- v. Simple past tense and past participle of substantiate.
“More than 84 percent of UNAX investigations launched by TIGTA result in substantiated violations of the law, it said.”
“Much more substantiated is the fact that Hoover would wield elements of the FBI and other federal energy to control and subvert the civil rights of those he considered enemies and dangers to democracy.”
“Stiglitz and his numerous coauthors have time and again substantiated that economic models may be quite misleading if they disregard informational asymmetries.”
“To my way of thinking, the name substantiated the fear, and the fear produces the action.”
“Just one of the 320 complaints was 'substantiated' - an officer was convicted for driving without due care and attention while off duty.”
“I am skepticle of allegations against the Diebold machines; or if these rumors are substantiated, that is the reason why Bush won the election.”
“The audit, the result of tips to a state whistle-blower hot line, found eight instances of what Auditor Elaine Howle called substantiated allegations of improper governmental activities.”
“Only nine – less than 0.18% – were "substantiated" after an investigation by the force's complaints department, leading to renewed calls for greater transparency and accountability, as well as an "ethical audit" of all TSG officers.”
“He filed a complaint to BP's independent safety ombudsman, and a letter, seen by the Observer and dated April 2010, says that Abbott's claims were "substantiated".”
“This is a fairly reasonable version of the clause in that it specifies that the costs must arise out of a 'substantiated' claim.”
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