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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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the West Midlands, 10 confirmed cases in Surrey and Sussex and 4 confirmed cases in Greater Manchester.
The virus has been confirmed in 66 countries and WHO said the death toll stood at 117.
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The number of confirmed places leapt over the quarter of a million mark for the first time as the overall A-Level pass rate rose to 96%.
Again, we reviewed the original pathology and confirmed that the first tumor had been a squamous cell carcinoma (figure 3).
The drilling so far has confirmed and enhanced previous diamond drilling by Noranda which outlined a mineable reserve of 187,475 tons at a grade of 1.
The polling data also confirmed that there is room for immediate growth of the program through underutilized OffPeak hours.
Confirmed ability to develop tools for the Windows environment
The Scottish patient was among 10 people hospitalized with the virus, out of 498 confirmed cases across Scotland and 1,261 in total across Britain.
Few studies have confirmed antibody-positive results by molecular methods, and data on HCV genotypes in Africans are limited.
According to the airline, seats will be confirmed for USD25 if space is available.
If the diagnosis is confirmed, Martin would be the third Californian to die this year of West Nile virus.