authoritative


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having or arising from authority

worthy of belief, as because of precision or faithfulness to an original

serving the function of deciding or settling with finality

exercising authority

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having authority or ascendancy or influence

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of recognized authority or excellence

sanctioned by established authority

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The ebook provides strategies and tactics that empower content creators to integrate their Authoritative Content as a component within their overall brand strategy.
Drawing on Diana Baumrind's work on authoritative parenting, Larzelere et al.
arents who were empathic and respectful, but who maintained clear boundaries and expectations, were classified as authoritative.
Written and compiled by the staff members and correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications, the "Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Betting Thoroughbreds" is a superbly organized and presented step-by-step instruction manual that will teach the reader how to effectively wager on 'the sport of kinds'.
Mormonism And Evolution: The Authoritative LDS Statements, deftly edited by William E.
In this study, the interactions in one middle-school mathematics classroom are examined for potential sharing of mathematical authority that takes place via a teacher's uses of authoritative discourse.
In conformity with this authoritative teaching, Pope Benedict XVI undertook in his former capacity as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to advise Catholic theologians that they must acknowledge these basic precepts of Christian morality as a condition for teaching in a Catholic institution.
In addition to the usual modes of impeachment, an expert witness is subject to cross examination with authoritative literature.
Prepared by the staff and correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications, The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide To Auctions is a superbly organized and presented instructional manual that anyone contemplating the purchase of a thoroughbred horse simply must read before investing their time and money.
The National Library of Medicine's (NLM[R]) MedlinePlus[R] is a high-quality gateway to consumer health information from NLM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other authoritative organizations.
In contrast to the amount of guidance available for GAAP, there is little authoritative guidance available for preparing and reporting on OCBOA financial statements.
The Annals and BioScience both rank among the top five multidisciplinary science periodicals in the authoritative "Journal Citation Reports" study by the Institute for Scientific Information.
As a result, we have an authoritative edition of one of the most important, as well as compendious, works of seventeenth-century literature and science.
Fourth, the pope's judgment about women's ordination came in an apostolic letter, a very serious and authoritative form of church teaching, and he argued that, as this judgment pertains to the "divine constitution" of the church, it is not open to debate but is to be "held definitively by all faithful Catholics.
The difficulty is that these types of situations will drive management's decisions, but later the guidelines may be used against the company to purport that it didn't comply with basic authoritative literature and consequently was negligent.