Definitions

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  • adjective Able to be checked or verified.

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Examples

  • The SEC, he said, "has no discretion-none-to fail to follow up, with serious investigations, when presented with knowledgeable, detailed, obviously highly competent, and in many respects easily 'checkable' allegations of … a huge fraud that is fooling thousands of people, stealing billions of dollars, and causing horrible injustice."

    News Dissector Blog

  • Also, always bring the stash back personally (and in an easily checkable spot) as our truck driver was once held up a whole day at one of the military check points while they emptied the whole truck looking for whatever they thought was being hidden by the smell of the coffee.

    Page 2

  • Such claims were, of course, not checkable by the media or the American public, as they relied on highly classified intelligence, and, in any event, they could only be refuted or confirmed by invading Iraq.

    The Longest War

  • Such claims were, of course, not checkable by the media or the American public, as they relied on highly classified intelligence, and, in any event, they could only be refuted or confirmed by invading Iraq.

    The Longest War

  • It is our philosophy that raw source material must be made available so that conclusions can be checkable.

    Bianca Jagger: The Julian Assange 'Trial by Newspaper' -- A Response to Nick Davies

  • Also, always bring the stash back personally (and in an easily checkable spot) as our truck driver was once held up a whole day at one of the military check points while they emptied the whole truck looking for whatever they thought was being hidden by the smell of the coffee.

    Page 2

  • But if Scooter Libby obstructs justice, the president has an un-reviewable, un-checkable power to offer him a pardon or clemency.

    Matthew Yglesias » Our Strange Constitution

  • Such claims were, of course, not checkable by the media or the American public, as they relied on highly classified intelligence, and, in any event, they could only be refuted or confirmed by invading Iraq.

    The Longest War

  • Also, always bring the stash back personally (and in an easily checkable spot) as our truck driver was once held up a whole day at one of the military check points while they emptied the whole truck looking for whatever they thought was being hidden by the smell of the coffee.

    Page 2

  • Unlike other organisations we always release the full source of material at the same time... the articles we do are based upon the full source of material so everything we do is like science, it is checkable, independently checkable, because the information which has informed our conclusions is there.

    Bianca Jagger: The Julian Assange 'Trial by Newspaper' -- A Response to Nick Davies

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