the paper should have established the authenticity of the documents before publishing them
(authentic) conforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief; "an authentic account by an eyewitness"; "reliable information"
(authentic) not counterfeit or copied; "an authentic signature"; "a bona fide manuscript"; "an unquestionable antique"; "photographs taken in a veritable bull ring"
Authenticity is a technical term in existentialist philosophy, and is also used in the philosophy of art and psychology. ...
In historical reenactment, authenticity (sometimes referred to as the A-factor or simply A) is a measure of how close an item, prop, action, weapon, or custom is, to what would actually have been used or done in the time period being depicted.
(Authentic (album)) Authentic is an album released by Chris Tomlin in 1998.
(Authentic (horse)) Authentic, nicknamed "Bud", foaled 1995, is a Dutch Warmblood gelding that competes in show jumping. He has won three Olympic medals and two World Equestrian Games medals. He is owned by Abigail Wexner and Iron Spring Farm, and is ridden by Olympic medalist Beezie Madden. ...
The quality of being genuine or not corrupted from the original; Truthfulness of origins, attributions, commitments, sincerity, and intentions; The quality of being authentic (of established authority)
(authentic) genuine, real, original
(Authentic) Real and accurate. Having a genuine and verifiable origin. Not fake, phony, or counterfeit.
(AUTHENTIC) The genuine or real article, feel, mood, fact or style as it applies to individual, collective and communal memory, emotions, experience, attitudes, stories, history, cultural attributes and creativity.
(Authentic) A item or portrayal that was in use at the time of the Civil War. Can be backed up by documentation.
(Authentic) A jeanswear term used to describe original jean qualities such as traditional fabric weaves and styling details.
(Authentic) As represented. Genuine. Made when and where the coin purports to have been made.
(Authentic) Assessment a form of performance assessment in which students demonstrate their knowledge and skills in ways that resemble ”real world” situations.
(Authentic) Genuine, aka not fake. Many third party grading services will 'authenticate' a coin.
(Authentic) Having to do with anything the Architect believes is more important than the crap everyone else in his/her profession is producing.
(Authentic) Literally means genuine or being precisely what it claims to be. The term is usually applied to documents and means that the piece of paper corresponds with the original record. It implies that the document being considered is in accordance with the original. ...
(Authentic) The article or product being produced is identical to what the players and coaches wear during games or practices (material is the same, design is the same, same manufacturer as team uniforms, etc.).
(Authentic) True or genuine. Artifacts made in prehistoric times.
(Authentic) Usually refers to original costuming on antique and/or collectible dolls.
(Authentic) What every blogging expert tells you to be or else you risk being a dismal bloggy failure. [editor's note: this is a bloggy word I hate.]
(Authentic) adj. Real or true. In adoption literature, the authentic self is often referred to as the self that would have been had the adoptee remained with the original family and the non-authentic self is the self that is formed in the adoptive family.. ...
(Authentic) evidence can be established as being that of the candidate rather than that of another or of a group; if group work is used as evidence, the candidate's contribution should be clearly identifiable.
(Authentic) meaningful, genuine narratives engage learners through their intent and enhance the depth of knowledge students will attain.