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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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Vouched empowers business professionals to use crowdsourced reputation analytics for job-hunting and career advancement.
Sir Bruce wrote: "I cannot vouch for the veracity of these data but they are worrying.
"But now after this match I can vouch that our team attitude is great," Kirwan observed.
CanIt now has experimental support for Vouch By Reference (RFC 5518).
Mr Al Ghanem returned the following day, accompanied by three supporters who pledged they would vouch for him.
I won't testify for any stories of fathers before I was born, so all I will vouch for is the repeating: my father was a prick.
It is our first issue especially devoted to developments in a specific issue and the papers presented vouch to the vibrancy of legal developments in South Africa.
And she insists she had a witness with her who can vouch for her.
The court told the attorney that it would summon two witnesses to the next hearing to vouch for the translator's honesty, integrity and ability to translate from Tamil.
As a local transport historian I can vouch that this area is far worse than any other.
"Now, as anchor, I was in position to vouch for at least half of the material that went on air because I got to speak it and I could edit it on the fly if I felt that there were any inaccuracies or imbalances in it.
I can personally vouch for the fact Brisbane Broncos meant business when we beat them in last year's game at the Reebok Stadium.