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confirm

verb To verify, rule in.

confirm

(kŏn-fĭrm′) [L. confirmare, to strengthen]
To show by repetition of a test (or with a complementary test) that a result initially obtained is accurate.
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On receipt, the taxpayer confirms lease approval and faxes a copy of the credit approval to the QI and the dealer.
Auditors should consider other auditing procedures when they do not confirm accounts receivable, especially when the balances are material.
To conserve samples we did not confirm positive results by RIBA but instead tested for virus in plasma by using a real-time reverse transcription (RT)-PCR assay for HCV RNA developed in our laboratory.
354, 355 and 356 adopt this characterization and confirm that the term "rights to acquire stock" has the same meaning as the term has in Secs.
They fear that if we confirm second graders we will lose them from further religious education classes.
Once agreement is reached with creditors and shareholders and the plan is approved, the debtor files a petition hoping the court will confirm its restructuring plan.