validation

[ val-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF validation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VALIDATION

"Ah, well, I will look after this validation myself," said the minister sharply.

Everything depended on the validation, on the turning up of a card.

Is validation of this type of experimentation a subject of language?

If both are orthodox he gives it his validation as the genuine article.

I will charge you five credits for this validation, since I am rendering a service.

The banker's validation of the plan may be an essential factor in its value.

They made no examination and they sought no validation of consciousness.

It is primarily concerned with the interpretation and validation of this methodology.

This associated the function of dissemination through language to the function of validation in the pragmatic context.

Rather, they are frameworks of validation of one type of human experience against another.

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