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adduce - verb

To bring forward evidence in an argument; to cite as pertinent or even conclusive. As shown below, often used in legal proceedings:

President Clinton, through undersigned counsel, hereby moves the Court pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56(b) to enter judgment for him on all claims in plaintiff's First Amended Complaint. As fully demonstrated below and in the accompanying Memorandum and Exhibits, plaintiff has failed to adduce evidence showing the existence of essential elements of each of her claims. Therefore, President Clinton is entitled to judgment as a matter of law.

—Former President Clinton’s Motion for Summary Judgment Jones v. Clinton washingtonpost.com

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