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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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142) "Given the nearly limitless universe of potential corroboration" that an IJ may decide to require for an asylum claim, the National Immigrant Justice Center notes that "[a] general notice standard essentially makes asylum applicants strictly liable for not having corroborated any point a judge .
Antony, who corroborated that the Army chief had come to his office and informed him that Tejinder Singh had allegedly offered a bribe.
Raymond McMenamin, of the Law Society of Scotland, said yesterday: "Removing the requirement for corroborated evidence could result in a contest between statements and bring increased risk of miscarriages of justice.
A DNA test from the two, who are supposed to be Princess Diana's third cousins, corroborated the claims of the lineage.
He further said that speculation is rife that banned militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba is training women to carry out militant operations in the Indian territory, however he stressed that such reports have not yet been corroborated by the Army.
The requirement that confessions be corroborated by independent
Allen, and corroborated by a friend of mine who edited and rewrote some of Goines' oft-times incomplete and incoherent manuscripts at Holloway House.
Surveillance video corroborated the additional information, according to Dyer.
After years of rumored publication, the appearance of Selections from the Journals of Myron Stout has at last corroborated critics' thoughts on the artist's work: The excerpted entries, dating from 1950 through 1966, perforce provide a picture of Stout ruminating on nature, in particular the dunes of the Cape, and on art history, from Giotto and Ucello to Mondrian and Hofmann, as he works as an artist by other means.
Shifting back and forth from the blank spaces to known incidents and attitudes from Elizabethan times as corroborated within the Bard's own literary output, he builds up a picture of Shakespeare's opinions on education, religion, authority, family, heterosexual and homosexual love--and the whole man emerges.
The facts and circumstances of the incident were corroborated by interviewing the offender, witnesses, and family members.
Notorious Canadian racist Grant Bristow has now corroborated publicly what THE NEW AMERICAN reported years ago: that he was a paid government agent provocateur, whose vicious diatribes and violent behavior were used to demonize conservatives and pro-lifers and to justify passage of oppressive "hate crimes" legislation.
Finally, the ice water in the left ear indirectly corroborated the left ear as the hypoactive ear.
It corroborated the professional relationship that has always existed," said Trejo.
For CPAs, computer forensics can be used with forensic accounting practices to provide a more thorough, corroborated evidence position.