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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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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.
They are free to issue reports and even criticize or praise politicians, but they cannot endorse candidates.
The Sierra Club's new call for population "reductions," however, endorses negative population growth, one that's below replacement-level fertility.
He has always been a strong public school advocate and did not endorse government support for private schools.
In order to receive personalized offers for everyday consumer products, Endorse users can download the company's free mobile app for iOS and Android.
Schwarzenegger has yet to endorse a budget-overhaul measure for the ballot, but is expected to do so.
Jim Combs told the Detroit News that he never meant to endorse anyone.
Skaters whose companies deem appropriate to serve as spokespersons for certain products are certainly free to endorse any such product, however ridiculous.
The HRC board's decision to endorse D'Amato--and donate $5,000 to his campaign--was based on his incumbency and his record in the just-ended session of Congress.
One major union delegation, the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), dissented from the larger union consensus and introduced an amendment from the floor that would have permitted state and local entities to run and endorse candidates.
Endorse, the next generation offers platform for consumer brands, announced today a new capability that allows shoppers to earn even more cash back by "endorsing" offers from their favorite brands and sharing them with friends.
Schwarzenegger has yet to announce his re-election plans, but that didn't stop the California Republican Party from adopting a rules change enabling the organization to endorse a candidate before the emergence of a victor in the party's June primary election.
That plank would endorse proposed federal legislation to prohibit federal judges from hearing cases involving acknowledgements of God.
Instead, it adopted "A New Organizing Approach to Politics" that, ultimately, boiled down to a single line: "The Labor Party will not endorse candidates of any kind, will not run people for office, and will not spend any Labor Party resources on electoral campaigns, before an electoral strategy is adopted by a national Labor Party convention, nor before we prove capable of recruiting and organizing working people around a new agenda.
According to association officials, KBA chose to endorse BSG Financial's Re$ubmitIt for its ability to strengthen relationships between member banks and their commercial accountholders through a mutually beneficial, value-added solution.