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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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As a result, there are many plans that are confirmable, and each can have significantly different distributional consequences.
For example, the generalization "everything I see now is blue" is confirmable by my experience.
30)It is true, as well, that the most immediate or confirmable links to the ecclesiastical culture north of the Pyrenees fostered by Fernando involved southern France, namely the cult of San Antoninus (San Antolin), centered at Fredelas.
The quintessential scientist Cheik Anta Diop (Van Sertima, 1986; Wamba-dia-Wamba, 1991) in commenting on parapsychology pointed out that the reality of forces or energies typically discounted as psychic were not only empirically confirmable by theoretical physics, but also predicted by theoretical physics (Finch, 1998, chap.
1) What this means is that they assume that the plain sense of Scripture, rightly understood, should be confirmable by and harmonizable with--be in concord--rather than contradict the findings of modern science, correctly interpreted.
Although they are not directly confirmable on the basis of experience, as logical consequences of the theorems which are, they (indirectly) are, also, empirically confirmable.
To those gossip columnists who revel in advance buzz rather than confirmable foot, Taymor's Tempest is (comparatively speaking) a mere teapot, and Spider-Man is the true tempest--or at least the eye of a very big storm.
Jim Harbertson (both of whom were at the University of California, Davis, at the time) and followed the most current procedures to get confirmable data for our wines.
A qualitative researcher in the field of counseling who was not directly involved with this research conducted an independent audit of the research data and process to ensure that the procedures used were dependable and the findings confirmable (Lincoln & Guba, 1985).
However, unless the treatment of the Lenders is modified, the Plan (as modified to date) will not be confirmable absent acceptance by the Lenders, the only class of creditors that is impaired under the present iteration of the Plan," he left the window open for TRBP to amend the Plan to address the needs of the Lenders, and setting up a situation where veto power could be revoked.
Sometimes a president will adopt the Senate's view that a nomination is not confirmable and should be withdrawn.
The three vehicles, with their formulaic, transparent, transportable, confirmable qualities, are the means to fulfilling these tasks.