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Synonyms for substantiate

establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

represent in bodily form

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make real or concrete

solidify, firm, or strengthen

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6662(a) penalty, which was due to negligence, because it showed that the Higbees failed to keep adequate books and records and to substantiate their disallowed deductions and expenses properly.
274 disallows a deduction for travel expenses (including airfare), unless the taxpayer substantiates the expense by adequate records or other sufficient evidence.
Such forward-looking statements include, among others, the Company's belief with respect to estimated and anticipated costs to complete on-going projects and the Company's belief that its documentation will substantiate contract claim conditions.
However, if it is determined that the employer's accounting procedures are not adequate, the employee must substantiate his expenses (Temp.
Therefore, WPTE currently is unable to substantiate the credibility of the offer it received last week.
Speaking to media here, the provincial minister said that they level false allegations and run away, adding that Imran accused Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif of involvement in corruption worth Rs27 billion through 'frontman', but the PTI chief could not substantiate his allegations.
However, he added that the former premier should present proofs to substantiate his claims if he has any.
And it perfectly fits to the Gelita philosophy to substantiate our product claims on solid science.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic head of communications Jayne Garrity said today: "We were able to draw on our archive to substantiate our claim, thanks to the hard work over two years by a team of 30 volunteers and a professional archivist.
Testing will be carrier out at QinetiQ's test facility in Farnborough, England, where engineers will substantiate the predicted low-speed performance of the aircraft on takeoff and landing.
Summary: Algiers - Human Rights Watch has affirmed that it found no proof to substantiate the toll alleged by the polisario over the dismantling of the Gdim Izik camp.
As part of the Australian Consumer Law amendments to the Trade Practices Act (TPA) passed earlier in the year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been given the power to issue substantiation notices that require a corporation to deliver up information and/or documents that substantiate claims or representations that have been made about products or services within 21 days (or later if an extension can be negotiated).
AN anti-wind farm group was told yesterday it must substantiate future claims after the advertising watchdog upheld a series of complaints about a campaign leaflet.
Re-member the final step of an investigation is to substantiate or disprove the allegation generated by an event.
E there was a lively debate about the origin of sin, without mentioning "the fall"; the biblical interpreters at Qumran found in the description of Israel at Sinai an ideal community worthy of imitation; pesher exegesis applied biblical texts to postbiblical settings in order to substantiate a theological conviction pertaining to divine reward and punishment; and Psalm 91 was understood as an apotropaic song that possessed the power to safeguard the faithful from malevolent spirits.