400 inhabitants. The church and parish of Proven are named after Saint Victor. The Saint Victor Church was rebuilt in 1806, after the late Gothic church from the early 17th century burnt down in 1802. In popular speech, the tower is called "peperbus" (pepper shaker).
Proven refers to something that has been demonstrated or verified as true or valid. This typically involves using evidence, logical reasoning, experiments, or factual information to confirm the truth or existence of a particular statement, theory, or claim.
Proven is a rural village in the Belgian province of West-Flanders, and a "deelgemeente" of the municipality Poperinge. The village has about 1400 inhabitants. The church and parish of Proven are named after Saint Victor. The Saint Victor Church was rebuilt in 1806, after the late Gothic church from the early 17th century burnt down in 1802. In popular speech, the tower is called "peperbus".
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
prov′n, (Scots law) same as Proved, pa.p. of Prove.—Not proven, a verdict declaring that guilt has not been fully made out, but which leaves the accused still under serious suspicion.
The numerical value of proven in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of proven in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
If my theory of relativity is proven successful, Germany will claim me as a German and France will declare that I am a citizen of the world.
It has, moreover, been proven that horror, nastiness, and the frightful are what give pleasure when one fornicates. Beauty is a simple thing ugliness is the exceptional thing. And fiery imaginations, no doubt, always prefer the extraordinary thing to the simple thing.
This is beyond Supreme Court. This is everything to do with our country. When you are guilty until proven innocent, it's just not supposed to be that way, always I've heard you're innocent until proven guilty. I've heard this so long. It's such a beautiful phrase. In this case, you're guilty until proven innocent. I think that is a very dangerous standard for our country.
It has yet to be proven that intelligence has any survival value.
Save your texts; save your nasty comments. I don’t care. I say this because this is my opinion, and in America, still, I know it’s a shock, but you are still innocent until proven guilty. He has not been proven a rapist.
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