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- v. Present participle of varify.
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Joefriday, thank you for varifying that you meant Aztec and not Maya – two different cultures, in two different areas, and at their apex in two different time periods.
Steve … all I have to say, is regardless of what the alarmist who have invaded your site say, I consider your explorations in varifying the scientific methods associated with climate science a huge service to science and humanity.
It is shameful for Associated press and yahoo to publish this kind of writeup without varifying its information.
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You will have an email, click on the link and it will direct you to answerbag where it will say thank you for varifying you account, then you're all set to go!