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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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Mike was rumoured for the cast just weeks ago, and on Friday morning the sports presenter was confirmed by his co-stars to be taking part.
The Speaker of the Assembly, Mr Abubakar Sulaiman, who confirmed the eligibility of the nominees to serve, after they were screened at business session, explained that confirming them became imperative to avoid a vacuum in the administration of the local governments.
Following the US State department's spokesperson, Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal confirmed PM Imran's visit to United States and said that formal announcement will be made at the appropriate time.
Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor asserted that a RM2 million cheque deposited into his Tadmansori Holdings Sdn Bhd's account in 2016 was a 'political donation', a senior executive confirmed during the former minister's trial.
Manchester, UK: July 14, 8am Venue: To be confirmed
ISLAMABAD -- Australian team has confirmed its participation in the fifth edition of the Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 to be hosted by Pakistan.
A spokesperson for the Coastguard confirmed they were informed about the incident at around 1.30pm, but confirmed they were not needed to assist with the detonation.
"Understanding of plain English usage would not hold that discovery has been confirmed if it is believed that an event may have occurred," he said.
St James's Palace declined to say how the long the honeymoon would be but confirmed that William had taken two weeks leave from operational duties.
The Health Protection Agency announced 18 new cases in England, all in the West Midlands, while the Scottish Government confirmed 23 new cases.
2 : to make firm or firmer (as in a habit, in faith, or in intention) : strengthen <The job at the shelter confirmed her intention to become a veterinarian.>
Attorneys can confirm that real estate documents (e.g.