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In air traffic control phraseology, it means, “Have I correctly received the following …?” or “Did you correctly receive the message?”
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There is, as a result, likely to be delay on both the input side (delays in finding a confirmable nominee who also can represent the administration's policy position) and at the point of Senate consideration when events might compel a longer look at nominees.
5 million was confirmable by looking at public records, and the remaining amount was not; see chart on page 61 for more details).
Commitment to holistic confirmation does imply that everything that is confirmable from experience is confirmed, when the theory as a whole gets confirmed; but it does not imply that every part of a theory (including logic and mathematics) is confirmable on the basis of experience.
a known, objective, confirmable abnormality of the brain.
In science, explanations are restricted to those that can be inferred from the confirmable data--the results obtained through observations and experiments that can be substantiated by other scientists.
Therefore, though an internally consistent and totally confirmable theory may be a goal for all scientists, it will always, in certain respects, be an unattainable goal.
Pallets tallied as "bark" had at least one confirmable barky defect of the size described above.
Regarding hypnosis as a natural state of relaxation confirmable by new research technology, the author addresses common concerns, therapeutic applications, session stages, and protocol models.
The specific number of Titans that represented minimum economic production rate is not a confirmable number and represents an estimate based on subsequent experience and the restarting of the production lines after the CHALLENGER explosion.
An audit trail is designed to allow an external reviewer to view and inquire the process to determine whether the evaluation procedure was dependable and confirmable (Worthen et al.
As one searches for some help with the confirmable dates, a remarkable omission becomes apparent, the absence of a register of documents related to Angelico.
Harrold Carswell opened the door for the easily confirmable Blackmun, who wore his selection as the president's third choice as a badge of honor.