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Substantiate

To establish the existence or truth of a particular fact through the use of competent evidence; to verify.

For example, an Eyewitness might be called by a party to a lawsuit to substantiate that party's testimony.

substantiate

verb actualize, affirm, attest, bear out, bear witness, certify, circumstantiate, corroborate, demonstrate, embody, establish by proof, evidence, make good, materialize, objectify, prove, ratify, realize, reify, substantialize, support, uphold, verify, vindicate
Associated concepts: substantiate a claim, substantiate charges
See also: adduce, attest, bear, cite, confirm, corroborate, demonstrate, document, establish, maintain, probate, prove, quote, realize, seal, show, state, support, sustain, uphold, validate, verify, witness
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Research further substantiates that violence occurs more frequently among highly stressed workers than those experiencing lower stress (Northwestern National Life, 1993).
As a number of workers observed, and the data produced by the study substantiates, the most important skills on the job are "communication" and "interpersonal skills".
From a practical perspective, this means that the employer must be vigilant and demand that employees substantiate their expenses and return amounts in excess of substantiated expenses within a reasonable time.
As the date for compliance with HSPD 12 has passed, we believe this order substantiates that our technology is a viable solution for safe and secure ID credentialing in what we believe will prove to be a potentially large market for us within the multi-billion dollar Government and Homeland Security market.
274-5T(c)(2)(iii) does not require original documents to satisfy its requirement for documentary evidence to substantiate travel expenses.
Phenserine shows potential advantages over currently approved cholinesterase inhibitors and the Phase III program will be designed to substantiate these clinical benefits," said Dr.
The Tax Court seemed to indicate that a taxpayer has substantially complied with the substantiation requirements if the information submitted substantiates the donor's claim that (1) the donation of specified property was made during the year, (2) the property was appraised by a qualified appraiser at the amount claimed by the donor as a charitable contribution and (3) the donee was qualified to receive a contribution.
To substantiate the deduction, the taxpayer had the blimps appraised by a qualified appraiser and completed and filed Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions (containing a detailed appraisal summary), with its return.
Lahey, President of Orbit said, "Publication of this article in a respected journal with a noted reputation in the industry substantiates Orbit's effort to establish the scientific merit of our patent pending technology.
He further stated, "While this increased offer by GETINGE substantiates our assertion that the value of MDT is greater than was represented by the previous offer, at this time we need to revisit our interest at this price, as well as weigh the likelihood of success in engaging in a potential bidding war with someone with the international resources of the likes of GETINGE.