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Endorsement

 

a transfer signature, that is, a signature written on the back of a draft, check, bill of lading, or some other type of security to establish transfer of legal title of these documents from one person (the endorser) to another. The endorsement may be a full endorsement, that is, an endorsement to the order of a person (indicating to whom or to whose order the document is transferred), or a blank endorsement (to bearer). The endorsement on a draft or check makes the endorser liable for the amount indicated on the document.

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So he doesn't mind doing ensemble cast films and endorsing liquor as he explains: " I have no problem endorsing a liquor brand as there is no harm in that.
The mission of the National Quality Forum is to improve the quality of American healthcare by setting national priorities and goals for performance improvement, endorsing national consensus standards for measuring and publicly reporting on performance, and promoting the attainment of national goals through education and outreach programs.
The IRS Code forbids tax-exempt, non-profit groups, including houses of worship, from intervening in political campaigns by endorsing candidates.
LCV joined with the New Hampshire chapter of the Sierra Club in endorsing Shaheen, and the battle over environmental voters became heated and bitter.
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.
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.
By endorsing Kerry, and pointing out that Bush has no record on which to run, and therefore must resort to attacking his opponent, you have enraged the first group.
According to an Associated Press report, the League "is endorsing candidates who it believes will support a suggested plank to the Republican platform.
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?
7 million alumni and students of these endorsing institutions now carry MBNA credit cards.