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confirm

verb accede, accord, accredit, acquiesce, add strength to, adhere, agree to, agree with, ally, approve, assent, attest, authenticate, authorize, avow, charter, commend, comprobare, concede, concur, consent, corroborate, countersign, document, endorse, fortify, give one's word for, give security, homologate, join in a compact, legalize, license, make firm, make valid, pass, permit, prove, ratify, recognize, sanction, seal, second, support, sustain, uphold, verify, vote for, vouch for
Foreign phrases: Confirmare nemo potest prius quam jus ei acciderit.No one can confirm a right before it accrues to him. Confirmare est id firmum facere quod prius infirrum fuit. To confirm is to make firm that which had been infirm. Confirmat usum qui tollit abusum. He confirms a use who removes an abuse.
See also: accept, accredit, acknowledge, admit, affirm, agree, appoint, approve, ascertain, assent, assure, attest, authorize, avouch, avow, bind, bond, certify, comply, concede, corroborate, cosign, countenance, countersign, demonstrate, determine, document, endorse, ensure, establish, evidence, fix, indorse, legalize, notarize, obligate, pass, prove, reaffirm, reassure, reveal, seal, show, sign, subscribe, substantiate, support, swear, uphold, validate, verify, vouch, witness
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In summary, this research approach was concerned with analytical or conceptual generalisation rather than statistical generation and the rigour of the process was enhanced by adherence to the principles of credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability.
Any and all Chapter 11 plans of reorganization will be subject to creditor votes and judicial determinations of confirmability.
What's the matrix of confirmability with whom you really want to go with?
The very fact of nomination creates a presumption of qualification and confirmability, forcing opposing senators to bear the burden of demonstrating why a nominee should be rej ected.
To maximize chances of a successful confirmation, the new President should be especially careful to conduct thorough background checks, to develop a pool of potential nominees before vacancies arise, and to utilize experienced political advisors to assess each candidate's confirmability amid the shifting winds of Senatorial politics.
Confirmability reflects the degree of objectivity demonstrated by the researcher.
The differences between these two works is one of James's varying emphases, within a pragmatic analysis, of the consequences of belief on the one hand, and their empirical confirmability on the other.
As part of determining the confirmability of a plan of reorganization, the Bankruptcy Court has approved a process and timeline for determining the cost to resolve asbestos-related property damage and personal injury claims.
A framework for establishing trustworthiness includes attending to credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability (Shenton, 2004).
Finally, to enhance the study's confirmability (Polit & Beck, 2012), all themes were reviewed by at least three project team members.
Confirmability Audit trail All transcripts and tape recordings were kept safe and consensus meetings were held with the co-coder.
A framework developed by Denzin and Lincoln (2000) was taken to ensure the methodological rigour and trustworthiness of the findings through formal member checking of the transcribed data, and peer debriefing within the research team ensured the credibility of the findings; and a compilation of a reflexive journal promoted dependability and confirmability.