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(ver′ĭ-fī″) [L. verificare, to establish the truth]
To confirm the accuracy of a report, a laboratory test, or an evaluation.
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(i) Aiming for securely performing Type I computation outsourcing, we put forward a scalable public verifiable outsourcing computation protocol in marine mobile computing, namely, SV-OC.
"By raising additional funding, we will be able to make this technology available to more professionals in other fields where verifiable video footage for evidential purposes is essential."
However, Shoaib added, PIA are still in pursuit of the case and say the passenger will be compensated as per corporation's rule if any verifiable evidence is found in respect to Mr.
Unique for a field-transportable isotope ratio instrument, the Delta Ray system contains an integrated Universal Reference Interface (URI) that provides scientists with fully automated referencing and calibration for verifiable measurements,
Other media, such as direct mail, emails, print, and websites could use past results that were objectively verifiable, omitted no material facts, and used appropriate disclaimers.
But it has to be swift, it has to be real, it has to be verifiable. It cannot be a delaying tactic," Kerry told the panel.
The North Korean government is called on to disarm in a way that's irreversible and verifiable.
Innovation in refrigeration control technologies is serving as the workhorse in delivering verifiable kilowatt-hour savings by safely cycling evaporator fans, controlling door heaters and other related equipment.
Referring to two Commission follow-up reports, they note that "in most cases, the achievements are neither comparable from one company to another nor measurable or easily verifiable".
Verifiable standard lacking "Government entities are beginning to enact carbon taxes now.
So Save a Torah, a Rockville, Maryland-based nonprofit which restores scrolls and had authenticated this particular one, struck a deal with local authorities only to authenticate Torahs "if there is documentation or an independent verifiable witness to such history." It added: "In the absence of such independent verifiable proof, there will be no discussion of the circumstances under which the Torah was rescued."