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credent

(ˈkriːdənt)
adj
obsolete believing or believable
[C17: from Latin crēdēns believing]
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The company partners with industry leaders such as Aricent, Lockheed Martin, Dimension Data, GSP, EJADA, Inline Group, Credent, and Intergraph to deliver value to customers.
CREDENT, its in-house credentials verification organization, is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for ten out of ten verification services.
Yr hyn a wnaethant oedd diosg clymau Fictorianaidd eu magwraeth, a byw fel y credent y dylid byw, yn rhydd o hualau parchusrwydd a chonfensiwn, gan roi bri ar safle''r ferch.
Ex-Rangers and Scotland boss Alex McLeish has also been linked with the job after proving his credent ials by guiding Birmingham to ninth in the Premiership last season.
It is the fi rst time the awards have come to Glasgow and Scott Taylor, chief executive of Gl a sgow Ci t y Marketing Bureau, said: "Th e city's unique fl air and cutting-edge credent ials make it the per fect f it for the Scot t i sh Fashion Awards.
The country, despite regular elections, contrary to many other states in the region and the Middle East, has not been able to develop a credent pluralistic culture of the ballot.
The foreigners reportedly work for Credent Technology, a satellite imaging company.
Yr oedd Joseph McCarthy yn eirias yn ei gasineb o Gomiwnyddion neu unrhyw un y gellid ei alw yn pinco ac yr oedd y Piwritaniaid yn Salem yr un modd yn cael mwynhad rhyfedd mewn erlid merched y credent hwy oedd yn wrachod.
Despite recording with The Rolling Stones, and as a solo artist recording their excellent That Girl Belongs To Yesterday, Gene never crossed over into intellectually credent territory, unless one counts the flattering overtures of Marc Almond, Pitney fan and vampire of sleaze and kitsch cabaret who appreciated the greatness of Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart, re recording the emotionally dramatic 60s ballad with Pitney in the late 80s.
Ophelia's honor will be jeopardized if she listens with "too credent ear" to Hamlet's "songs" (1.
30, 'If with your credulous ear you hear his songs' is altered to 'If with your credulous ear you hearken to him' (Q2 and F read 'If with too credent ear you list his songs'); i.
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