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credence

noun acceptance, act of believing, belief, certainty, complete trust, confidence, credit, dependence on, faith, firm belief, fixed belief, full assurance, full belief, implicit belief, instinctive belief, persuasion, reliance, subjective belief, sureness, surety, suspension of disbelief, trust, unshaken belief, view
Foreign phrases: Culbet in arte sua perito est credendum.Credence should be given to one skilled in his peculiar prooession.
See also: belief, confidence, conviction, credibility, faith, persuasion, reliance, trust, weight
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Garrigan went on to say, Opportunities in Mexico, Central and South America in banking, social welfare and law enforcement will benefit from the expanding family of Credence ID devices.
As a value-added distributor, Credence Security has the pre-requisites to help us 'tell the eSentire story' and work with us to deliver best-in-class cybersecurity solutions to mid-sized enterprises in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.
The new Russian ambassador, Andrey Gennadyevich Karlov, presented his letter of credence on Monday.
HKSTP partnered with Credence based on its ability to provide innovative test solutions across the entire manufacturing flow for a variety of consumer, communications, computer and wireless devices.
Utilizing its patented CMOS technologies, Credence products are designed to meet the strict time-to-market and cost-of-ownership requirements of its customers.
This body of research has looked at the behavior of consumers and sellers in markets for search, experience, and credence goods, where these have been defined as follows:
At the same time, we wanted our name to communicate our core focus on security solutions which is why we settled on Credence Security", continued Garreth.
Credence, an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer, is listed on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol CMOS.