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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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In practice, plans are confirmable as long as the values given each of the creditors fall within a reasonable range.
However, the International Atomic Energy Agency and the intelligence agencies of the United States and European countries have so far failed to present confirmable evidence to substantiate their claims that Iran is after nuclear weapons.
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Many statements are confirmable only in the context of a theory.
As a contingent proposition ("matter of fact"), however, not only is it impossible to verify this principle, due to the unrestricted general character of this claim, which extends way beyond our perceptions, it is not even confirmable.
Central philosophical premises are not empirically confirmable.
As McGinn insists elsewhere, analyses are not supposed to be readily confirmable by the merest reflection.
Through understanding the homeopathic "map" of these kingdoms, it is often possible to find, in an exciting yet straightforward and confirmable manner, the simillimum.
Further, the systematic collection of these insights over a period of years from a wide range of program areas would yield credible, transferable, dependable, and confirmable data to answer the guiding research question (see Lincoln & Guba, 1985, for a discussion of measures of validity and reliability in qualitative research).
In short, if a plan meets all of the requirements of [section] 1325(a), but fails to comply with some of the requirements of [section] 1325(b), the plan could still be confirmable if no one objects to confirmation.
By stages, strategic effect happens and is felt in first-order, second-order, and probably third-order and beyond, consequences, untraceably in confirmable detail.
Consideration of offers on comparables should probably be last on the list of techniques used, however, because of the lack of confirmable data, and, on occasion, the time between the offers and the effective date of appraisal.