validated[ val-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF validated
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Henry Thorne, who had their tickets, took them into the office to have them validated.
Variations that could be validated as typographical errors have been corrected.
On the other hand in 1752 the Sinhalese succession was validated by obtaining monks from Burma.
On the 30th March the Council had validated six elections with a relative majority.
Nevertheless its claim to be the sole possible explanation can in nowise be validated.
It is true the treaty was not ratified; but when ratified it is validated retrospectively.
These errors have, however, also been validated by authority, exist only by its permission.
Although each page reference has not been validated, any other corrections, discovered incidentally, are noted as well.
But all such relationships are to end with death if validated only by man's authority.
Two whose elections had been validated by the Council refused to sit because they had not obtained the eighth part of the votes.