In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(statement/story/rumors) confirmar(story/statement/rumors) corroborarcan you substantiate these accusations? — ¿puede probar estas acusaciones?
- The Chicago Tribune reports that a grand jury has been convened, but no evidence substantiating the government's position has been released.
- However no evidence has been found to substantiate allegations that animals have been mistreated.
- I therefore ask you to challenge the spokesman, on my behalf, to produce evidence to substantiate his claims or withdraw them.
- No evidence substantiating this claim has been made public, however, and the CIA itself has refused any comment on the operation.
- They have failed to produce evidence to substantiate the reason for refusal of the application.
- There is evidence in abundance which substantiates my claim.
- However, when some educators, among them representatives of regional accrediting bodies, began to ask for evidence of this assertion, few institutions could provide substantiating documentation.
- The strategy is about substantiating the case and providing a framework to guide development in ways which maximise the potential.
- Hence, our results provide data substantiating the earlier proposition that protein binding and protein folding have similar underlying principles.
- But he did not bother to substantiate his argument by providing any figures.
- Parents were outraged after social services investigators found no evidence to substantiate the claims.
- In themselves they don't really mean a lot unless they can be substantiated by some scientific evidence.
- Journalists try to substantiate allegations with other evidence, but this isn't always possible.
- Scientific tests at the American trials found no evidence to substantiate claims of improved performance.
- These decisions are based on gathering evidence and substantiating facts.
- What's missing is concrete evidence that substantiates the claim and excludes other influences.
- Following the pattern of the previous section, evidence will be provided substantiating the veracity of the themes of the argument.
- Subsequently, the police declared that there was no evidence to substantiate the allegations.
- But the bureau said the motives could either not be ascertained or substantiated by evidence.
- Yet the IGIS inquiry has provided no evidence to substantiate this conclusion.
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