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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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'Asia-Pacific Group endorses India for Non-Permanent Seat of United Nations Security Council.
Royal Decree 48/2017 endorses the oil agreement signed on November 14, 2017 between the Government of the Sultanate of Oman and ARA Petroleum Oman B31 Ltd for Block 31 B.
1- It means that it endorses the bribe money Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab gave the ministers
ABA also currently endorses the Cleartouch, Precision, Premier and Signature platforms from Fiserv for their unique combination of services and features as well as their ability to meet the needs of financial institutions of any type and size.
* NA PAC endorses candidates that support MONA and its legislative and regulatory agenda
I doubt there's a reader under 30 who gets why newspapers endorse presidential candidates -- and most of the ones I talk to ask the following: How can a newspaper be objective on the front page when it endorses a candidate on the editorial page?
Its LCV Action Fund endorses candidates every election year, publishes lengthy reports on their voting records, produces and distributes both "Environmental Champion" and "Dirty Dozen" classifications for politicians, and spends money endorsing and opposing candidates.
After all, if a newspaper endorses candidates, and mostly candidates from one political party, how does that endorsement differ from the issue advocacy ads that many reformers, including proponents on many editorial pages, want government to curb or control?
The Sierra Club's new call for population "reductions," however, endorses negative population growth, one that's below replacement-level fertility.
District Judge Harry Hupp issued a temporary restraining order against the city's proclamation, insisting that the move "endorses Christianity" in violation of the U,S.
The GOP platform also endorses (albeit in purposely bland and coded language) fresh incursions on the principle of church state separation: