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probative (prō´bətiv),

adj in the law of evidence, tending to prove or actually proving.
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The clear standard set by Rule 404(b), and explained in the comments thereto, illustrates that character evidence is particularly dangerous because it distracts attention from probatively valuable evidence.
86) The Court identified three factors which it said must be probatively shown to sustain a claim of vote dilution of a racist bloc.
In any case, the sexualised conduct itself may be probatively problematic because a woman in a non-traditional workplace may not necessarily be `offended, humiliated or intimidated' by the harassing acts.