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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King's announcement Monday marked his return to the endorsement circuit; he sat out in 2012 despite being heavily courted by a number of candidates.
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This endorsement does not apply to violations resulting in criminal indictment or arising out of a criminal act, violations covered by other sections of the policy, or the expenses of those insured while participating in compliance reviews, audits or inspections.
Washington, May 23 (ANI): Political endorsements are usually inconsequential, according to an American political communications expert.
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Powell's announcement of his endorsement of Obama on Sunday's "Meet the Press" program received a considerable amount of press coverage.
Religious Right activists wanted to test the law banning partisan endorsements.
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Legal concerns arise, however, when such use is perceived as giving official advice or providing a formal endorsement of a product or service related to the field or industry the association represents.
But the political fallout will endure for years, especially among gay men and lesbians in New York--and elsewhere--fuming at the Human Rights Campaign's endorsement of Republican incumbent Alfonse D'Amato over his Democratic challenger, Rep.