|näyttö englanniksi||clue, discovery, monitor, evidence, display|
*: she had even had in the past a small smug conviction that in the domestic labyrinth she always kept the clue.
: The crossword compiler wasnt sure how to clue the word "should".
: Smith, clue Jones in on whats been happening.
: This latest discovery should eventually lead to much better treatments for disease.
: The purpose of the voyage was discovery.
: automatic discovery of RSS feeds by a Web browser
*: Don Huberto actually fell in love with his kinswoman, and had presumption enough to declare his passion ... The lady being a woman of discretion, instead of making a discovery, which might have been attended with melancholy consequences, reprimanded her relation with gentleness ...
: The prosecution moved to suppress certain items turned up during discovery.
: The defense argued that the plaintiffs discovery was inadequate.
: The camp monitors look after the children during the night, when the teachers are asleep.
*: And oft, mild friend, to me thou art
*: A monitor, though still;
*: Thou speakst a lesson to my heart,
*: Beyond the preachers skill.
: The information flashed up on the monitor.
: a machine code monitor
*: So, as she did not like the masters to be prying about the play-ground out of school, she chose from among the biggest and most trustworthy of her pupils five monitors, who had authority over the rest of the Boys, and kept the unruly ones in order.
*: But it was not so—at least, not always—for though they fell out among themselves, they united their forces against the common enemy—the monitors!
*: You need not be a monitor to the king.
*: Monitoring refers to keeping a watch over patients to ensure that they are practising what they have learnt about disability prevention correctly.
*: During July 1989-February 1990 ambient SO2, was monitored using a mobile station in the residential-commercial neighborhood of Copacabana.
*: A wide-area distributed system such as a Grid requires that a broad range of data be monitored and collected for a variety of tasks such as fault detection and performance monitoring, analysis, prediction and tuning.
*: In our reasonings concerning matter of fact, there are all imaginable degrees of assurance, from the highest certainty to the lowest species of moral evidence. A wise man, therefore, proportions his belief to the evidence.
: ux|en|There is no evidence that anyone was here earlier.
*: infamous and perjured evidences
: She was furious, as evidenced by her slamming the door.
*: The wearie Traueiler, wandring that way, / Therein did often quench his thristy heat, / And then by it his wearie limbes display, / Whiles creeping slomber made him to forget / His former paine [...].
*: And from his seat took pleasure to display / The city so adorned with towers.