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confirmed

1. having received the rite of confirmation
2. (of a disease) another word for chronic
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Many say children are too young to be confirmed in second grade.
They contend the gain recognition on debt discharge that occurs in the discounting of liabilities compromised by a confirmed bankruptcy plan may result in the debtor emerging with positive retained earnings, which is an anomalous result for an entity emerging from bankruptcy.
Garton added that American will continue to offer free stand-by for passengers who elect not to take advantage of the new Confirmed Flight Change option, or for flights that are booked too full to be confirmed in advance.
However, its existence was also confirmed by a defense lawyer in the case, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
One partial response was not able to be confirmed because the patient's CT scan was confounded by a lung collapse, limiting the radiologist's ability to distinguish the actual tumor size.
Other states reporting either confirmed or likely cases include Nevada and Oregon.
In the pre-specified "per protocol" analysis1 of the primary endpoint, the relative risk of confirmed thrombotic CV events between ARCOXIA and diclofenac was 0.
Avian influenza infection was confirmed on February 16, 2004, and later genotypic and phenotypic intravenous pathogenicity index (IVPI) testing characterized the virus as low pathogenicity avian influenza (LPAI) H7N3.
In addition, British Airways has confirmed three more 767-300s with extended-range capability.
State building aid, which is earned on an individual project basis, consists of confirmed building aid and incremental building aid.
To the Editor: This report is the first known of a case of epidemiologically associated tuberculosis (TB) in a human and a canine caused by the same strain, confirmed by genotyping.
This finding was confirmed by light microscopy, polymerase chain reaction (PCR)--restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP), and DNA sequencing.