to establish as genuine.
to establish the authorship or origin of conclusively or unquestionably, chiefly by the techniques of scholarship:
to authenticate a painting.
to make authoritative or valid.
the government used simmons to authenticate 11 overt acts in the racketeering indictment of welch and his deputy.
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“her mission was to authenticate every fact,” says dr. eakin, a retired math professor.
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to authenticate his vanity fair article about interrogation tactics, hitchens agreed to be waterboarded.
christopher hitchens on waterboarding, mother teresa, and more controversial moments (video) brittany jones-cooper december 15, 2011
the ncc is supposed to “authenticate” the shutdown via “a series of questions.”
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my very p-ssport was gone, so that i had actually nothing to authenticate my position—not even my name.
diary and notes of horace templeton, esq. charles james lever
every king had his own seal, which was used to authenticate his public acts.
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not even miracles can authenticate a religion which preaches monasticism and celibacy.
a history of mediaeval jewish philosophy isaac husik
i will begin with some anecdotes which i am myself able to authenticate.
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as few could write, most people had to authenticate a doc-ment in some other way, for instance, by making their mark.
the common law oliver wendell holmes, jr.
that is all very well; but how can you authenticate your claim to the property?
the honor of the name emile gaboriau
to establish as genuine or valid
to give authority or legal validity to
“verify, establish the credibility of,” 1650s, from medieval latin authenticatus, past participle of authenticare, from authenticus (see authentic). related: authenticated; authenticating.
to establish as genuine. to establish the authorship or origin of conclusively or unquestionably, chiefly by the techniques of scholarship: to authenticate a painting. to make authoritative or valid. contemporary examples lastly, users should seriously consider turning on 2-factor authentication for any service that supports it. how to mitigate the damage of the heartbleed security […]
a person or thing that . cryptography. a code used to a previously transmitted code. contemporary examples according to one authenticator of sports memorabilia, his clients are not optimistic. tiger on sale duff mcdonald december 7, 2009
(of a const-tuent of a rock) formed in the rock where it is found. compare (def 1). adjective (of minerals) having crystallized in a sediment during or after deposition
- Author's alteration
a correction or change made in typeset copy that is not a correction of an error introduced by the compositor. abbreviation: aa, a.a., a.a., aa.
- Author catalog
a catalog whose entries are listed by author, editor, compiler, translator, or other party considered to have responsibility for the creation or -ssembly of the work specified. historical examples author catalog and shelflist on cards for the departmental libraries located in buildings not connecting with the general library. papers and proceedings of the thirty-fourth annual […]