corroborate


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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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section] 1158(b)(1)(B)(ii), (21) if an IJ chooses to require additional evidence to corroborate otherwise credible testimony, the applicant must provide it.
which sufficient corroboration existed could corroborate the remaining
If the reauditor has gained an understanding at least in part by reviewing the predecessor's audit documentation, it should perform procedures to corroborate that understanding, such as tracing transactions through each significant cycle in the accounting system.
This analysis of inequalities in the value approach of two key stakeholders within a system corroborates these managerial trends and reinforces the need to develop clear strategies to strengthen the organization's position.
The database compares the immediate information with additional qualifiers, such as road condition, vehicle type, model, year, occupant age, gender, seated position, belt use and pre-existing medical conditions to assess the probability of injury The information will be used for each specific accident to help identify suspected fraud and to corroborate valid claims, Scott McClellan, IWI chief executive officer, said.
Thus, it is crucial that the inventor's ideas and efforts to reduce those ideas to practice be disclosed on a regular basis to someone who can corroborate the inventor's testimony if there is a dispute later.
You need to corroborate the information provided by your therapists in the sections they fill out with the information provided by nursing.
However, apart from his ex-wife Sue, Warnke can name no one to corroborate his story, insisting instead that other evangelists--like coauthor David Balsiger--have "corroborated" The Satan Seller on their own.
Principi, held that when the outcome of a case may turn on scientific opinion and the record contains conflicting opinions, additional statements that tend to corroborate one scientific view over another are not cumulative.
While ample Phase I/II clinical trial data has been reported for the gynecological malignancies, only a small number of Phase III studies have been completed to corroborate earlier results.
Their testimonies will corroborate Lascanas' and Matobato's claims,' he said, referring to another confessed assassin, Edgar Matobato.
They were not looking for anything new except they were looking to corroborate what had already been provided to them by cross-referencing reports with certain logs that is standard in the industry.
Campbell informed the teams that the league couldn't corroborate either player's story and therefore wouldn't take action, and Laraque apparently has elected to not pursue the matter by filing a complaint.
Little evidence would ever be found to corroborate the accusations made against the men, and an examination of the alleged victim by her family physician showed no physical signs of rape or assault.