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The act of volunteering is a self-validating experience that boosts volunteers' confidence and self-esteem.
The truth is that the contemporary art movement is self-validating, with those who see through the smokescreen reluctant to say so lest they are accused of being philistines.
Turn a blind eye or a severed ear away from the self-validating punditry and propaganda being spouted from the Copacabana eye view of this tournament and a different picture emerges.
of Southern California) presents nine essays on a variety of problems that involve confrontations between evidence and some form of abstraction, each invoking a particular and often self-validating definition of what evidence is.
The ProofMark technology provides a self-validating cryptographic seal that acts as a tamper indicator that is impossible to manipulate, even by trusted insiders.
Avenio flexibly integrates into current business processes, allowing for seamless migration from discontinuous engineering and compliance work practices to coordinated processes that are self-validating and self- documenting.
By that he means "four large, self-validating configurations of symbols, values, temperaments, patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, and patterns of discourse .
As a Gen-X practitioner of the Oulipo school of self-validating process-texts, the midcentury Dadaist-inspired avant-garde movement that audaciously argued that creativity required not freedom but rather form, specifically rules--precise and entirely arbitrary--for its fullest expression, Nufer works with elegant virtuosity within the self-imposed discipline.