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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of verify.
- adj. Subject to positive verification
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. proved to be true
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The truth which can easily be verified is that the Republican majority deregulated banks so that the very wealthy could become very much wealthier.
Recently this was verified from a mutual aquaintan | Field & Stream
Recently this was verified from a mutual aquaintance although no details were mentioned.
Personal and/or anecdotal information that cannot be verified is meaningless on line … try again.
For example, one important reported claim that I would like verified is this one:
Readers offered many helpful work-around solutions after a recent column about PayPal and its annoying demand that customers be "verified" - by handing over their bank account information
The story of what they’re all made of, and how they’re periodically compared and verified, is pretty cool.
What is starting to develop is a cohesive currency of information, tested and verified, that is flattening our ability to achieve power plurality with our leaders.
There's a very simple institutional technology which can transform that, and it's called verified auctions.
History will write that Karl Rove was a man who politicized 9/11; helped to take us to war in Iraq so his boss could be re-elected; a man who helped to violate national security in order to settle a political vendetta; and a man whose nickname verified that our 43rd president has uttered the fecal euphemism "turd" hundreds of times.
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