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    Early evidence

    Hi

    The early evidence seems to be that ....

    Does "early evidence" mean "first evidence"?

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    Re: Early evidence

    Hi Guest2008.

    Yes, it could be understood like that.

    Early evidence refers to pieces of evidence discovered or obtained before others, and in this sense it could be interpreted or expressed as first evidence.
    José Manuel Rosón Bravo

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