Proven

  • (adj): Established beyond doubt.
    Example: "A proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
    Synonyms: proved

Some articles on proven:

Lyonnais Dialect - Word Comparisons
... The chart below compares words in Franco-Provençal to those in selected Romance languages, with English for reference ... Franco-Provençal also softened the hard palatized "c" and "g" before "a" ... This led Franco-Provençal to evolve down a different path from Occitan and Gallo-Iberian languages, closer to the evolutionary direction taken by French ...
Scottish Criminal Law - "Not Proven" Verdict
... unique in having three possible verdicts for a criminal trial "guilty", "not guilty" and "not proven" ... Both "not guilty" and "not proven" result in an acquittal with no possibility of retrial as opposed to England and Wales which use only the guilty and not ... the jury to determine factual issues one-by-one as "proven" or "not proven" ...
Lyonnais Dialect - Number of Speakers
... The Franco-Provençal dialect with the greatest population of active daily speakers is Valdôtain ... of all Aosta Valley residents claimed Franco-Provençal as their mother tongue ... reports that there are 70,000 Franco-Provençal speakers in Italy ...
Postulatism
... have no affinity, belief, nor disbelief in any higher power, as they can not be proven to or disproven to exist ... might argue for evolution, whereas a Postulist would argue that neither could be proven, and therefore both are insignificant ... as to whether a Postulist can fairly serve on a Jury due to their belief that nothing can be proven, and would be biased towards a not-guilty verdict ...
List Of Miscarriage Of Justice Cases - List of Cases - France
... After being imprisoned on Devil's Island, he was proven innocent with the assistance of Émile Zola and definitively rehabilitated only in 1906 ... In 2005, thirteen people were finally proven innocent of child molestation after having served four years in prison ... Only four people were proven guilty ...

Famous quotes containing the word proven:

    For a man who loves power, competition from the gods is annoying. I have done away with that. I have proven to these illusory gods that a man, if he has the will, can practice, without any apprenticeship, their ridiculous trade.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    If my theory of relativity is proven correct, Germany will claim me as a German and France will declare that I am a citizen of the world. Should my theory prove untrue, France will say that I am a German and Germany will declare that I am a Jew.
    Albert Einstein (1879–1955)

    Even if it were proven that God didn’t exist, Religion would still be Saintly and Divine.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)