corroborate


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Synonyms for corroborate

establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

give evidence for

support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm

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Hotel employees may corroborate further the informant's testimony and may be able to identify the defendants by viewing a "photo line-up.
While Owens claimed Winterrowd placed a gun to his head, there are no witnesses to corroborate that, Gilligan said.
NASDAQ: CRIS), a therapeutic drug development company, today announced that there were a number of new reports presented at the current annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research that corroborate and expand our understanding of the linkage between abnormal Hedgehog pathway signaling and the development of various forms of cancer.
The victim was traumatized by the assault and is unable to supply ``critical information needed to corroborate the physical and circumstantial evidence gathered in this case,'' according to a statement released by the District Attorney's Office in San Fernando.
The findings of this study corroborate much of the publicly available data from the initial item-level store pilot run by $50 billion retailer Tesco, a 2004 pilot which utilized the Intelligent Systems item-level technology.
A field program is to collect a suite of key lithologies to corroborate the geophysical interpretation being advanced at this time with the on-going evaluation of Fugro's helicopter-borne, five frequency 2,000 line kilometres MAG-EM survey by John Buckle, P.
In addition, we can provide research DDI data that corroborate the trend seen in "In Good Company.
But unpublished data from an LDGO bore hole experiment and a similar NGS analysis of marker movement appear to corroborate the high strain rates.
Diamond said there was physical evidence to corroborate Walkden's account, including gunshot residue on Galido's hands.
Fragments of the hammer's handle, which was struck by a bullet, corroborate Hoffman's claim that Fierro was wielding a hammer, the report concludes.
The findings corroborate one of the few earlier tickle studies, published in 1941 in the Journal of Genetic Psychology by Dr.
WHEN the FA found there was no evidence to corroborate Mason Holgate's allegation that Roberto Firmino had racially abused him, we all accepted those findings.
Interior Secretary Ismael 'Mike' Sueno on Tuesday denied the allegations of Robredo and asked her to corroborate her statement on policemen using the 'palit-ulo' scheme against poor drug offenders and their family and relatives.
Prior to Congress's passage of the REAL ID Act ("REAL ID") in 2005, no single standard governed the circumstances in which an immigration judge (IJ) could require an asylum applicant to provide extrinsic evidence to corroborate credible testimony.
Statements of people who were aware that a meeting between the two took place, as claimed by Singh, were recorded to corroborate the sequence of events," said a CBI official.