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credibility

The extent to which a researcher’s findings are compatible with data and conclusions extant in the scientific community. Credibility is a criterion for determining the “quality” or “trustworthiness” of qualitative research.
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"It cannot simply be this notion that we must have the backstop removed and we'll solve this problem in the future negotiations, without any credible way of doing that.
The price per CHESS Depositary Interests of USD AUD 2.21 in cash represents a 31% premium to Credible's closing price on the day prior to Fox's initial May 29 proposal.
"Credible, which has tremendous synergy with core brands such as FOX Business and FOX Television Stations and will benefit from our audience reach and scale, will drive strategic growth, further develop our brand verticals and deepen consumer relationships," Fox CEO and Chairman Lachlan Murdoch said in a statement.
He said people who should be entrusted with conducting the election process should be credible and of good character.
"We want reforms based on data, on credible analyses from credible institutions.
The administration has said the basis of the "matrix" was credible but has yet to present proof to substantiate the accusations against people tagged in the plot more thana month after the claim first came out.
Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo maintained that were plots to unseat the President, but these were not credible because they did not have the support of the military.
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The statement read in part: 'Foreign interests are, therefore, enjoined to be mindful of interfering in our national internal affairs, especially when there is no credible evidence.
We advise Nigerians and the general public to give INEC the needed support that it requires to carry out a credible election.
CNBC Today says that the company uses location data and the IP address of credible threats and then trackstheir movements.