from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of verify; one who verifies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, verifies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which verifies, or proves or makes appear to be true.
- n. A device for estimating the richness of gas.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement
She called the verifier again, got through, and this time actually did clear the line when requested.
Just to let you know, I am sorry about having to add word verifier to comments but I get hit with 50+ spam messages yesterday through the whole blog.
Digi-Box will focus on distribution of Aurora, DCA's file-based stream verifier, which is used for content certification at broadcast, post-production and authoring facilities.
I still think that running one of the files through tag verifier is worth trying.
- sazzryho (from the word verifier) 2/23/2006 09: 01: 00 AM
The VerifiedVoting. org site contains maps of states and their legislated changes, states requiring mandatory manual audits, and the "verifier" map that includes machines specific to each state.
It is no great wonder that the most professedly "progressive" administration in many years should be doubling down on the technocratic tendencies of George W. Bush's No Child Left Behind: with its obsession with testing as the verifier of educational success, this reform provides an altar for a managerial elite to engage in a worship of statistics.
In a former incarnation it was deemed necessary for me to qualify as NVQ assessor/verifier/adviser/BS dispenser.
I've read about hooded peeps reducing glare, and one which accepts a verifier lens to keep pins in focus.
WHERE REPUBLICANS GO TO BANK - And, sadly, it doesn't contain a mile-deep, steel-reinforced safe, access to which is granted only after Mitt Romney passes a retinal scan, a hand print verifier, a voice identification test and then traverses a narrow pedestrian bridge that -- thanks to an electromagnetic system much too complicated to explain here -- extends itself across as Romney walks it.
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