Genuineness


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Genuineness

acid test
test of genuineness for gold; not destructive of genuine metal. [Assaying: Brewer Dictionary, 7]
Bible
name used for Scriptures; “the real source of truth.” [Christianity: NCE, 291]
Gospel
one of the four biographies of Jesus Christ that begin the New Testament; thus, “the real beginning of Christianity.” [Christianity: NCE, 1112]
Pure, Simon
young quaker who Colonel Feignwell impersonates to marry Pure’s ward. [Am. Lit.: A Bold Stroke for a Wife, Brewer Handbook, 1008]
Real McCoy,
the probably originally McKay, a Scotch whisky; the term now alludes to the “first or best of its kind” or “the actual one.” [Pop. Culture: Payton, 409]
To Tell the Truth
question-and-answer probe to determine which of three people is the “the real McCoy.” [TV: Terrace, II, 383]
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It's not what he said but the genuineness of his presence and the depth of his anguish that led me to galvanize, connect the dots to make life better for him.
Consultants help to understand what design features are critical for genuineness identification, what are "nice to have" and what features may be even confusing.
They all have their different styles, but the one common ground among them all is absolute consistency and genuineness. And Doug Pederson is just himself.
According to a notification issued by the IG office, Additional IG CTD Sanaullah Niazi, DIG East Sultan Ali Khawaja and DIG South Azad Khan have been asked to conduct an inquiry to assess and conduct the genuineness of the encounter by Malir police and to dig out the profile of the deceased.
Some of the facts that ought to be verified are the contestants' criminal records, genuineness of degrees, tax payment, wealth assessment, bank defaults, failure to pay utility bills and dual nationality.
The extended verification facility, which would be available within a fortnight, would combine all existing and future verification services in one place on the FBR's website and all the taxpayers would be able to check the genuineness of all correspondence with the board.
Four of the men called the Indian gold merchant twice to sell him gold bars before the deal was called off after the merchant demanded that he wanted to check the genuineness and quality of the bars.
The issue was buried when Rivera's personal shopper proved the shirt's genuineness on social media.
Dubliner Mary said: "He was very upset and he was very hurt and that's how you know the genuineness in him.
The Centre is probing cases of "some prominent people" evading taxes in the garb of agricultural income, but there is no proposal or move to tax farmers, finance minister Arun Jaitley said in Rajya Sabha last week JD(U)'s Sharad Yadav and BSP's Mayawati said the Central Board of Direct Taxes had asked its officials to verify the genuineness of agricultural income claims exceeding Rs 1 crore made by taxpayers in their income-tax (I-T) returns, as reported by TOI in its March 13 edition "There are many prominent people who have done this and the probe is on against them.
Saudi Al-Ardhah is considered an important chapter of the National Festival for Heritage and Culture, aiming to enhance the Arab genuineness and legacy values in the souls of new generations.
The Egyptian community in Kuwait is one of the largest in the country that enjoys every respect and appreciation, Al-Khurainij said, pointing out Cairo's supportive role to Kuwait during the Iraqi invasion in 1990, as well as its honorable participation in the Liberation of Kuwait war in 1991, which proved the Egyptian people's genuineness and bravery in backing just causes during times of crisis in the Arab region.