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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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This documentation allows IMA's review committee to determine whether the courses offered at the school meet the standards set in place to award the endorsement.
In the box showing your endorsements for that skill, un-check the boxes next to a specific user's endorsements.
Pepper said that the Star has cut back some on the number of endorsements, specifically those for "smaller suburban municipal races because of a smaller staff.
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One pulpit appearance or endorsement from a pastor can reach thousands in a few minutes.
The key tax concern for endorsement programs is that revenue generated from the endorsements may be considered unrelated business income and thus subject to the unrelated business income tax.
A majority of courts across the country also have determined that a vendor's endorsement is inapplicable if the vendor, whether by participating in the creation of the product or by altering or repairing it, may be responsible for the alleged defect out of which the product liability suit arose.
What we're saying here is that supporting our issues can get you an endorsement from HRC," says Winnie Stachelberg, the group's political director.
Tiger has attracted additional sponsors such as American Express and Buick, which recently signed him to a $30 million endorsement deal.
COLEMAN YOUNG, the canny and powerful former mayor of Detroit, once explained why he didn't make endorsements in many political races.
Hoping to increase sales to a growing athletic and health-conscious public, bedding makers are touting chiropractic endorsements, medical benefits and back-saving features, but not all retailers are convinced it's the right prescription.
Applying CIGA's logic that exclusionary endorsements are needed would have meant that the California Department of Insurance, The Ratings Bureau and all California insurers writing this line of risk simply failed to follow the law for the last 40 years," Adreani points out.