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corroborative

adjective affirmatory, agreeing, assenting, attested, borne out, certified, confirmed, confirming, convincing, corroborating, deductible, determined, established, evidential, evidentiary, prima facie, proved, valid, verified, vindicatory
Associated concepts: corroborating circumstances, corrobooating evidence, corroborating information
See also: convincing, deductible, provable
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He said: "It's true that we work corroboratively on a number of issues with Denbighshire.
A spokesman for RCT council said: "Alongside other local authorities, the council corroboratively hosts these events in turn to support fundraising activities for each Mayor of the councils involved.
Holmes said the UO could avoid bias in the survey by inviting "experts external to the university working corroboratively with our staff.
It is about keeping people around the table, talking and exchanging ideas, and how people can work corroboratively.
The group also recognises the need for change brought about by Trailblazers, and that working corroboratively across like-minded employers is a way of achieving this goal.
They were having students get online and work corroboratively at the same time.
The signing of this declaration signals our aim to work corroboratively with other local authorities and services to reduce alcohol harm and health inequalities in across the region.
However, we can only address social isolation by working corroboratively and involving a wide range of partner organisations.
Chairman Tim Parker said: "Our strategy will see us working more corroboratively with a range of partners - we will support where we can and lead where we should.