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Synonyms for endorse

Synonyms for endorse

Synonyms for endorse

give support or one's approval to

guarantee as meeting a certain standard

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sign as evidence of legal transfer


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Is Buttinsky getting ready to endorse her in the general?
The Air Transport Association sent a letter to airport directors urging them not to endorse the Registered Traveler program.
The revised language says pastors can endorse or oppose candidates "so long as these views are not disseminated beyond the members and guests assembled together at the service.
Log Cabin's decision to not endorse Bush metals the group will exclude itself from the presidential campaign, says political director Chris Barron.
31, provides that a practitioner who prepares returns may not endorse or otherwise negotiate any check issued to a client.
Since his election, Bush has, among many other things, abandoned the Kyoto Protocol on global warming, weakened wetlands protection, gutted mining restrictions on federal lands, called for increased logging, refused to endorse higher automobile fuel-efficiency standards, sued California for enacting tough air laws, repealed a law that would have lowered power-plant emissions, and offered tax "reform" that allows an enormous spectrum of businesses to deduct the full cost of large SUVs in the first year of purchase.
The decision to endorse candidates came with new owners when the paper was bought by MediaNews Group Inc.
Q: What are the legal considerations for a certification organization that wants to evaluate and endorse, for a fee, prep materials for its examination prepared and sold by other companies?
The CCCB explains that it does not endorse the feminist goals or interpretations of the terms "reproductive health" or "rights" but, needless to say, that non-endorsement is not in the literature which carries its name and those of the others as supporters.
A year and a half ago, this issue roiled the membership, which voted overwhelmingly to oppose harsh immigration and population policies and instead to endorse a progressive approach toward population issues, which includes championing the empowerment of women, supporting reproductive health services, and addressing the root economic and political causes of migration.
The report concludes that early childhood teachers largely see themselves as engaging in the practices that they endorse and that attention should be paid to changing teachers' knowledge and values to achieve child-centered practices.
At the June state convention, the parties write a platform and endorse a favored candidate for the September primary.
Constitution, and we endorse legislation to make clear
The IASC will complete 16 standards on subjects such as intangibles, financial instruments, interim reporting, segments and leasing by the middle of 1999, at which time the IOSCO will endorse the IASC.