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to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

to assume responsibility for the quality, worth, or durability of

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guarantee payment on

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guarantee as meeting a certain standard

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declare legally insane

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The certifier will also publish the name of manufacturer, products, sizes and other applicable information in its official listing.
organizational transformation: virtually all leading certifiers in the
The Approved Certifier of Construction Scheme is operated by SNIPEF on behalf of the Scottish Ministers.
Section II reviews both theoretical and empirical literatures about professional certifiers.
In this fully integrated, security engineered system, the certifier's testing efforts verify that the IA controls have been met or not, but as mentioned earlier, the final self assessments as part of the security engineering should have identified most if not all of the certifiers findings already.
The invoice data remain in the database server, and depending on the invoice routing information applied by the vendors, can be viewed by the inspectors, acceptors, certifiers (a.
The organization accredits and oversees independent certifiers who monitor logging companies' fulfillment of its standards.
Soil Association director Patrick Holden said it was lobbying for the new system, which it says would allow it to see off the rival certifiers.
Forty-two local, state and foreign organizations have been accredited to act as certifiers of the products.
There's too much emphasis on third-party certifiers.
Enter the certifiers, who may be a major force in the forest of the future.
Further, the author does not deal with the interactions which would certainly exist between the consumption stock embedded in addicted art-lovers and the behavior of certifiers.
ONC should either eliminate the need for certifiers to establish a physical presence of their own, or conversely to allow for certifiers to establish a "virtual" office for conducting certification.