- v. present participle of verify.
- adj. serving to support or corroborate
“An employer presently has an enormously difficult task in verifying the immigration status of their employees.”
“However, we have been unable to to locate any information that would help us in verifying military service.”
“Here, the trader will make sure to note a touch by the session bodies rather than the wicks in verifying the formation as true.”
“You can find me bio on LinkedIn, my blog, or any number of places if you are interested in verifying me.”
“CrossRef has announced an agreement with iParadigms, LLC to launch the CrossCheck service to aid in verifying the originality of scholarly content.”
“It's just a small step in verifying whether or not their definitions are assuming their conclusions.”
“These claims interested us in verifying exactly how scientists were able to assert so confidently that the late 20th century was warmer than when the Vikings were farming Greenland (the Medieval Warm Period).”
“Now, I know you are all interested in verifying the above so let me give you some references:”
“They followed up with a phone call verifying my purchase and credit card information as well as giving valuable recommendations for accessories for my purchase.”
“Items which could have little if any use in verifying Mr. and Mrs. Harkat’s compliance with the terms and conditions of release were seized, for example CDs, diskettes, and aged agendas and the use of a currency dog where there was no prohibition relating to the possession of currency.”
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