vouched for


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See: promissory
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Ferguson and his brave companions, as vouched for by undeniable testimony; and they found themselves among friends in the midst of most hospitable tribes, whose relations with the French settlements are frequent and amicable.
The list of the saved, as collected by the people of the whaler, is not vouched for as being absolutely correct, the circumstances having been adverse to investigation.
Caprona has always been considered a more or less mythical land, though it is vouched for by an eminent navigator of the eighteenth century; but Bowen's narrative made it seem very real, however many miles of trackless ocean lay between us and it.
Mainhall vouched for her constancy with a loftiness that made Alexander smile, even while a kind of rapid excitement was tingling through him.
Feb 11 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday vouched for an idea of six Rs for sustainable development- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, Redesign and Remanufacture, with the view to safeguarding nature.
Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison vouched for her new boss, U.
At the same time, however, Alejano vouched for Gambala and Maestrecampo: 'I know these people.
By citing Vouched analytics, app users can stand out by citing crowdsourced feedback from the connections who have vouched for the eight “PRINCIPAL-Traits” most valued by employers: Professionalism, Integrity, Communication, Innovation, Adaptability, Leadership and Teamwork.
The ratings Chris accrued on Vouched For put him among the top 143 in the country - out of more than 20,000 advisers.
Mr Donnelly wants all undocumented expenses vouched for.
Once vouched for, that person cannot vouch for another.
But then emerged one of the 10 people who had vouched for him did not belong to his area and he had to go off to find someone else.