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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.
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Further findings revealed that other groups that have endorsed Bulama, include President Muhammadu Buhari Support Organisation (BSO).
These names were the same individuals endorsed by PCMa religious movement composed of Catholic, Evangelical and Protestant lay leaderslast March.
Only one is endorsed by SCNA, on SCNA letterhead and signed by the current SCNA President.
John Edward Chappell, 56, of Chapel Street, Middlesbrough, fined PS660, licence endorsed with six penalty points, ordered to pay PS85 costs and PS66 in charges for driving without appropriate insurance.
The board has endorsed her candidacy, as it has of president Grant Brookes, who is standing for Capital & Coast DHB.
Fortunately, none of the Indian actors have ever endorsed cigarettes and some have even gone ahead and asked people to kick the butt.
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After the report received from the Returning Officer (RO), Khuzdar for NA-269 and endorsed by the Provincial Election Commissioner Balochistan, the ECP announced re-polling on 21st May at polling stations No.
The Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women Political Action Committee, NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts and the Planned Parenthood Fund of Massachusetts have all endorsed Mr.
In Ohio, after meeting Romney earlier this month, the Columbus Dispatch editorial board endorsed him over Obama.
Perhaps, the questioner suggests, it is simply a matter of schools in wealthier communities being able to afford to employ endorsed librarians and parents in wealthier communities raising children who--being more advantaged socially and economically, and living in more information-rich home environments-tend to earn higher test scores.