Definitions

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  • n. An endorsement.

Etymologies

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endorse +‎ -ation.

Examples

  • This endorsation is all the more significant when it is remembered that the movement for nationalizing the telegraph system of the British Isles was commenced and completed by the Chamber of Commerce of the United Kingdom.

    An Imperial Intelligence Union

  • In this connection it's worth stressing that the importance attached to competition policy in a sense constitutes a reaffirmation of the government's endorsation of the fundamental "legitimacy" of the market in a pluralist society.

    Competition Policy in Canada

  • Now the time has come to back up our endorsation of the Montreal bid.

    Message of Munich

  • In my opinion, whether it be four or any other number of units, the importance of this recommendation is in the fact that it constitutes a solid and emphatic endorsation for the continuation of a metropolitan form of government for this area.

    The New Toronto

  • In the new House the Opposition will be smaller in numbers than ever before, but by reason of the strong endorsation of the government by the electorate this Parliament may be more tranquil, for a time, than its predecessor.

    The House of Commons from the Speaker's Chair

  • However, as I was saying about the Conference -- I hope to get such a reasonable endorsation of Canada's stand on the main issues that our party here can work to victory advantage in the next election.

    The Masques of Ottawa

  • L'Honorable listened with a smile of pleasure; Zotique looked all loyalty: and the young men beamed their over-flowing flowing endorsation of sentiments worthy of the Vigers, Dorions, and Papineaus, those grand men whose portraits hung upon their walls.

    The Young Seigneur Or, Nation-Making

  • The plan is an enlightened and educated democracy, and the approach was made to the Inter-Church Council and we have their endorsation for which we are extremely grateful, and they have made available the use of any church property for that purpose.

    Citizenship

  • This, Gentlemen, is the message I bring you from the men of the Merchant Marine, and, needless to say, it has my hearty endorsation.

    Experience on an Atlantic Convoy

  • Such expeditions are not discouraged by the Government provided satisfactory evidence is supplied that they are adequately financed and equipped and have the endorsation of some recognized scientific body.

    The Eastern Arctic Patrol

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