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validate

to give legal force or official confirmation to or to declare legally valid.
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"The biggest complaint we hear from financial executives is that they spend only 4 percent of their time on the most important part of the process -- validating the accuracy and reliability of the numbers -- because they had to spend 96 percent of their time performing clerical and administrative functions," says Tomaney.
The validating caregiver matches the old woman's emotions.
In a paper in the 22 May 1987 issue of Science, the NTP published the first comprehensive evaluation of genotoxicity assays, laying the groundwork for a more systematic approach to developing and validating new in vitro assays.
A new line of calibration verification test sets, VALIDATE Products is intended for in vitro diagnostic use in quantitatively verifying calibration, validating reportable ranges, and determining linearity in automated, semi-automated and manual chemistry systems.
For the near future, at least, validating diagnoses will likely mean examining individual patient records.
The cost of validating contractor systems will be borne by the government.
A fundamental rule in environmental modeling is not to transfer use of a model from one geographic region to another without validating it with measurement data from the new study area.
(2001) reported on a test of GPS data recorders as a means of validating time-location data recorded in study diaries of a subset of participants enrolled in the Oklahoma Urban Air Toxics Study.
The Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) achieved another milestone by validating the first Personal Digital Assistance (PDA) device (Certificate #137).
This line of inquiry may be useful for validating existing severity measurement systems, especially if probabilities were corrected for age-sex cohort experience.
NIST will assist in validating a dosimetric study of a large-scale radiation accident in the former Soviet Union.