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endorser

[en′dȯr·sər]
(computer science)
A special feature available on most magnetic-ink character-recognition readers that imprints a bank's endorsement on successful document reading.
(graphic arts)
A camera attachment that stamps documents as they are filmed.
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The Boomerang Endorse came after Buttinsky found the time in his busy day to attack Professor Jackie, who's running against Maggie in the Dem guv primary.
But I will never endorse a cigarette brand as I feel it is a wrong habit and very harmful for health.
Airlines request airports not endorse the Registered Traveler program: ATA sent letters to the directors of the top 79 U.
has announced the reintroduction of a bill that would allow houses of worship to endorse candidates for public office.
Zine said he had originally agreed to endorse Hahn several months ago in return for the mayor's endorsement of him.
Five days after the convention ended, the gay political group Log Cabin Republicans on September 7 made good on a promise to fight for inclusion in the party by deciding not to endorse George W.
For one, in many of the years covered, three of the top four newspapers, by circulation, did not endorse anyone for president--USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times consistently refuse to endorse presidential candidates.
6695-1(f)(2) permits a preparer-bank to process a refund check, provided the institution does not initially endorse the check, unless it has made a refund anticipation loan to the taxpayer.
A newfound interest in electoral politics has persuaded many environmental groups and their funders to take a look at fighters like LCV, which work strategically with the tax laws and employ an arsenal of separately purposed entities, including those that can legally endorse candidates, lobby--even contribute money to election campaigns.
Medicare Will Endorse Discount Programs, Giving Purchasing Power to Beneficiaries.
Q: What are the legal considerations for a certification organization that wants to evaluate and endorse, for a fee, prep materials for its examination prepared and sold by other companies?
The CCCB explains that it does not endorse the feminist goals or interpretations of the terms "reproductive health" or "rights" but, needless to say, that non-endorsement is not in the literature which carries its name and those of the others as supporters.