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Tony Chicotel, an attorney with California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, told me in August that he was shocked at so few complaints being substantiated.
If there were 12 allegations that were substantiated, you shouldn’t be afraid to put that in writing.
The charge that Democrats were targeting Barrett’s personal life or were “Bork-ing” her was also difficult to substantiate.
At a minimum, companies must substantiate the claim that their profits are justified in order for society to continue to offer them patent protections that contribute to inequitable access.
An inspector general’s report substantiated the allegations, including that he directed government business to associates.
Novo is carrying out further studies and will make the results public if it can substantiate the preliminary data, he said.
Last year during the same timeframe, the agency received 3,240 complaints and substantiated 39 percent, comparable numbers to two years ago as well.
During the same period last year, the agency substantiated 1,276 of 3,240 nursing home complaints, or 39 percent.
Now, a story has come to our ears which if it had not been substantiated would have appeared incredible.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
And the lavalliere incidents and the blouse buttons substantiated it still further.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.

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