verb (used with object), ver·i·fied, ver·i·fy·ing.
- to prove or confirm (an allegation).
- to state to be true, especially in legal use, formally or upon oath.
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Contemporary Examples of verifying
Genetic testing is a useful tool for verifying a biological relationship.Pope Thanks Freed Sudanese Christian For Her Faith
Barbie Latza Nadeau
July 24, 2014
And, she commented, “Genetic testing is a useful tool for verifying a biological relationship.”Obama Adds Insult to Injury for Sharia-Condemned Young Mother in Sudan
June 4, 2014
What matters is verifying them and protecting sources and innocent bystanders.A Woman Blogger’s Scoop Helped Save Tunisia From Islamists
Thomas A. Bass
April 6, 2014
“Verifying this would likely come at some personal risk,” the paper says.Hitman Network Says It Accepts Bitcoins to Murder for Hire
October 17, 2013
After this incident, he developed a time-intensive method of verifying every fact he wanted to document.Green Snot and Deadly Snakes: Napoleon Chagnon’s Anthropological Battles
February 19, 2013
Historical Examples of verifying
What is the use of verifying them so far as believers are concerned?The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
For the verifying of which Conclusion, I promise to aunswere to the 74.
He not only revived an old hypothesis, but he saw the necessity of verifying it by facts.Evolution in Modern Thought
"There is one unanswerable means of verifying it," said Malicorne.Louise de la Valliere
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
Jimmy spent an endless time in verifying and testing everything.The Bill-Toppers