endorsement


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Synonyms for endorsement

Synonyms for endorsement

the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

an indication of commendation or approval

Synonyms for endorsement

a promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books)

a speech seconding a motion

a signature that validates something

the act of endorsing

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Customers employ brand links that are the outcome of aspirational celebrity endorsement to reveal their self-concept.
As he says, "The Higher Education Endorsement Program was created to address the concern that many schools are failing to adequately prepare their students for their lifelong careers.
Every day, more than 10 million LinkedIn users post endorsements of businesses on that social-networking site.
On the other hand, if Obama's endorsement percentage falls that far, he may be in the same position as George H.
We are debating whether or not to do a presidential endorsement this year," said David Averill, the editorial page editor.
The researchers take into account that in the US, newspapers are potentially biased in favour of one of the candidates and found that voters rationally account for the credibility of any endorsement.
The new feature is only available as an endorsement to the Commercial General Liability Policy.
The endorsement groups are Additional Insureds, Exclusion/Limitation, Additional Coverage, General, Professional Liability, and Terrorism.
The Daily Herald offered some help with the endorsement we published on Feb.
A Proposal Is Sought For The Provision Of Administrative And Development Support To The Higher Education Institutions In The Development Of Their Submissions For Professional Endorsement From The North South Education And Training Standards Committee For Youth Work.
So far, I have been serializing my Articles of this Series in Alphabetical order and therefore Malicious Damage Endorsement of the Fire Insurance Policy ought to have been followed the previous one accordingly.
An endorsement is surprising when the newspaper has not traditionally endorsed the candidate's party.
Sometime around 2012, as LinkedIn evolved, it added the endorsement capability through which first-level connections in your network could give you a virtual thumbs-up for certain skills.
Therefore, their liability insurers typically include an "MCS-90" endorsement on their policies.
But these endorsements are subject to the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Endorsement Guides.