Thesaurus / verifying
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Typically, there’s a 14-day wait before the applicant-business is checked and verified.

Pollworkers use EPBs to verify a voter's eligibility and then check the voter in.

That data, however, was pulled from a study the company conducted internally and can’t be independently verified.

Brad Brooks, CEO of OneLogin, a startup that helps the likes of Uber and Airbnb verify the identity of employees, is among those who say the time for online voting is now.

The green check-mark for Google Guaranteed providers signifies that Google has verified the business and backs the services booked.

If verified by the World Meteorological Organization, or WMO, that temperature will be the hottest recorded since 1931, and the third hottest since record keeping began.

One veteran political consultant who long advised Republicans and switched to work for a Democrat in 2012 dismissed allegations of voter fraud, citing the steps that state and local officials take to verify signatures.

Search engines will also verify your business details with third party citations.

There is no official governing organization for FKT routes and records, but Bakwin and his co-founders, Buzz Burrell and Jeff Schuler, act as the volunteer commissioners for approving routes and verifying times.

If other people verify their accounts, but the people who are not out of the closet do not, they will only want to talk to other verified accounts.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.