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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of verify.


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  • This label verifies that the animals were given only organic feed and were not injected withgrowth hormones or antibiotics.

    The Seattle Times

  • Specifically focused on composite wood products, this label verifies that standards set by the


  • Evaluated on a yearly basis, the SWIFTReady Messaging Data Services (MDS) label verifies the capacity of a vendor's products to support SWIFTStandards (TM).

    Progress Software News

  • " Everything that is happening now kind of verifies what I knew all along, " added the film ' s screenwriter Eleanor Bergstein, who has been producing a stage version for the last five years.


  • Mann "verifies" his reconstruction by claiming that it has a high RE statistic.

    2006 May « Climate Audit

  • So if the forecast verifies, meaning if the forecast continues and actually comes to fruition come Monday night and this thing makes landfall somewhere between Louisiana and Pensacola, Florida, as a Category 4, then, yes.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2005

  • WHITFIELD: And what is it about the crowd's response that you hope kind of verifies or kind or kind of underscores the importance of you having made this journey for the Inupiat Eskimos?

    CNN Transcript Aug 18, 2002

  • Fox's Hume admits BP oil spill disaster 'verifies' the concern of environmentalists

    Center for American Progress Action Fund

  • E-Verify is a far more sinister, expensive, and far-reaching effort which requires employers to run potential employees through a system which "verifies" their status through the social security system.

    Young Philly Politics - Comments

  • -- who I love -- and Kiarostami and stuff, and I've talked to somebody who worked with Edward Yang who kind of verifies this, that there's a certain type of cinema you have to make simply



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