# Use "prove" em uma frase

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1. something you can’t prove whether it is working or not

2. Your labs can do x-rays, you can prove it

3. You will have to go a very, very long way to prove me wrong on

4. prove that there is no good in you at all

5. Deut: 33:8: And of Levi he said, Let thy Thummim and thy Urim be with thy holy one, whom thou didst prove at

6. to humble thee, and to prove thee, to know what was in

7. what He gave you, and prove to Him that you are a good

8. the time to prove to Him how much you love and

9. but I can't prove I went over to the coast and not down to Bridgwater? What if no-one remembers seeing me? Fighting down the panic this thought sets off, I try to find of something safer to think about

10. and yes, I can't prove I wasn't here that evening

11. But of course, this is not easy to prove in the court of law since substantial evidence would be needed to back such a claim

12. "All I know is Ava's word that it's valuable and the money she sent me tends to prove it

13. But this young detective Melinda Casey might prove an exception to the rule

14. The trouble is he can’t prove it

15. "Not explicitly, and even if I had I wouldn't have been able to prove it

16. And we now know God can't prove whether or not he's in a virtual environment unless he hacks his way out

17. Probably, deep inside I feel they are hostile to me, and I wish I could prove my worth to them

18. “They are losers, who stupidly make do with 140,000 drachmas a month; they are cyphers, all of them!” she cries pompously and goes on with an air of profundity: “A businessman wants to earn as much as possible, this is natural! He will pay you as little as he can, unless you prove to him you deserve to be given something more!” … “A clever businessman will hire a secretary who will work for him for a month or so ''on trial'', then he will tell her she is incompetent and he will fire her without paying her a dime; then he will hire another stupid chick who will work for him for another month without payment, then another one will take her place, and so on, until he finds the one who will satisfy him fully” harangues Diana, showing her admiration for bosses

19. Any investment you make will prove to be wrong because right investments are costly

20. Moreover, it will prove to be a money pit

21. We are going to restore millions and my last warning to you is that you are to stand ancient laws and make new ones which will be just and firm behind us so that we can prove to the world that when noble

22. Was he really going to let a naked savage goad him into acting like this? Was this the only way he could get her to understand they knew better? What was he trying to prove now, that we are humans just looking for our offspring? Just like you but with a different vehicle? Here in the android he felt less biological than he did in his own space

23. Did he want to be the one to prove that was true?

24. ‘You couldn’t have said anything better to prove that you were Joris’s soul mate

25. That's something that would prove his memories were real and not a drug dream

26. ‘Do you really think it’s sensible to take JJ with you?’ he asked, aware that seeing JJ in her house might well prove a hurdle too far for her

27. "I wish to do everything I can to prove and nurture your love for me

28. To prove that this concoction kills dogs?

29. But maybe you can give me a chance to prove to you just how much I care

30. “As if prove is needed we have 2 folk, no they are not folk, the

31. Jodechians, but I will prove today that they have been nothing

32. Indeed I will also prove that it is the fault of these 2 people that

33. Jake, we have begun this day what may prove to be the salvation of the world

34. Unfortunately, it is hard to prove if these compounds can

35. "Until we can prove this visitor is not one of ours returning, the Instinct prevents us taking any such action

36. Maybe a couple of nights on the way back might indeed prove interesting

37. It would prove to be a very good idea

38. ‘But what if he refuses to believe us? After all, how do we prove that we went through the ceremony?’

39. What is wrong with eating raw sugar, whole wheat flour products, and unpolished rice? They may prove somewhat dearer but who in his right mind would try to economize on good food? And in the case of raw sugar be careful that you are not buying refined sugar that has simply been coloured brown

40. They would prove to be very strong in their loyalty, and in battle

41. It might prove to be a boon that they will be able to converse with the former inhabitants on their same level, just a little something to think about Jake

42. This could prove to be a highly stressful and volatile situation

43. No, we won’t believe a word of it unless the fruit dealer can prove it in writing”

44. And prove it he could

45. "Sir, once again, I can't prove what I have, I need more data

46. I stood transfixed in sadness as it all fell into place and saw everything she'd tried to prove, had lived for, had turned to dust and rust

47. She thought only a second then said, "I was encapsulated, the entertainment I was presented doesn’t mean anything until we run a test to prove whether the entertainment is possible, or fiction

48. This review stage can strengthen community support, which may prove instrumental once your charter is ready for formal submission

49. And yes, I have eyes to see too; but there is no way to prove any of it

50. We cannot prove that we are not a simulation in the mind of a Pronna or some being like that, much less the mind of God

1. It was proved by scientific research

2. The cancer proved stronger than

3. Smith thought, and in thinking proved Descartes right, and therein lay a

4. when words and gestures like his own proved futile, the Barcs finally turned on

5. He seemed to be a polite, nice guy; the three of us discussed various subjects and he proved to be an interesting person; he has sympathy with metaphysics too: he used to carry out astral projections but for some strange reason he can't anymore; yet, he can still see people's auras, he said

6. Let me explain: After one and a half month of inaction, we finally carried out a telepathy experiment which “of course” proved to be a flop! Not even one of us managed to make a close guess of the object placed on the reception table

7. It proved to be a fiasco: as usual, the guru monopolized all conversations, emphasizing that he is in total control of our lives now and that he knows exactly what we are doing every moment

8. As for the rest, the week in Amarynthos has proved to be really boring, since we've spent most of our time playing cards or chatting with the old crocks

9. Our morning visit to the Diros Caves proved to be very interesting: It consisted of a 30-minute boat ride and a 15-minute walk to the exit

10. Strangely enough, this time it proved to be quite easy for me to dodge the thick azure beams as his marksmanship seemed to have waned a little -maybe because he was still dizzy

11. Smith thought, and in thinking proved Descartes right, and therein lay a problem

12. Karalintze, Reading between the lines of your message, I gather that your little task has proved to be more challenging than anticipated

13. When the courts and the assemblies failed them, when words and gestures like his own proved futile, the Barcs finally turned on friend and foe alike

14. The old cellar proved to be the perfect place to hide

15. He had augmented his mind enough to follow the math that proved that motion was not possible without energy input, a large energy input

16. That sugar, in the last analysis, can cause serious malnutrition is proved by the fact that although like alcohol, it is a quick source of energy the effects do not last and as the body becomes more and more dependent on these ‘quick lifts’ it becomes less inclined to eat nourishing food

17. I’ve spent most of the morning here in my office trying to put together a report for the partners on progress with the move which, as I’m still waiting for various people to get back to me on some of the aspects, this has proved a trying exercise and I’m totally pissed off with it

18. They al1 proved to be remarkable children who could speak telepathically to dragons and humans alike

19. Jonathan’s dragon proved to be Zao-Ting, Giver of Laws, Seventh of the Ancients

20. The fact that Ava was now enthusiastic about the discoveries proved that she was only looking for a way out and had used his dedication to this research as an excuse

21. "What we have proved," Darryl said, "is that we can entangle a logical simulation of a fourth order condensate

22. Testing the device proved to be the problem, they'd left the androids behind at 61 Cygni since they wouldn't be seeding that planet

23. The situation could have gotten nasty; but her faith in Altera once again proved to be well founded

24. emotion of panic proved to be the reason behind his

25. research that proved beyond a doubt that there were

26. In that, BeH has proved to be a really useful resource, something you definitely want in your bookmarks bar

27. We had blood tests done and they proved it beyond a doubt

28. “It is Ogatu Law concerning a Lord Holder; he must be proved to be a betrayer to the Queen and Aura

29. She had wondered if it was still allowed, this proved that it was

30. proved to be a natural on the goggle box, with his old world charm

31. They proved their worth that day and took out half of the Scather force

32. Getting that out of there proved to be a problem

33. I bet she proved him wrong! If only to make her point

34. Titania proved to have a good sense for horsemanship

35. ” Now he wondered if he had proved Tahlmute knew Tdeshi, or proved that Kemberra was too agile under questioning to be caught in a simple change-of-subject trap

36. The old lady at the bed and breakfast has proved to be no better nor worse than the average witness

37. Harry proved a most excellent guide to Chloe and Kaitlyn's constant delight

38. proved too much for her to handle, and instead of punishing him, she chose to look

39. the floor proved just how scared the man had been

40. had killed Sandini - if it proved that the Apothecary was

41. proved holy through you before their

42. enemies, I will be proved holy

43. They proved his

44. He proved they weren’t

45. fury and frustration, but the effort proved too great

46. What I am trying to say is you are capable of completing any job for the network with Debra or without Debra! I proved that she can be split from you, but you still managed to access the power!’

47. ” She touched him in a way that proved it wasn’t the yaag

48. morning, and still their search proved fruitless

49. Over the next few weeks he proved that part of me wrong

50. She spent her duty hours that day trying to think of a plan to use the mail channel to get control of the avatar thru the diagnostic port, but proved it would not be fast enough at this distance

1. How you react on that proves how upright

2. Soon Helen proves to be boring and insecure, as she barely has anything to say; in fact, every word has to be screwed out of her

3. The lama proves to be quite agreeable and interesting, he answers all questions carefully and diplomatically, he surely knows how to win his audience over to his views

4. The plot of the film proves to be very similar to the plot of my dream

5. As for the rest, we spend our afternoons strolling around the city, which proves to be not so exciting

6. If it proves to be so, why is it so far inland? Why not out on the coast?”

7. my structure, my reaction proves nothing

8. proves what exactly? That science is applied

9. "We could build missiles again, we have to use crystal instead of titanium, but we could do that," the unnamed one admitted, "If this visitor proves hostile we may have to do that to defend ourselves

10. You could give a placebo pill to someone with an affliction and they might get better, which proves they were being fooled in the first place

11. Virtuality theory proves it is impossible to really know which of those is right

12. desirable answers; however it also proves that it is not a hopeless cause, and that building a

13. I think it proves there’s a loving God more than anything

14. It proves faith and loyalty

15. ‘I’ve felt all along that she had a tremendous sense of humour … that, I think, proves it

16. Once he proves himself, he’ll be happy

17. ‘That proves his family’s illiterate all right,’ she thought

18. information proves to be accurate, then I think there’s

19. “She proves you shouldn’t worry so much about yourself

20. proves could be vindicated by divinity (faith)”

21. That reason finally proves the fall into disgrace of the

22. History proves it has not

23. But even then, nothing we can do proves fatal

24. a copper wire, which proves that their ancestors

25. some diggings and found out nothing, which proves

26. claim contrary to this, but when questioned in more detail it soon proves

27. explains the huge number of deeds and proves

28. Or if that proves impossible, we must seek another place

29. It proves my point about the folly of a female scribe

30. Parliament, which proves that, at the previous

31. “That just proves everything has its pros and cons

32. contempt, which proves that we (believers) will live forever and still feel

33. This proves my theory

34. It must have taken a lot of guts and it proves to me that you love me as much as I love you

35. This devil proves nothing

36. Well, that proves that we’re on another planet doesn’t it?” And with that he wandered off, giggling to himself

37. Proves that she is of Legion stock

38. That just proves the pervasive societal

39. ‘That PROVES his guilt,’ said the Queen

40. ‘It proves nothing of the sort!’ said Alice

41. If we are considering the Bible to be a book that was inspired by God, what would we expect to see in it that proves to us that this document actually did originate from outside our realm of time-space? Would it be possible to compare the complexity of design in the Bible to that which is found within DNA? Can we prove that the Person who designed it, did it with immaculate precision; even though many people, from diverse backgrounds who in most cases, did not even live in the same time period, were involved? Can we prove that the Bible in its entirety was not the work of men, but that people were used in its construction and that these men were inspired to write the words and sentences that they did?

42. E: -- Having the ELS wrap the Old Testament 9 times extracting 12 letters from the text in each pass, proves and confirms that the entire Old Testament is word-for-word and letter-for-letter exactly what it was designed to be and that not a letter was lost or misplaced over the ages

43. proves his apostleship so that the Corinthians would

44. my head off which basically fucking proves it hey!” Peter wouldn’t

45. Exception That Proves the Rule, n

46. It proves that one man can make a significant difference in the direction of a nation

47. A few times we forgot about the surfer, and accelerated to our normal top speed in which case he held on for dear life and never fell off (which proves that falling off was long haired liberal tendencies to start with)

48. The most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted proves that less

49. Even prosecuting them after they leave office proves difficult

50. This just proves that he was indeed done in

1. and I think the Inspector feels much the same way, but proving it might be difficult

2. Medfly eradication efforts are proving to be a great waste of energy and money

3. ‘I’m 100% sure I know who it is, but getting the evidence is proving difficult

4. That he is pleased with his CD is very clear, and he immediately starts looking through the book, following me into the kitchen and reading out bits to me as I carry on with my turkey checking … Christmas is proving successful so far

5. ’ She said slowly, the Earth names for days proving elusive

6. At that time the family name was long and impressive; D’Agouteville perhaps or Cholmondley-Warner or some such thing, but, as with all families, the generations followed one after another, proving more or less that sons and daughters inherit a mixed bag of genes and ancestral memory

7. He kissed her on the lips as she slept, proving, despite his newfound wealth and status, that he was a romantic old thing at heart

8. She usually started by proving to the guy how much worse he could have it

9. It is an aberration in medical terms, but proving to

10. It’s proving to be a very difficult problem, not least because anything bulky would be difficult to transport to Italy

11. Oh dear, letting the cottage is proving more difficult than I thought

12. biology proving that everything is energy and that it

13. all families, the generations followed one after another, proving

14. lips as she slept, proving, despite his newfound wealth and status,

15. When Boras took the throne, it would be for a very short time; Matai planned on killing him and exposing his devious plans, thus proving his loyalty to Aura

16. Mickey nodded as though he understood every word and Ozzie interpolated a phrase here and there as though proving that he too understood

17. We cannot prove we are real, and if we believe in the supernatural, we have an even harder time proving we are real

18. it would be a good proving ground for the lad and lasses to be on their own for a week or two in preparation for their imminent nest-leaving

19. 'Good luck proving it

20. It was proving to be a

21. The position of apprentice it seemed was more a proving ground for an individual's dedication and perseverance, than a refinement of talents and skills

22. ‘I’ll wait for your coffee,’ she offered, proving that

23. For the most part, they had cleared the walkway of the abominations, but a few of them were proving more difficult to be rid of

24. Unfortunately, his solution is a naïve one, proving once

25. appearing of the lie? Here is a proof proving that the

26. The actions of the undead were proving to be highly intelligent

27. Proving its ancient age stands the famous statue

28. “The accused isn’t responsible for proving who else might have done this,” said Theoton

29. proving that the Athenians esteem them in

30. buildings in Greek style, proving the

31. manufactured in France, proving in this form

32. It was proving more difficult than he had anticipated

33. Why was she proving such an enigma, even for him and all of his wit? It frustrated him to no end

34. You fool, there is no way of proving that God exists

35. This evening, so far proving to be much as any other, Mr Snickerty drew his fob from his waistcoat pocket and noted, with some satisfaction, that it was precisely just about nearly eight

36. Capoeira became the national sport of Brazil, proving that just about everyone in

37. And, if she was honest, she could admit she was more than a little interested in proving her innocence

38. From what I’ve seen this thing hasn’t offered up any useful information, has failed to prove that it is what it claims to be and is proving to be a big distraction

39. Proving the validity of the information contained in the book, which relates to our physical world in the present day, as well as to historic events and other aspects, which can be analysed conclusively; we will have a solid foundation from where we can also relate to the information relating to situations, which we cannot validate

40. Do we however have evidence of this today? If we accept that there once was a large body of water trapped somewhere under the Earth’s crust or inside the mantle, would we have some way of proving that it ever existed?

41. those allotted to your charge, but proving to be examples to

42. Trust from Frank Booker was not in Sheena’s lexicon and it was proving hard for her to readjust to the fast-moving events of the past few days

43. It is mostly obsolete now and they will have a terrible time in proving that to the court

44. Then William showed up, both proving the real definition of “different worlds” and illustrating the fragility of anyone’s existence

45. Well, I seemed to be good with long odds—my chance of developing the type of leukemia I had was one in tens of thousands, my chance for the alemtuzumab proving ineffective one in ten of that

46. Proving that bigots do not have the best grasp of other cultures, they also imprisoned many people they mistook for Germans and Austro-Hungarians: Greeks, Dutch, French, Belgians, Ukrainians, Polish, Serbs, and Italians

47. They didn’t have a prayer of proving his involvement—even though there were many who would instantly know that he was the plan’s mastermind

48. “It will be another half hour before they’re ready for the proving

49. “If one of my people was subverted, the proving will reveal it

50. “They’re here for the proving,” Dorian said quietly, keeping his distance from me