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(ver′ĭ-fī″) [L. verificare, to establish the truth]
To confirm the accuracy of a report, a laboratory test, or an evaluation.
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Interestingly, however, the moral obligation to inform is extended 'if applicable' to 'other States with a verifiable link, especially a cultural, historical or archaeological link, with respect to the discovery of such identifiable State vessels and aircraft'.
The P5+1 is engaged in negotiations with Iran that offer "the possibility of a verifiable diplomatic agreement that will prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon," Carney said.
There is consensus among the five parties that the verifiable denuclearization of the Korean peninsula remains the core objective and essential goal of our engagement with North Korea," Kelly said.
do not address is the social value of introducing verifiable information into a market where a controversial product is for sale.
Hanish says that as we move down the path toward fair value accounting, "it makes it more difficult to step back and truly say these numbers are verifiable and auditable," and that he doesn't believe the auditing standards have kept pace with the FASB's direction around fair value accounting.
The only facts that are discernible and verifiable are the fact that Trudeau fathered an illegitimate daughter by a Newfoundland woman lawyer, Ms.
Later observers show a more benign judgment, the last seeing them as having impact that may be verifiable by scientific scrutiny.
A simple color-coding of different types of speech (silver = verifiable facts, black = demands and orders, white = important truths that are left out, red = emotionally angry speech, brown = plain old B.
Amendments to IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement--The Fair Value Option proposes restricting that valuation to financial assets and liabilities in any of five specific categories and with a verifiable fair value; comments are due July 21.
Because Agilent's CCSM tracks and analyzes every call transaction in real time, service providers can now know the actual QoS experienced by a particular customer and prove the delivered QoS based on verifiable SLAs.
2) We classify these realignment reasons into two types of disclosures: verifiable and non-verifiable realignment reasons.
In other words, some information is verifiable and some information is not.