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approval

An affirmative decision by an institutional review board (IRB) that the protocol for a clinical trial has been reviewed and may be conducted at the institution site within the constraints set forth by the IRB, the institution, guidelines for good clinical practice (GCP) and applicable regulatory requirements.
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Commenting on the certification, Arif Amiri, Chief Executive Officer of DIFC Authority, said, "As the first data centre in the UAE to complete this important assessment, we are honored to receive the Uptime Institute M&O Stamp of Approval.
We believe the same stamp of approval will provide the same level of safety,'' said Kelly, who also is chairman of the Reusable Launch Vehicles Working Group of the Transportation Department's space advisory committee.
That's roughly the procurement budget of the department of Homeland Security, branded with the Bush stamp of approval in late November.
Last week, the branded Welsh Beef received the stamp of approval from Rural Development Minister Michael German when he visited the St Merryn Meat plant at Merthyr Tydfil to see it processed - the first under the new Date Based Export Scheme (DBES).
For this to happen, the Agriculture Department must give its stamp of approval after reviewing this pilot study.
Not surprisingly, Drizin applauded the AAP's decision: "The stamp of approval from a widely respected and mainstream organization .
Existing diagnostic products, without the EU stamp of approval, can remain on the market only until 2005.
It's also giving homosexual behavior an implied stamp of approval from a tax-supported government institution.
Under the new standards, facilities seeking JCAHO's stamp of approval must, among other requirements, assess and assure staff competency in pain assessment and management, establish policies and procedures that support the administration of effective pain medications, and educate patients and their families about pain management.
Rather it came from an American source with episcopal approval attached, was slightly touched up by personnel of the Institute for Catholic Education (ICE), after which it received the stamp of approval (Imprimatur) from the chairman of the Bishops' Education committee, Bishop James Doyle of Peterborough.
Ordinarily, a product that sails through two levels of FDA review would almost certainly win Kessler's stamp of approval.
93-12, claiming minority interest discounts on gifts of noncontrolling interests to family members has been perceived by many as a technique that has the IRS's stamp of approval.