In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- But yesterday agents who looked further into the raw intelligence said they had found no evidence to corroborate the threat.
- Further study using a greater number of mares is justified to corroborate the findings of this experiment.
- Council officials however said there is no evidence to corroborate these accusations.
- A study by researchers corroborates the statement of doctors here.
- The only statistical data I have to corroborate my statement is observation.
- Replication in larger sample sizes are needed to corroborate this negative finding.
- In the course of the last three weeks, substantial evidence has been presented to the Senate corroborating these allegations.
- The entire village council gave statements, corroborating the complaint.
- As I have explained she has produced no documentary or other evidence to corroborate those bald assertions.
- Our results corroborate such findings, particularly with respect to intervention assignment.
- Searching around the internet, I wasn't able to find anything to corroborate this statement.
- Observations and data from focus groups corroborated these findings.
- In the 1980s, functional neuroimaging data appeared to corroborate this finding.
- There are heat shield plates around the array that have been badly burned to corroborate our theory.
- New, negative field evidence corroborates these findings.
- The doubted statement is corroborated to a greater or lesser extent by the other statements or circumstances with which it fits in.
- Yet, as Media Matters pointed out at the time, nothing in the report corroborates such assertions.
- What he could do is extend an apology, as he has no evidence whatsoever to corroborate his deplorable allegation.
- As well as corroborating the findings in the previous two sections, this also provides more evidence to suggest that different precursor proteins are imported into chloroplasts via the same import machinery.
- This had enabled the prosecution to successfully question his recollection of events, despite other witnesses corroborating his testimony of a break-in.
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