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- n. A person who endorses
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as indorser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who expresses strong approval
- n. a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Sometimes the endorser is a critical opinion leader in an important city, state or region.
If the endorser is not educated and sincere, disappointed buyers will make re-educating a long and expensive challenge.
Of course, Cheney isn't the only controversial McCain endorser of late.
So, now Virginia Boulet -- the passionate Nagin endorser and stalwart defender -- is a candidate for the New Orleans City Council - At Large seat vacated by Oliver Thomas.
Sheheen called his endorser and former competitor "an important conscience of the campaign trail" and "the best speaker on the stump."
How do unsolicitied endorsements by not-the-ordinary kind of endorser affect campaigns.
Former Abu Ghraib Brigadier General, Janis Karpinski, is listed as an "endorser" of the WCW movement on the World Can't Wait website.
If you received a gratis novel from the publicity department of a publisher and posted a tweet about it without disclosing that the book was a freebie, you become an 'endorser' in the FTC's view.
Reebok has featured him in a global campaign; Gillette uses Alex as an endorser and Verizon will debut a spot with him during the Winter Classic.
If Giuliani is the most highest profile endorser he has gotten, then he has not gotten any.