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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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Lilly might have had a confirmable, objective ailment, if not quite a disease, to tap into.
Rodents (or their excrement) could be the source for water contamination, but this hypothesis is not confirmable because of the lack of later rodent isolates for comparison.
Detailed documentation of coding decisions and personal reflections about data were maintained as an "audit trail," which is one approach for ensuring that conclusions remain objective and confirmable by others [52].
According to University of Maryland Professor Paul Herrnson, director of the Center for American Politics and Citizenship, "Good opposition research uncovers questionable issues that are confirmable and raises issues that tie into a central part of the candidate's image.
The Company and its financial advisors believe that absent a confirmable, stand alone plan of reorganization, a sale of the Company in multiple transactions is the best alternative to maximize the recovery to stakeholders.
Each water sample gathered for testing is analyzed by independent laboratories to ensure accurate and confirmable results.
Addresses that do not have confirmable delivery point information will no longer be eligible for postal discounts.
These results were achieved just two months post treatment, a significant improvement in the time to confirmable results as compared to other therapies.
Standards would provide manufacturers with a rigorous scientific process for responsibly commercializing non-lethal technologies, as well as require manufactures to verify safety claims with impartial and confirmable scientific data," said Dr.
BULLETIN BOARD: ACKHQ) today announced that Wednesday, February 23rd, Judge Robreno issued a ruling finding that the AWI Plan of Reorganization was not confirmable.
Although "small" note holders voted to reject the plan, the Company believes that the plan is nevertheless confirmable and will seek bankruptcy court confirmation.
He added that the court's opinion did indicate that a framework for a confirmable plan exists and suggested that the parties explore possible amendments to the WCI plan as a means to that end.