establish the validity of

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Chinas Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) has previously promised to crack down on false air quality readings, and a system to establish the validity of air quality readings is in place.
To establish the validity of positioning their product as a natural superfood, they worked with three academic institutions, ultimately arriving at 21 validated health benefits.
In seeking to establish the validity of this specifically Caribbean mode of critique, Nesbitt engages in some spirited defenses of the legitimacy of political violence in certain specific circumstances, finding support in the work of Immanuel Kant.
embassy or consulate abroad may suggest passport or CRBA [Consular Report of Birth Abroad] applicants undergo DNA testing to establish the validity of the relationship(s).
They take special care to establish the validity of African practices of philanthropy, describing the wide range of pre-colonial, informal, and hybrid forms of assistance in actual practice in Africa.
But he did help establish the validity of the quest.
In July, CRIPE is supporting a court action to establish the validity of the exemption process.
ROI Communication then used standard statistical techniques to establish the validity of the sample size and evaluated survey results in relation to a company's financial performance, based on publicly available data.
A spokesman for the council said: "Private investigators are occasionally used to establish the validity of insurance claims against the local authority, and their use can lead to substantial savings for council tax payers.
It aimed to establish the validity of adapted VCI subtests through establishing its relationship with academic achievement scores of the students.
Further research is warranted with a larger sample to measure oxygen consumption during the 20MST to establish the validity of the 20MST as a measure of cardio-respiratory fitness in young adults with asthma.
In the following chapter he compares the use of expert medical witnesses in the Shari'a courts, as they existed until 1956, and in the national courts in applying the legal concept of last illness (marad al-mawt), which is an excellent example, for both types of courts had to apply this notion--the Shari'a courts in their ruling on the validity of a repudiation before the husband's death and the national courts (competent in matters of succession) in order to establish the validity of gifts made in extremis.