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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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IMA's endorsement recognizes curricula that align with that level of expectation.
In the box showing your endorsements for that skill, un-check the box that says "Show all endorsements for this skill.
Historically, local city and county, regional legislative and all statewide races have had endorsements by newspapers such as Nebraska's Kearny Hub.
They show the least credible endorsements were for Al Gore from The New York Times and for George W.
The campaigns encompassed endorsements from a wide range of celebrities and professional athletes such as Drew Brees, Snoop Dogg, Matt Hasselbeck, Enrique Iglesias, Khloe Kardashian, Nick Swisher, and Kendra Wilkinson.
He added: "Endorsements by large organizations that can pass on the endorsements to their membership, however, can be effective.
It is an honor to receive this important endorsement.
You and your insured would not want to agree to provide the higher tier contractor with broader protection via additional insured endorsement than your client must provide via the contractual indemnification clause.
Because tax consequences are also associated with endorsement programs, associations must also assess how the Internal Revenue Service will treat revenues gained from endorsements.
They can provide him with endorsements, lend him organizational support, and direct campaign contributions his way.
Industry analysts have beer closely monitoring OEM evaluation of DDS replacement technologies because of the impact their endorsements have on product adoption, and IBM's announcements regarding VXA have been characterized as milestones in the battle to replace DDS.
As the Hartford Insurance case should make clear, all parties in the distribution chain and their insurers should be certain that they are aware of the scope and limitations of these endorsements.
In fact, the Human Rights Campaign, whose endorsements many gay voters rely on, is playing both sides of the fence in the Vermont race.
In just three and a half years as a pro, Tiger has gathered more than $45 million in endorsements and set the record for career winnings with almost $15.