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 @Brooks Barnard Honestly, had it not been in the headline, I probably wouldn't have said anything.

 

Third person present tense usage of the verb evidence:

He evidences himself to be a hard worker.http://www.verb2verbe.com/conjugation/english-verb/evidence.aspx 

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BTW...this is a very common error on the web, but then again, so is using loose instead of lose.

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lol!

Evidence is *an* uncountable...

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Evidence is uncountable noun, so the plural of evidence is evidence.  Evidences is a word, but it's the third person conjugation of the verb evidence.

 

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Evidences?  Really?

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