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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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County workers and contractors committed 26 cases of fraud in the third substantiated, 48 that were not substantiated and 35 that were not quarter of the year, compared with 18 in 2002, according to a report issued Thursday.
An employee is not required to return excess amounts if receiving per diem or mileage allowances; these amounts are deemed substantiated (provided the allowance is reasonably calculated not to exceed the employee's expenses and he or she must return any portion attributable to days or miles not substantiated).
62(c) if it meets the requirements of business connection, substantiation and returning amounts in excess of substantiated expenses.
On Wednesday, Kennedy said the most serious allegations have been substantiated and confirmed by more than one source.
The acquisition of Iceland Health builds on our strategy to leverage our biosciences roots and to continue to develop and market proprietary and clinically substantiated nutraceuticals that address significant health care concerns," said Paul Intlekofer, President and CEO of Nutrition 21.
02 of the revenue procedures, the expenses covered by the per-diem allowance are deemed substantiated in an amount equal to the lesser of the per-diem allowance or the Federal M&IE rate.
If there are things that can be substantiated, the board will hear that.
The proposed acquisition of the Iceland Health business would build on our strategy to leverage our biosciences roots and to continue to develop and market proprietary and clinically substantiated nutraceuticals that address significant health care concerns," said Paul Intlekofer, president and CEO of Nutrition 21.
In lieu of substantiating the actual amount of a driver's deductible transportation expenses, an amount is deemed substantiated equal to the number of miles traveled multiplied by the business standard mileage rate.
Currently, a significant percentage of eligible transactions are declined at the point-of-sale because they cannot be adequately substantiated in real-time.
Only selected return items will have to be fully substantiated, with appropriate documentation.
For each 1,000 miles traveled and substantiated, $365 of the reimbursement would be from an accountable plan and $35 from a nonaccountable plan.
MAID technology is now substantiated as a solid new tier in enterprise companies' storage hierarchies, and definitely fills the gap between 'always-on' SATA arrays and tape as a secondary storage tier.
A plan is "accountable" when (1) it covers only expenses with a business connection; (2) all expenses are substantiated to the employer; and (3) the employee is required to return to the employer any amount paid in excess of substantiated expenses.
E[acute accent]Nutrition 21 is a nutritional bioscience company and the maker of chromium-based supplements with health benefits substantiated by clinical research.