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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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Among those pouncing on the endorsement Monday was the campaign of Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
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.
In a race for judge, which readers are likely to have little information, the endorsement will move tens of thousands of votes," Dold said.
The campaigns encompassed endorsements from a wide range of celebrities and professional athletes such as Drew Brees, Snoop Dogg, Matt Hasselbeck, Enrique Iglesias, Khloe Kardashian, Nick Swisher, and Kendra Wilkinson.
The mezzanine loan endorsement has been revised to follow the form more typically utilized nationally.
It might be expected that Obama supporters would be more aware of Powell's endorsement of their candidate, but the results show no difference in awareness between current supporters of Obama and current supporters of John McCain.
The IRS does not interpret its statutes simply to bar pastors from issuing pulpit endorsements or church coffers to advance candidates.
In addition, don't assume a sub's general liability coverage includes the additional insured endorsement simply because the subcontractor is on the job.
In comparison, sometimes situations arise where an association may reasonably be regarded as giving its official advice or providing its official endorsement of a product or service related to the field it represents.
Along with the endorsement of Ed Rendell, the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO's Executive Council also endorses candidates for Congress and State Legislature (see list of endorsements).
For HRC, the endorsement represents a kind of coming-of-age moment, in gay politics.