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imprimatur

Vox populi Sanction; approval
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Opponents of religious neutrality in public schools are simply seeking official imprimatur for their theological beliefs on human origins.
For emerging artists, the UCLA imprimatur means that other presenters will take the artists much more seriously.
To have to wait for the imprimatur of such individuals is my major challenge," she laments.
bishops have withdrawn their 1995 imprimatur for the Psalter, or collection of Old Testament psalms, translated by the International Commission on English in the Liturgy.
People who lacked the confidence to accept the wide-ranging philosophical change this project represented needed to see the imprimatur of upper management stamped clearly upon it.
Test-tube babies are denied the papal imprimatur because they represent the hubris of engineering what was once universally considered a matter of divine will or natural law.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) says a full line-item budget proposal carrying Bush's imprimatur will not be completed for months.
This brochure is a handy encapsulation of what taxpayers will need to get the payments, and adding the imprimatur of credit unions should assure credit union members that this is information they can trust," said NAFCU President Fred R.
Due to Jia Zhangke's producing imprimatur, pic will automatically make the must-see list for upcoming fests, but will be greeted elsewhere with folded arms.
They usually have their party's imprimatur, and they can mobilize a small army of political workers to get out the vote.
The residences come with the very clear imprimatur of good style and taste.
Only when they are shipped to Dubai can the Godolphin imprimatur be associated with their exploits.