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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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(3) Their work suggests four important areas to consider when verifying the accuracy of information: (i) authority, (ii) independent corroboration, (iii) plausibility and support, and (iv) presentation.
Even so, almost all of the points that are made can be applied generally to verifying the accuracy of information from any source.
The template breaks electronic records into their constituent parts, defines them, explains their purpose, and indicates to what extent they are instrumental in verifying authenticity.
Identification of the specific elements of electronic records that must be preserved over time and across technologies for the purpose of verifying authenticity cannot be linked to current record forms or applications because the technologies change.
* Develop tax audit procedures for verifying transactions, on a sample basis, from electronic source documents, through control total reporting to the tax accrual and reporting system and finally to the tax return.
A personal check is also a good source for address information, although it cannot be used for verifying an applicant's identity.
The proposed standard specifies a particular mathematical procedure for creating and verifying a digital signature.
(https://www.fastcompany.com/40514426/twitter-has-quietly-started-verifying-users-again) Fast Company  reported Monday that Twitter is quietly verifying users again.
Sources said the ECP asked Higher Education Commission (HEC) to complete the process of verifying the graduation degrees of parliamentarians rather Matric and Intermediate.
* Verifying that the overall structure of the enclosure is sufficiently rigid and soundly constructed
Twitter has decided to open up its secretive process of verifying profiles and accept applications from everybody - if you're "of public interest," that is.
Iterative testing involves executing the application using the test database and verifying the results to ensure the application is working as designed.