Definitions for "confirmation"
A rite supplemental to baptism, by which a person is admitted, through the laying on of the hands of a bishop, to the full privileges of the church, as in the Roman Catholic, the Episcopal Church, etc.
A mature public affirmation of the faith and commitment to the responsibilities of one's Baptismal vows, and, the laying on of hands by the bishop (see BCP, 412ff.); Sacramental act whereby, through the laying on of hands by a bishop, the strengthening gifts of the Holy Spirit are bestowed on those affirming their commitment to Christ made in Baptism.
An ordinance in which a person is confirmed a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and given the gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands. The ordinance is performed after baptism.
The process by which the Bankruptcy Judge rules that a debtor's plan of reorganization is acceptable to the Court and is fair both to the debtor and the creditors.
when the Senate approves a presidential appointee.
Approval of an appointment. Typically used for Gubernatorial appointments where a Committee holds a public hearing and makes a recommendation to the Senate. The Senate votes whether to accept or reject the recommendation.
The written statement acknowledging a securities transaction. More generally,...
Minutes prepared by the PR agency following a work session or client meeting, summarizing all decisions relevant for future PR work.
Written statement that acknowledges a trade occurred, providing important information such as date, quantity, price, and total amount involved. On FXTrade, confirmation is done through pop-up boxes and the activity log.
This is a document sent by an agency to a client confirming that the client's original instructions have been carried out.
Report sent to the scheduler after an Events Call has been arranged, providing dial-in numbers, passcodes and conference instructions.
Report sent to a Chairperson/Leader after a conference call has been arranged, noting diall-in numbers, passcodes and conference instructions.
Occurs when the action of one indicator corroborates the action of another. The implication is confidence that the trend will continue. The lack of such confirmation is often called divergence.
Indication that at least two indices, in the case of Dow theory the industrials and the transportation, corroborate a market trend or a turning point.
When more than one indicator substantiates the action of another.
The act of confirming or strengthening; the act of establishing, ratifying, or sanctioning; as, the confirmation of an appointment.
The act of confirming or strengthening; the act of establishing, ratifying, or sanctioning. Used in mail finishing, relates to the verification that intended document is in its intended location.
making something valid by formally ratifying or confirming it; "the ratification of the treaty"; "confirmation of the appointment"
The process of obtaining a grant of confirmation. in Scotland. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland this is known as probate.
The Scottish equivalent of Probate.
(in Scotland) A court order confirming the validity of a Will and the identity of Executors. The equivalent under English law is Probate.
a ceremony held in the synagogue (usually at Pentecost) to admit as adult members of the Jewish community young men and women who have successfully completed a course of study in Judaism
Ceremony marking completion of religious school. Usually held on Shavuot.
A ceremony performed in some Reform and Conservative synagogues to replace or supplement the Bar Mitzvah.
Confirmation is a subsequent signal that validates a position or stance. Technical analysts usually look for more than one signal before acting.
A set of operations required to ensure that a refractometer is in a state of compliance with manufacturers specifications and requirements for its intended use. Confirmation includes, inter alia, calibration, any necessary adjustment or repair and subsequent recalibration, as well as any required sealing and labeling.
A subsequent signal that validates a position stance. Traders and investors sometimes compare the prices with two or more technical indicators to ensure they are pointing in the same direction and confirming one another. For example, confirmation of a bullish trend is when the increasing prices are accompanied by a rising OBV.
A notification sent by a dealer describing the terms of a trade.
A document used by security dealers and banks to state in writing the terms and execution of a verbal agreement to buy or sell a security.
Notification of an agreement eg sending a letter to confirm a verbal agreement.
Confirmation is a Bebop standard composed by Charlie Parker in 1946.
That which confirms; that which gives new strength or assurance; as to a statement or belief; additional evidence; proof; convincing testimony.
A limited measurement process after blending to assure that blended concentrations are correct. A process designed to demonstrate that a component of a gas mixture is present at or near the blended concentration, and to provide sufficient information to support the claim that the blended concentration is correct. Confirmation is less rigorous than analysis because, by design, it does not have sufficient work content to estimate the true value of the component concentration or to determine the accuracy.
A charter which reiterates the terms of a previous grant and perhaps grants additional rights. In the Gazetteer, most confirmations are made by the king.
a special type of alert which can ask visitors how they want to proceed
A subsequent indicator or chart pattern, following an initial alert to a trade opportunity, which serves to legitimize the initial alert. Confirmation of a trade is believed to reduce the risk associated with that trade.
an independent promise by a second bank that it will pay, accept, or negotiate a credit, as appropriate, when the documents specified in the credit are presented to it and the other terms and conditions of the credit have been complied with
The written document or telex confirming the foreign exchange deal struck between banks or a bank and a client.
This means that a bank takes on a payment obligation together with the issuing bank
The system repeats customer entered information in order to verify its understanding of the customer response.
information that confirms or verifies
AUDITOR'S receipt of a written or oral response from an independent third party verifying the accuracy of information requested.
A conveyance by which a voidable estate is made sure and not voidable, or by which a particular estate is increased; a contract, express or implied, by which a person makes that firm and binding which was before voidable.
If no valid objections to an order are received then the order can be legally confirmed.  Unless it is confirmed it is not legally effective.  A notice of the confirmed order is published in a local newspaper, displayed on site and Parish notice boards and posted to the landowner and other interested parties. If no objections are receive the change to the right of way network is then complete.
additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct; "fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"
A potential subscriber must authenticate their subscription request by replying to an authentication message. Used to prevent others from signing up people maliciously.
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The customer’s agreement to the information read back by the clerk after calling in his action. The customer should always confirm his wagers by stating his account number and password.
The confirmation is the point in a sales presentation when the representative completes the sale and confirms the payment type, length of the commitment, and the address of the customer.
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The perception of being valued.
Keywords:  venue, agrees, event, sign, client
The client agrees to sign the agreement and form a contract to hold the event at the venue/s.
Having as many market factors as possible agreeing with one another. For example, if prices and volume are rising together, volume is confirming the price action.