- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of authenticate.
“One of my customers gave me a review on Google Local, which I'll also try to encourage as it maybe "authenticates" the testimony - don't know if getting Google reviews also helps with prominence within the Local listings or with rankings?”
“NCR, based in Duluth, Ga., has introduced an ATM in Brazil that authenticates customers by identifying the vein patterns in their palm.”
“At least it, like, totally authenticates his Liddell costume?”
“A wrong name might not be a deal-breaker, but it may well stop you from taking off until the TSA authenticates your identity.”
“Attackers who breached Google Inc. 's systems last year gained access to computer code for the software that authenticates users of Google's email, calendar and other online programs, according to a person familiar with the matter.”
“This report authenticates not only the generosity of the American individual, but the great responsibility they carry to help organizations and nonprofits sustain and grow their operations.”
“Rainer Hosch Diana Widmaier Picasso But in many ways, the artist still holds sway: Maya Widmaier, who lives in France, still authenticates Picasso's artworks, while Ms. Widmaier Picasso is a scholar who specialized in Old Master drawings before switching gears eight years ago to begin compiling an official notated catalog of Picasso's sculptures.”
“So your driver's license we both use as a credential for proving who we are and our ages, but it also authenticates us and gives us permission to drive.”
“It authenticates end users, which is usually a directory function.”
“Just as the lonesome call of the loon authenticates the Canadian wilderness, unanswered questions are reliable markers for genuine faith.”
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