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vouch

to cite by reference to precedents, statutes or books of authority.
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With the Fed vouching that inflation now seems under control and that a "measured" pace of rate increases will be continued, the 10-year Treasury has settled down to roughly 4.25% perpetuating what Allan Greenspan has called a "conundrum," the perplexing phenomenon where the Treasury has resiliently remained low despite rising rates.
The CROs functioned as independent entities, performing clinical trials for their pharma clients and vouching for the quality of the data submitted to regulatory agencies for marketing approval (and sometimes, rejection).
To get that windfall, some of the parents signed forms vouching that their children are part American Indian.