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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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A joint proposal from the program and constitution committees prohibits Labor Party entities from running or endorsing candidates for office at least until the 1998 convention.
By endorsing the CERES Principles we are publicly affirming our environmental commitment and committing to accountability for our performance.
The highest support is with those between the ages of 18 and 44, with the older end of the range slightly more endorsing (i.
senator in 1954, amended the tax code to bar non-profit groups from endorsing political candidates.
Also endorsing Levine was Assemblyman Paul Koretz, D-West Hollywood.
The Right Solution is pleased to announce that the Company has another Olympian endorsing its product.
Second, you are sticking to your philosophy of endorsing against the candidate the Los Angeles Times endorses.
The IRS currently prohibits all nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, including churches, temples, synagogues and other religious associations, from endorsing or opposing candidates for public office.
Floyd & Associates (JMFA) of Houston endorsing the profitability-consulting firm as its "Preferred Business Affiliate" for the Overdraft Privilege program.
A controversial campaign mailer endorsing school board member Valerie Fields under the letterhead ``Academic Decathlon Team of El Camino High School'' has prompted the U.
The Internal Revenue Service should investigate a New York City church for violating federal tax law by endorsing Democratic candidate Al Gore for president, according to Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
We know that NYCE Network participation is prevalent among mid-Atlantic financial institutions, so endorsing NYCE is a good way to help keep our member credit unions competitive," said Jane Bailey, Executive Vice President with Delaware Credit Union League.
But we saw that not endorsing at this time might send a message that we're against Gore, and we didn't want to be seen that way.
Attorneys for the Americans Civil Liberties Union of Southern California sued Redlands, arguing that the city's proclamation violated church-state separation by endorsing one particular faith.
By endorsing the CERES Principles and UNEP Statement by Financial Institutions, as well as expanding upon our current environmental management efforts, products, and services, we improve our ability to proactively manage environmental risk and generate significant cost savings for the corporation - benefiting both the community and our shareholders.