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endorsement

 [en-dors´ment]
the examination by a State Board of Nursing of the credentials of a nurse licensed in a different state, and the determination that the nurse is eligible to receive a nursing license in the second state.

endorsement

[endôrs′mənt]
Etymology: Gk, en + L, dorsum, the back
a statement of recognition of the license of a health practitioner in one state by another state. An endorsement relieves the health practitioner of the necessity of completing the full licensing procedure of the state in which practice is to be undertaken.
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Until the McCain-Feingold bill was passed, many groups on both the left and right used 527 organizations as a conduit to pay for independent television commercials that worked for but did not specifically endorse candidates.
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When you guys endorse this stuff, a lot of duped city officials buy it.
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Two other major local unions - the Police Protective League and United Teachers of Los Angeles - have yet to endorse in the race.
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe issued a statement asserting that it was not the intent of the fliers to endorse a candidate.
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I am astounded that the Daily News would endorse John Kerry for president.
Martin Luther King during the 1960s and knows that while King used lots of tactics to secure civil rights, there was one thing he didn't do: endorse candidates for public office from the pulpit.
It is the ninth university alumni association from the Big Ten to endorse MBNA.
Under the rules of the Republican Party, the prerogative to endorse candidates in a situation like this rests with the general membership in a convention,'' McClintock said at a news conference in Sacramento.
Companies that endorse the CERES Principles voluntarily committed to long-term, continuous, measurable improvement in environmental performance, and to releasing annually to the public a comprehensive report detailing the successes and failures of their efforts.