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give support or one's approval to

guarantee as meeting a certain standard

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Roy Bellen, commissioner of the archdiocese's communication office, said Tagle was only endorsing the process of discernment used by the lay group People's Choice Movement in a circular dated May 7.
Bachchan, one of the most acclaimed actors of Indian cinema, has been endorsing products for years -- from jewellery to hair oil to cars.
He then asked if any of the pastors had received letters from Americans United warning them against endorsing candidates for public office.
LCV joined with the New Hampshire chapter of the Sierra Club in endorsing Shaheen, and the battle over environmental voters became heated and bitter.
Why should newspapers freely and explicitly endorse candidates, a practice that many editorial writers would find offensive if used by interest groups to support or oppose candidates in issue ads, even when issue ads stop short of explicitly endorsing candidates?
To reduce the global population would require either draconian one-child family policies and/or a massive rise in death rates--not the kinds of population policies the Sierra Club is on record as endorsing.
The result is that each party's endorsing convention has become an outpost of exotic politics.
(Even before delivering his acceptance speech, however, Kemp reversed his position on affirmative action in California, endorsing the so called California Civil Rights Initiative.) Kemp is also a positive campaigner who generally reJects character based campaigns.
Previously, IOSCO had stopped short of endorsing international accounting standards without a commitment from the IASC to revamp its entire set of rules.
Louis Sullivan, MD, Secretary of Health and Human Services, addressed the House and spoke for the Bush Administration in endorsing changes in the Medicare program.
Boots Cadsawan, FPJPM president, said his group has more than 500,000 members who will only vote for the seven candidates they are endorsing.
'What I know is he is endorsing them, every time he has an opportunity to do so,' he said.
On Friday, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's editorial board took the unusual stance of recommending voters reject Trump but abstaining from endorsing any of his opponents.
A Michigan church whose pastor issued a letter endorsing two school board candidates should be investigated by the Internal Revenue Service, says Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
So, now, what's up with endorsing pathetic product that we all know works against the long-term interests of our revered way of life?