attest to


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Related to attest to: come off, for the most part, set out, come to terms, in line with, refer to, up to par
Translations

w>attest to

vi +prep objbezeugen
References in periodicals archive ?
Literally, it means "to make certain, to attest to one's competency in any occupation.
Also, Section 404 requires that the auditor attest to management's assessment of the effectiveness of internal controls.
His ceaseless mental excavations attest to the universally hybrid and media-saturated world that complicates self-determination.
The plays' interest in dominating and sometimes raging women - Althaea, Dido, Phaedra - has occasioned some speculation on Gager as a misogynist, especially since some of his notebook poetry seems to attest to Platonic homosexuality (I.
Rather than waiting months for a Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) inspector to arrive, the owner can now hire a licensed architect or engineer to attest to the true conditions.
This trend toward increasing CPAs' role to attest to management's representations - in addition to financial statement audits - is likely to continue.
Furthermore, ASARS can absolutely attest to the fact that no waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement of US funds or resources occurred during ASARS's contract administration.