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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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Frankie Gallagher, of the Ulster Political Research Group, read a UDA statement which said: "The leadership can confirm that all weaponry under its control has been put verifiably beyond use."
According to him, the MI6 had written a footnote on the page of an intelligence report sent to Downing Street stating that the claim was "verifiably inaccurate".
Verifiably unemployed citizens who register at www.kmart.com/ smartassist receive a nontransferable Kmart Smart Assist Savings Card, which is valid for up to six months.
It was stripped down but still verifiably Japanese, with rectangular door and window frames.
On the question of Iran's nuclear program, Bush stressed it is important for the country to listen to ''the just demands of the world to verifiably suspend its (uranium) enrichment program.''
Meanwhile, the facts speak for themselves: The verifiably oldest person, the Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment, died in 1997 at age 122, and no one is close to breaking her record.--Nathan Seppa Yale Univ.
"Now's the time for all of us to work together to stop them." The US president dismissed talk of divisions between hardline Washington and Europe, which plans a new package of diplomatic and economic incentives if Iran will verifiably halt uranium enrichment.
The firm would have to demonstrate that odorous wallboard, which contains gypsum, can be effectively and verifiably removed from the mix of material.
Acknowledging that no narrative can now be verifiably identified as virgin oral free of literate taint, scholars of English literature assert that nevertheless there were oral practices in the early modern period, mostly associated with women.
Bodog will be tough graders: "Silvio must verifiably wake up before the end of the June 10th episode for 'yes' to have action.
Most significantly, the president went on to say: "I hereby waive the requirement in Section 565(b) to certify" that Pyongyang was abiding by the Agreed Framework, i.e., that North Korea was verifiably complying with its promises to end its nuclear weapons program, eliminate its ballistic missile threat and stop further ballistic missile technology imports.
SS: All of our efforts are geared towards the end-consumer's demand for higher quality food and, in some instances, verifiably higher quality.

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