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  • noun Plural form of authentication.


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  • Moreover though some sort of verification seems often to be traceable even in Merovingian times, still the so called authentications which have been printed of this early date

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Adams's grandson, Matthew Adams, who heads the Ansel Adams Gallery in San Francisco, said he reviewed Norsigian's authentications last fall and thinks they're stretches.

    Alleged Adams negatives, bought at garage sale, in dispute

  • Gallery is fast, reliable, and has very granular authentications, so access can be restricted to certain users for certain “albums”.

    Archiving Digital Images from Film: My Approach

  • I wonder if they'd bother coming up with a user-initiated way to verify or create authentications for emailers that might not be on their verified list.

    Gmail Labs Adds Anti-Phishing Key | Lifehacker Australia

  • You need to go online to authenticate the game (nothing new there) and the game allows you to authenticate three times before having to call and ask permission for more authentications from EA (disclaimer: I'm taking this from the reviews, so if the information is incorrect, please post and let me know).

    September 2008

  • Kharl produced his credentials and authentications, then transferred one hundred golds from the drawing account into the residence account.


  • It is a case of too much and not enough in the treacherous transition from page to picture, and all with the best intentions and the most prodigious set constructions and locale authentications.

    The McCourts of Limerick: Lives Too Awful for the Screen

  • Leaders must coordinate call signs, frequencies, authentications, areas of possible employment, schedules of movement, and target numbers.

    FM 7-98 Chptr 2 - Support For Insurgency and Cntrinsrgncy

  • During the early Middle Ages seals of lead, or more properly "bulls", were in common use both in East and West, but except in the case of the papal chancery, these leaden authentications soon went out of favour in western Christendom and it became the universal practice to take the impressions in wax.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • The movement of letters was slow, that of officials even slower, and the delays in securing copies and authentications of the various documents were long and vexatious.

    The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte Vol. I. (of IV.)


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