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use "corroboration" in a sentence

This also requires corroboration.

The New York Times, under the direction of its owner and publisher, Arthur Hays Sulzberger took two steps in November 1942, in response to the official corroboration of the Holocaust, that illustrate the Time's policy.

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Position of the Defence From the beginning, the defence has stressed that the case had been fabricated and that there is plenty of evidence to corroborate this point of view.

In 2006, a lawsuit was filed against Helem accusing it of "public indecency and corrupting the youth", but after investigations failed to corroborate this claim, the lawsuit was dropped.

Also, one account used to corroborate this version is of an alleged eyewitness, a farmer who claimed he saw five men hacking a man in a hammock.

The factors mentioned above serve to corroborate the epigenetic hypothesis.

The formal records are on file to corroborate the testimony of the Memories of Mercy if they are required.

They argue that this may not exclude infant baptism, but rather corroborate it.

Both procedures were used to corroborate the truth of her allegation, the torture device used due to the belief that if a person can tell the same story under torture as without it, the story must be true.

He produced several important Turkish witnesses who would not corroborate their statements to the reporters; indeed, some denied ever meeting them.

FBI agent Paul Rico had offered French and Casseso leniency if they would corroborate Barboza's false testimony.

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