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val·id

(val'id),
Effective; producing the desired result; verifiably correct.
[L. valeo, to be strong]

valid

adjective
(1) Sound; competent; sensible.
(2) Well-grounded on available evidence.
(3) Able to withstand criticism or objection.

valid

(văl′ĭd) [L. validus, strong]
Producing the desired effect; correct.

val·id

(val'id)
Effective; producing desired result; verifiably correct.
[L. valeo, to be strong]
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Chinese airlines plying the Taipei-Shanghai route, however, have yet to make corresponding cut on ticket prices, whose promotional rate, excluding tax, now reach NT$12,810 for tickets valid for 14 days and NT$14,936 for tickets valid for one month.
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Karl James Bailes, aged 27, of Charterhouse Road, Stoke, Coventry, keeping a vehicle on a public road without a valid vehicle licence, fined pounds 175.
They retained and even strengthened their focus upon the only valid patriotism, the City of God.
Another Cedillo bill that is still pending in the Legislature would specifically exempt illegal immigrants from the impound requirements, without needing the vehicle's owner to present a valid license.
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AND, STATISTICALLY, BOTH RESULTS ARE EQUALLY VALID.
Page 43 of the EIC worksheet for 2000 defines a valid SSN--for purposes of taking the EIC--as a number issued by the Social Security Administration to a U.
Round trips only valid for foot passengers going out and returning on same ship without disembarking in Calais.