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    1. We possess a great deal of knowledge, mental power, and capacities, which have never been drawn forth from the realm of the subconscious into objective usefulness; anyone who has watched the effect of Meditation upon the beginner will substantiate this statement

    2. to substantiate these rumours

    3. We can only report what we can substantiate, but there's tons more that we can't

    4. Here is an extract7 from the Maine Family Court document, which was to substantiate what I was finding out about the children‘s disposition

    5. Oh and please don’t forget, every single on of the 30,000 denominations are correct and the other 29,999 are most probably going to hell because they have a different conviction, even if it is a small difference, but each of these reads and studies the same bible! How is this possible? How could all this come from ONE SPIRIT of ONE GOD? The only possible answer I can derive is that the bible is reduced to a mere piece of clay or putty which I can shape how, when and where I want, to suit myself, to create a “god” that serves me and nobody dares judge me! The problem of course when one does this is that you are busy with your own religion, which you cannot support, nor substantiate from scriptures

    6. His lack of tensile strength made it difficult to attack or substantiate relevant areas of concentration, including intoxication from frivolous cases

    7. “The drug screen would have provided solid evidence to substantiate his story, but as we discussed, it can’t be used

    8. I couldn’t find any collateral declared to substantiate this loan

    9. And to further substantiate what I have pointed out here Eron and another professor returned to this same county in 1982 some years later

    10. So I made a few inquiries about those allegations but found nothing to substantiate them

    11. All the while, the captain took pictures with a camera through his periscope, to substantiate his victory claims and document the end of the Japanese ships

    12. “Sometimes vacations are supposed to be like that,” Faye stated though the tone of her voice did not substantiate her claim

    13. If that was the case, he would need to seriously weigh everything she said before making any rash or unwise decisions that he could not substantiate in court with irrefutable, unprejudiced facts; otherwise, any such controversial case would be immediately dismissed on circumstantial evidence and would leave a scar on his reputation

    14. His passionate account of his experiences in the field hospitals would further substantiate his stories, though he undoubtedly found time to devote to true missionary work, and conceal his activities behind charitable pretenses that would not be questioned by the most astute individuals

    15. “The window?” Feltus inquired curiously, his voice laced with disappointment yet his eyes filled with ardent interest in the possibility that could further substantiate his ledge theory

    16. making wild accusations you can’t substantiate

    17. any proof to substantiate their accusations, and without proof, there was

    18. many witnesses to substantiate his alibi

    19. we see or hear, we often find reasons to substantiate the information

    20. “And you claim to have assay reports that substantiate your

    21. My name is Lieutenant Wickland,” he replied as he slowly removed his badge to substantiate his claim

    22. reality dictates that in many cases the returns will not substantiate the risk incurred, and a portfolio can languish for many years without moving toward the line

    23. Further research is underway to substantiate these findings (20 mg at

    24. ‘Meneer, I have been through your summation and in Police terms there is enough here to investigate, substantiate, question and seek repudiation

    25. For the sales negotiator expect the buyer to ask the detail behind your offer and be prepared to substantiate it with logic, reason and credibility

    26. biblical authors is the reality that there in nothing in reliable involuntary nature to substantiate those

    27. 'Can they substantiate that?'

    28. he could substantiate the circumstances, or was this a misunderstanding in nature

    29. emphasized that he couldn"t substantiate his theory, yet, but believed that Robert"s discovery

    30. Unfortunately for Gould though his argument had little or nothing to substantiate it

    31. He could substantiate what he said, showing that different parts of the Bible were written by different authors, and that some of the texts of these same authors hadn’t bee n put in the Bible because they were pure fantasy

    32. The twins' father had disappeared, and there were rumors he had murdered his mother, but no one was able to substantiate the reports

    33. These observations further substantiate the notion that hitting the mark is ordinarily

    34. substantiate my incorrectness with facts of where I go wrong, then yes, you are part of the conspiracy and

    35. What we see is not merely the truth and it requires reasoning to see the truth and substantiate

    36. the gravity they require which is probably less than the requirements needed to substantiate the cosmos’

    37. � It teaches to initiate and substantiate the dominator model we had seen earlier when everything and everyone had to fit within the hierarchy of domination�to stay in line

    38. � As a result, we further substantiate, feed, and feel we need a strong, clear, conformist identity and an ego to act for it and defend it from other identities and egos

    39. He is expected only to substantiate his mental illusion, though contradictions galore arise in the process

    40. below in order to substantiate the reasonability for this

    41. peutic schools not only was able, but even tried to substantiate the

    42. a therapist uses to substantiate the true character of his world outlook,

    43. And as to taking advantage of the ignorance and simplicity of working men and trying to mislead them with nonsensical claptrap, it would have been more to the point if Mr Grinder had taken some particular Socialist doctrine and had proved it to be untrue or misleading, instead of adopting the cowardly method of making vague general charges that he cannot substantiate

    44. It is also worth mentioning that analysts and traders have considered the volume and changes in volume to be extremely important around these areas, but I have been unable to substantiate those claims in my own work

    45. And while the testimony of jailhouse snitches was generally considered suspect or useless, Yuki was hoping that the virtually identical statements of these three women would together substantiate Junie Moon’s confession

    46. It didn’t substantiate anything, but it kept me flipping through more pages

    47. Captain Davis, who lay with his head on a gun, was thrown out of his cabin!" Lionel then goes on to impute the shock to an earthquake, and seems to substantiate the imputation by stating that a great earthquake, somewhere about that time, did actually do great mischief along the Spanish land

    48. He says: "I have carefully avoided drawing conclusions which did not necessarily follow from the premises advanced by me, and least of all should I think of uttering an insinuation where I was unable to substantiate a fact

    49. "You will find that, in my correspondence with you, I have carefully avoided drawing conclusions that did not necessarily follow from the premises advanced by me, and least of all should I think of uttering an insinuation, where I was unable to substantiate a fact

    50. Jackson concludes in the words which are said to contain this offensive repetition of the imaginary insult: "You will find in my correspondence with you, that I have carefully avoided drawing conclusions that did not necessarily follow from the premises advanced by me, and least of all should I think of uttering an insinuation where I was unable to substantiate a fact

    1. There is a report that one girl has died but this is not substantiated

    2. Elenir continued, “If that can be substantiated, here is the most probable initial destination for them

    3. Many people would argue that the information contained in the Bible cannot be substantiated scientifically

    4. We listen to people’s ideas and views about subjects - you have also considered my personal views in this book - but in the end you need to know whether the information that is presented by someone else can be fully substantiated and/or trusted completely

    5. This substantiated the suspicions about Atzerodt that Booth had already feared

    6. All of Butler's claims were substantiated with extensive bank records, letters, and witnesses

    7. She looked behind an easy chair and she pulled out a rolled up picture of a girl in a bathing suit, as if that substantiated her point

    8. read in verses 2 to 4, the above doctrine is substantiated in full

    9. Its chemotherapeutic value has not been fully substantiated and the mode of action of its bioactive compounds against diseases has no yet been established

    10. Faith --- Will be used in context of confidence/trust in a person, in their ability; as belief not based solely on proof --- more likely a hypothesis that is substantiated by fact; and or doctrines or teachings of a system of religion, such the Christian faith --- the Jewish faith

    11. substantiated facts to support this, then alert your boss

    12. While Maltz’s theory wasn’t really substantiated in scientific research, it did spark a lot of interest in the subject of habit formation and behavioural change

    13. With the recent demise of Eddie Corton, subsequent to the interview the recorded confession can now never be substantiated

    14. "Was that substantiated?" asked Travis curiously

    15. “Your Honor, the information printed by the paper was substantiated by several witnesses, specifically by the wife of Terry Sanders

    16. The record-keeping substantiated that the funds had been duly delivered to Equity but had then disappeared in-house

    17. least, not been substantiated by any scientific research

    18. The doctor substantiated my advice and put him on Zoloft for depression and

    19. The requestor would paint the suspect as a traitor verbally to give the hit man personal motive that may not be substantiated

    20. Can this be substantiated? The answer of course comes

    21. evidently alone all night, giving him no alibi that could be substantiated in court

    22. had told him could be substantiated; it was all speculation at this point

    23. land in Hawaii? Nothing that Thomas had said could be substantiated

    24. This further substantiated his conclusion that Dan had

    25. evidence substantiated the geologists’ claims that the field was empty

    26. further substantiated by the present and projected cash-flow of the company

    27. Miller/Modigliani, which further substantiated their research: in a world without taxes, or

    28. Further substantiated by both Robert Levy and

    29. The only other person who could have substantiated

    30. In Merger and Acquisition negotiations, due diligence work is necessary before a deal is completed to ensure that claims made by either party are substantiated; during the deal-making the parties agree which issues will be examined and where the red lines are, beyond which the deal is off

    31. Substantiated by illustration, this knowledge is the sovereign of all

    32. ” Information pollution is an environmental cause of ID; information dysplasia – the inability to frame and discern the distinction between trivial and significant, new and improved, speculative and substantiated data – is a symptom of ID

    33. do not accept his appraisal of a woman’s rights and status to be a substantiated conclusion

    34. Thereby, He substantiated his mission in order that people may glorify their messenger and follow him, and then their spirit accompany that pure and virtuous spirit and rise with it to their Creator where they witness the Godly Perfection and see the realities by that Godly Light

    35. this cannot be substantiated as her body was never recovered

    36. Crisis produces real change with actions that depend on ideas; simple assertions rarely substantiated by research

    37. When anyone is repeating the information that is passed on as being unblemished factual substantiated

    38. Physics holds the opinion that God cannot be proven or be substantiated

    39. substantiated as a verified fact then the mere conveying of such information becomes fraud

    40. the Big Bang and maintaining this flow of material is substantiated in a concept named as the Hubble

    41. professors claiming Newtonian ideas are substantiated by proof, I say that notwithstanding your personal

    42. substantiated by proof, I say that notwithstanding your personal academic qualifications and while at the

    43. Although it wasn't substantiated for the entire night, so far, they had been unable to discover any long period when he wasn't vouched for by someone

    44. When I did that, where would I locate my locus of control when I drove without the pass?� Did I control my driving out of my choice to drive carefully because it was the right thing to do, or did I drive that way only because I feared the punishment of receiving a ticket and all the grief that went along with a ticket?� My control of my driving, the location of that control, would have been in the hands of the law and the conformist dominator model that validated and substantiated the law

    45. I further request that this be investigated further with the creditor, and that unless substantiated, these entry be deleted and removed from my report

    46. We have explored the power of the mind in relation to believing in particular ‘beliefs’ that are not substantiated by evidence-based proof

    47. nothing’, is substantiated by modern cosmology

    48. Rumor holds Adam was not always Fae, although that has not been substantiated

    49. K’VRUCK: Allegedly the most ancient of the Unseelie caste of Royal Hunters—although it is not substantiated that he is truly Unseelie

    50. Some were perusing the article, others making comments and recalling circumstances which substantiated the charges still more

    1. The American Psychological Association also substantiates this by saying that 1/3 of Americans are living with extreme stress and that 48% believe stress has risen over the last five years

    2. gastroenterologist, substantiates the importance of being in a stable and

    3. “George, I’m sure the inspector has more evidence that substantiates his claims

    4. objective principle that substantiates their position

    5. substantiates: LTD/CAP has a negative correlation with earnings of -0

    6. � The myth of the Oracle at Delphi speaks to us in a way that substantiates that idea

    7. � That conception of life creates fear, and fear substantiates the need for the dominator model

    8. But his correspondences with the Finance Secretary substantiates that he was defend-

    9. I’ll also be contacting the evening papers to tell them that I have material which substantiates the image of you that emerged in connection with your assault on Renata Kapusinski

    1. The Bible does not provide any substantiating evidence, which would support the theory that God performed any creative work prior to the 6-day creation as described in Genesis 1

    2. Substantiating his claim, the debt was confirmed by club records to have existed and been canceled shortly after the paging

    3. bringing and substantiating proof will be fruitless and counter productive

    4. scientific fact with very little argument or substantiating proof about that required

    5. This means that singularity forms the Universe by moving material in terms of singularity substantiating that is because it can move

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    Synonyms for "substantiate"

    substantiate affirm confirm corroborate support sustain actualise actualize realise realize body forth embody incarnate materialise externalise externalize personify accomplish authenticate validate ratify verify attest

    "substantiate" definitions

    establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

    represent in bodily form

    make real or concrete; give reality or substance to

    solidify, firm, or strengthen