authentication

[ aw-then-ti-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF authentication

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Through him the Jewish history of the Middle Ages received its authentication, its firm basis, its coloring, and exposition.

Even this authentication did not create implicit belief in the minds of those to whom it was addressed.

Wanting this, all our speculations are vain; but having its authentication they are definitive.

Such an authentication has been deemed necessary in a treatise of this kind.

This is by no means an exclusively modern device of authentication, for these were known as early as the thirteenth century.

He had the certain pleasure of authentication and he was not the monopoly of having everything.

Their own authentication of their act finishes the business intrusted to them.

He wanted the tip to exhaust the subject of Death, and to leave him only the task of authentication.

Next comes the final protocol or eschatocol comprising: the Date, the Appreciation, the Authentication.

This is the first appearance of sealing in the history of jurisprudence, considered as a mode of authentication.

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