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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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They believe that these hegemonic ideas are exclusionary, marginalize, confirmative and oppressive.
Upon receiving new details and confirmative dates; additional
Such investors are less intuitive and more confirmative in their decision making as they are neutral towards statement "I get unsure by the lingo of financial experts", "At the end of the day, I decide intuitively in financial affairs".
In fact, without confirmative lab results, a doctor is on shaky ground to make a diagnosis.
The HPE report was confirmative, showing the presence of normal rudimentary uterus, testis (not ovary, as we thought) showing germ cell atrophy (Sertoli cell only), normal epididymis and spermatic cord (vas deferens).
The facility is offering many preliminary and confirmative tests for HIV, including early detection screen 10 days post exposure.
Ecumenical work can fruitfully focus on plural accounts of God's presence, both communal and individual, both originative and confirmative.
Next, confirmative factor analysis (CFA) was used to empirically assess the construct validity of teacher pressure (four items), learning strategy (seven items) and the total measurement model.
However, the exact mechanism still needs to be investigated and further controlled studies with large series and longer study period are necessary for obtaining the confirmative conclusion.
Gross cystic disease fluid protein 15 (NeoMarkers, Fremont, California) (Figure 3, G) and androgen receptor (Dako) (Figure 3, H) showed positive reaction of tumor cells, confirmative of SDC.
In the later stages of interviewing, questions were based on the analysis of early information to find contradictory, confirmative and alternative examples.