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Synonyms for verifiable


Synonyms for verifiable

capable of being verified

capable of being tested (verified or falsified) by experiment or observation

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We have to see concrete and verifiable actions take place," she added.
2 suggests inviting 'States with a verifiable link, especially a cultural, historical or archaeological link, to the underwater cultural heritage concerned' to join in with such agreements.
That core sanctions architecture would be maintained until there is a final comprehensive, verifiable agreement that resolves the international community's concerns," Carney said.
We confirm our commitment to lasting peace and the goal of the verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in a peaceful manner," the statement read.
The United States remains committed to the goal of the September 2005 joint statement: the verifiable denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in a peaceful manner," he said.
2) Applying our method for valuing third-party information, we show that verifiable information in the GM food market has potentially large and statistically significant social value.
To be treated as having demonstrated verifiable education and experience, the appraiser must make a declaration in the appraisal that, because of his or her background, experience, education and membership in professional associations, he or she is qualified to make appraisals of the type of property being valued.
Indeed - and again this is verifiable - that source close to McConnell has promised the First Minister will throw his weight behind any official move to honour big Billy.
One thing to remember is that you should stick to the factual, relevant, and verifiable information associated with your complaint.
Surely he knows that also makes it verifiable, in a scientific sense.
There are few verifiable source identifiers within an email.
However, the government of the Republic of Cuba has not provided any verifiable data to support their data.
Much of the debate around current issues, such as fair value measurement, revolve around what was previously viewed, particularly with reference to CON 2, as a "tradeoff" between the primary qualitative characteristics of relevance of information and the reliability of that information (incorporating if the information was verifiable, and if it was a "faithful representation" of what it purported to represent).
The information on the various topics was factual and verifiable, with sources identified; and consequently they have been found to be reliable.
Their conclusion hinges on study participants remembering verifiable information related to the wartime events, such as the time of day that the radio announced liberation.