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corroborating

(kŏr-ŏb′ō-rā-tĭng)
Confirming or supporting with evidence.
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In addition to noises at the scene, visual observations can help corroborate an anonymous call and establish the requisite basis for police action.
An auditor should consider whether investment activities corroborate or conflict with management's stated intent for an investment.
Hotel employees may corroborate further the informant's testimony and may be able to identify the defendants by viewing a "photo line-up.
We're still trying to corroborate the information that was relayed to us with the physical evidence,'' said Detective Jeff Leslie of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Homicide Bureau.
The findings corroborate other satellite studies of the Arctic's periphery, which show a decline in the area of ocean covered by sea ice.
The findings corroborate Japanese records of damage from a large tsunami that struck in the predawn hours of Jan.
After his arrest, police searched Love's car and home and discovered evidence to corroborate the victim's statements and information that led to additional victims of child molestation, police said.
If additional data corroborate this interpretation, Reynolds says, it could prove a milestone for probing the twisted, Alice-in-Wonderland world around black holes.
NASDAQ: CRIS), a therapeutic drug development company, today announced that there were a number of new reports presented at the current annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research that corroborate and expand our understanding of the linkage between abnormal Hedgehog pathway signaling and the development of various forms of cancer.
He said Tuesday he plans to call two witnesses today who will corroborate Kopy's claims that he had tape recordings of romantic conversations between his wife and Camarata.
The findings of this study corroborate much of the publicly available data from the initial item-level store pilot run by $50 billion retailer Tesco, a 2004 pilot which utilized the Intelligent Systems item-level technology.