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validate

(văl′ĭ-dāt)
To ensure that the item in question is valid and correct.
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Three out of five cellular companies are hoping that retailers will be again allowed to sell SIMs after deploying biometric solutions to validate customers through their CNICs.
Smith validates the Army-wide requests and provides guidance to Installation Transportation Offices on the process and requirements such as weight, size requirements, hazardous materiels, etc.
M validates the answer perpetuating their reliance on her as the one with the answers.
The OECD program to validate the rat uterotrophic bioassay: an overview.
"With support from key hardware and software partners, Novell will develop, test and validate multiple configurations for different enterprise needs in security, systems management and more," said David Patrick, vice president and general manager of Linux, Open Source Platforms and Services for Novell.
To validate the impact of a zone change, for example, the storage administrator must compare and correlate data from the HBA details spreadsheet, the zoning database and the storage masking spreadsheet.
* Is security an up-front design consideration, and if so, is a report of security requirements and controls available to validate application security?
SRM 2387 is intended for use as a primary control material for assigning values to in-house control materials and to validate analytical methods for measuring nutrients such as fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Spirent's DDoS Attack module helps proactively validate security features by simulating large-scale attacks, allowing users to easily modify the types of attacks and test in various scales.
If you cannot prove and validate your market opportunity, your funding prospects will sink faster than a portfolio full of dot-com stocks.
The team continues to develop and validate assays to rapidly and accurately diagnose smallpox infection and the presence of variola virus, including protein-based tests to identify variola virus antigen and antivariola immunoglobulins, as well as specific nucleic acid detection tests.
Or they can go for a commercial "snap-on" system like InCircuit's Scan & Validate (www.incircuit.com), which uses barcode scanners and a custom-designed Web site to attach to an existing finance or inventory system.