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cer·ti·fy

(ser'ti-fī),
To commit a patient to a mental hospital in accordance with the laws of the state.
[L. certus, certain, + facio, to make]

certify

(sûr′tə-fī′)
v. certi·fied, certi·fying, certi·fies
v.tr.
1. To issue a license or certificate to.
2. To declare to be in need of psychiatric treatment or confinement.

cer′ti·fi′er n.

certify

(sĕrt′ĭ-fī″) [L. certus, certain, + facio, to make]
1. To confirm or verify.
2. To make a declaration concerning the sanity of an individual.
3. To report certain specified diseases to public health authorities.
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In March, an audit ordered by Kathleen Merrigan, the deputy secretary of agriculture and a longtime proponent of sustainable agriculture, concluded that the NOP has failed to consistently oversee organic certifiers or clarify the rules, undermining the "assurance that products labeled as organic are meeting a uniform standard."
For example, most theories assume that sellers and certifiers have perfect information about product quality, and therefore restrict the certifier's role to solving the lemons problem.
Marilou Ampuan, president of the Universal Islamic Center and vice president for Halal of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc., told reporters that local certifiers need to register with the Philippine Accreditation Board (PAB).
For instance, the University of Tennessee's MADE IN TENNESSEE mark certifies only goods that "have been manufactured within the State of Tennessee and are or will be marketed in accordance with the certifier's certification standards." (50) On the other hand, the MADE IN ALASKA mark's certification statement includes four detailed prongs regulating different product classes, including fairly specific rules requiring, for instance, documentation to certify that the any out-of-state raw materials used in manufactured products could not have been obtained within the state.
For example, a tester is considered a certifier if it meets ISO/IEC 61935 and TIA I 152-A accuracy requirements and has ETL Level III/IIIe verified accuracy.
Assessing the Dalian trains' safety, compatibility with MRT-3, and compliance with their Terms of Reference, through a highly qualified, independent, and ISO certified certifier, with extensive experience in the certification of trains, has always been the DOTr's approach in resolving the Dalian trains issue, which is consistent with prudent international industry practice.
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IDEAL Networks has launched the new Optical Certifier I (OC I) Tier-1 certifier for multi-mode and single mode fiber cabling.
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