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1 When her son later succumbed to postoperative complications, the woman's belief in the veracity of her dreams was more than confirmed.
2 The chairman disallowed the veracity of his report.
3 Credibility is an essential attribute that is built on the elements of integrity, reliability, veracity, competence and commitment.
4 From a security features perspective, the capability most lacking in UDDI has been the ability to determine the veracity of data in a registry.
5 With this extraordinary quantity of photographs, an equal extraordinary quantity of people has been dedicated on studying them, aiming to verify its veracity.
6 These "lost years" formed the basis for his later autobiographical Chronicles, although the veracity of his accounts has been called into question frequently.
7 efficiency and veracity of landslide and debris flow hazard zonation have greatly been improved by the use of GIS technology.
8 I take what worked for tens of thousands of years throughout human prehistory and incorporate contemporary science to confirm its veracity.
9 We assess all news stories and test their veracity.
10 The striking development is not that the veracity of some is open to doubt, but that this forgivingly collusive arrangement has now broken down: not the fact of lying, but the naming of it.
11 character personified only if he has enough creibility. Credibility is an essential attribute that is built on the elements of integrity, reliability, veracity, competence and commitment.
12 The photographer swore to the veracity of the image, until he thought he was about to die and suddenly blurted out that he and his mate had staged it all along.
13 has raised questions about Mr Biller’s veracity and employment record, but the allegations have not gone away.
14 Though long considered a defining war picture, its veracity has also inspired decades of debate among scholars, curators and critics.
15 lawyers are expected to challenge the nature ofher injuries, her recollection of events, the veracity of elements of her lifestory, and her conduct with other men if the case proceeds.
16 The viewer’s expectation about a picture’s veracity is largely determined by the context in which the image appears.
17 Even experienced reporters would be asked by their news editor how they can be sure of their stories' veracity.
18 On the Tianya bulletin board, a single discussion string about the veracity of the pictures has attracted 25.8m page views.
19 major subject areas, Wikipedia’s veracity is unimpeachable, and has been put to the test by publications such as Nature.
20 This long-winded wordsmith "punctiliously shifts paradigms" and "expeditiously ensures the numerical veracity of weekly sales reports."
21 Researchers doubt the veracity of Cuba's data, which shows higher levels of public health, (including almost universal access to sanitation and clean water) than GDP would suggest.
22 Underlined is: “Each and every irksome Jew is a serious affront to the authenticity and veracity of our German identity.”
23 Since you have lied to us in the past, you should not wonder that we doubt your veracity.
24 Since you have lied us in the past, you should not wonder that we doubt your veracity.
25 important elements were leaked online, a forum was set up, new footage was shot and the rumours of the veracity of the so-called "documentary" spread like wildfire.
26 But the veracity of information about the causes and consequences of the accidents is an open question.
27 Much will be laid before you, and proof will accompany the truth so that there is no doubt as to its veracity.
28 The only verdict is vengeance, a vendetta held as a votive not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.
29 The paper improves forecast veracity and guides work of littoral medium and small cities' air quality forecast model.
30 set up a more stable method of multicolor PRINS protocol in human cultured lymphocyte metaphase cells, and evaluate its veracity.