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- adj. Expressing approbation; commending; as, an approving smile.
- v. Present participle of approve.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Expressing approbation; commending.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. expressing or manifesting praise or approval
- n. the formal act of approving
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They retreated not at all in the face of a Federalist resolution to include an expression approving the President’s denunciation of the Democratic Societies.
Her ingenuity, her creativity in approving reimbursements is the bondage. .er, envy of the free market.
Pennsylvania State, Temple, and two other state-related universities said yesterday that the delay in approving table-games legislation in Harrisburg could affect tuition rates, starting in January.
The report criticized a former commissioner and two device division leaders for their role in approving Menaflex.
You may have wondered at the lack of updates last week, or even the delay in approving your comments.
McCaskill said the delay in approving these nominees is particularly agonizing because most of them passed out of committee with little or no opposition.
The adminstration had initially presented a compelling argument that speed was of essence in approving the stimulus package.
Davis Davis should pursue this one as hard as possible, purely because I want Gordon Brown, David Miliband and Jack Straw to have admit to their part (if they had one) in approving "extraordinary rendition".
If I understand Clinon, she exercised bad judgment in approving the invasion of Iraq.
To see the filth he's been approving is pretty sick, but not unexpected. sgwhiteinfla