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verify

(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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Open all manholes, spill buckets, dispensers, and piping sumps to verify compliance.
In addition, I argue that information professionals can and should use some further important techniques to make it easier for people to verify the accuracy of information.
Biometric methods authenticate who has access to specific records and verify identities of both parties during the transaction.
Because F314 constitutes SQC, the state survey agency will require a PoC and must perform a revisit to verify compliance.
Advanced Mail List Verify does not actually send your messages.
The new automatic transmission RTM, the first of its kind in the industry, complements conventional static test machines that also help verify seal design and performance.
They concluded that the government could reliably verify that people are who they say they are.
If so, verify. "We find 60% of all fraud happens the first two weeks after an account is opened," says Hurst.
Now the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Md., has issued a proposal for a digital signature standard, which allows recipients of electronically transmitted information to verify the sender's identity and the data's integrity.
Facebook and Instagram have not taken any measures to verify or "unverify" accounts of people involved in the political events in Venezuela.
Using a facial photo and other information specific to an individual to verify employment eligibility
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 8, 2017-OPTEL acquires Verify Brand for an undisclosed amount to set the stage for end-to-end traceability