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Vouching

In accounting, the act or process of testing the accuracy of a statement by checking supporting documentation.
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Moreover, Sir Bruce acknowledges that even where data did exist, he cannot vouch for its accuracy.
All I can vouch for is she was papery after my birth.
As a good Democrat, I won't vouch for the former House Judiciary Committee chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-Wisc.
Also, I cannot vouch for its long-term durability -- or any ground cover, for that matter -- if you wish to use it as a lawn.
In the 1950s African Americans attempting to register to vote needed someone already on the rolls to vouch for them; the catch was that any one voter could vouch for only three people a year.
I WAS in Dubai at the same time as West Ham and can vouch that temperatures touching 90 degrees by 10 in the morning and 85 per cent humidity would not have affected their training routine.
I can personally vouch for the event, and I think the people who donate can tell that their money is going to an incredible cause.
As someone who reviewed the ballet's first night at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, on September 3, 1952, and whose wife danced in it, I can vouch for the revival's almost unexpected authenticity.
If professors think he is someone they can work with, they can vouch for him, which could give him a better chance of getting aid.
I vouch for his work, I vouch for his character and I urge you to stand with him and support him in the work that he's doing for families, for life, for the unborn, here in our nation's capital.
According to the Globe and Mail newspaper Graham had to wait while his staff found a way to vouch for his identity.
This elicited laughter from all within earshot (including myself), and especially Dan, who quipped, "I'll vouch for that.