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give credence to someone or something

to consider someone or something as believable or trustworthy. How can you give credence to a person like Henry? I can't give any credence to Donald. He tells lies. Don't give credence to what he says. Please don't give credence to that newspaper article.
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Credence, Credence Systems, SC Series, and SC 312 are trademarks of Credence Systems Corporation.
Our continued investment in Credence's product portfolio is driven both by its performance and by demand from our customers who use Credence test systems in volume production and want to ensure the same high quality of testing from design through manufacturing," said S.
Contact: Judy Dale, Vice President, Marketing Communications and Investor Relations of Credence Systems Corporation, +1-408-635-4309, or fax, +1-408-635-4986, or judy_dale@credence.
Credence continues to provide innovative, cost-effective test solutions in this rapidly growing market.
Note to Editors: Credence and Credence Systems are trademarks of Credence Systems Corporation.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Credence Systems Corporation (Nasdaq:CMOS), IMS is headquartered in Beaverton, Ore.
Credence also announced the grant of an employment inducement stock option award to Owen on July 16, 2007.
It's a great honor for us to be recognized by one of the industry's premier authorities and influencers," says Lavi Lev, CEO and president of Credence Systems.
Credence Systems Corporation is a provider of debug, characterization and ATE solutions for the global semiconductor industry.
Credence Systems Corporation is a leading provider of debug, characterization and ATE solutions for the global semiconductor industry.
NOTE: Credence is a registered trademark, and Credence Systems is a trademark, of Credence Systems Corporation.
Credence Technologies' products help manufacturers manage electrostatic discharge and electromagnetic emission issues in the design and production of components such as semiconductors, hard disc drives and flat panel displays.
Rapidly validating a VLSI circuit's design and identifying yield limiting factors as well as reliability issues are important for achieving time-to-market and profitability goals," said Dave Ranhoff, president and chief executive officer of Credence Systems Corporation.
Credence Systems Corporation (Nasdaq:CMOS) is a leading provider of debug, characterization and ATE solutions for the global semiconductor industry.
His extensive background in the semiconductor industry will be an asset to Credence as we commit to deliver increasingly differentiated value in engineering and production test solutions for the consumer age.