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be confirmed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe confirmedbe confirmedRRCto be made a full member of the Christian Church in a special ceremony confirm
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be confirmedMoments later his suspicions were confirmed as it gradually slid open.In the remaining patient, amyloid deposits of the jejunum were confirmed by intraoperative biopsy specimens.Again, this was confirmed by the application of simple statistical regression analysis.In the March 18 reshuffle nine ministers were confirmed in their positions.If your experiment is confirmed, it will be a sensational advance.It was confirmed last night that the idea of privately-run detention centres was being pursued within the Home Office.That was confirmed on Saturday and Ratner was told around 1 p. m. that afternoon.
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