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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Cases upholding police entries and searches in response to anonymous calls typically rely upon one or more factors that corroborate the anonymous report sufficiently to justify police actions.
Its Web-based platform provides a medium for physicians to aggregate observations from daily practice then a rapidly and in large numbers a challenge or corroborate each other's opinions, accelerating the discovery of emerging trends and new insights on medications, devices, and treatments.
But we are looking for witnesses to corroborate what occurred.
To corroborate that finding, Reisberg and his colleagues identified 181 people with advanced Alzheimer's disease who lived at home with a caregiver and who retained some capacity to speak, dress themselves, and handle other daily chores.
An anonymous tip may be bolstered where it predicts the subject's future behavior, and police can corroborate that prediction through observation and investigation.
The Court also noted the absence of any friends or relatives being called as witnesses to corroborate the alleged relationship: specifically noting (and describing it as "strange") that the tenant's daughter did not testify on behalf of the claimant.
It provides guidance about the evidence needed to corroborate assertions related to securities investments.
So far, attempts to corroborate Folkers's observations have been inconclusive.
Its Web-based platform provides a medium for physicians to aggregate observations from daily practice then Co rapidly and in large numbers Co challenge or corroborate each other's opinions, accelerating the discovery of emerging trends and new insights on medications, devices, and treatments.
Hester finds that the new data on this topic corroborate his original conclusion about the Eagle nebula as an area of prolific star formation.
The program will, among other things, check specific computer inquiries and entries to IRS computer systems made by IRS employees and corroborate declarations or statements made by employees.
The badges only corroborate the obvious, that the EIDC abused public funds and the public trust.
Other studies with FUSE and Hubble corroborate the finding, he notes.
All of these factors further corroborate any informant testimony that may exist.
Sermo enables the private and instant exchange of knowledge among MDs - from all specialties and in all areas of the country - through an elite online medium where they can aggregate observations from their daily practice and instantly share them with a large network of colleagues to challenge or corroborate the opinions - accelerating the emergence of trends and new insights on medications, devices and treatments.