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  • There is also a small number of accredited private secondary and higher education institutions.
  • I really do not know which place to accredit to him as his residence. Cited from The Story of a Summer, by Cecilia Cleveland
  • Several of its individual programs have been approved by national accrediting organizations as well.
  • Since then, it has accredited hospitals and health service organizations in ten other countries.
  • Young men and women at any accredited four-year college or university are eligible for this class.
  • A sleep study at an accredited sleep lab is usually necessary before treatment can start.
  • It is a service organization which accredits academic programs which meet commonly accepted standards of quality education.
  • Really I must protest against your accrediting me with such a possession. Cited from April's Lady, by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
  • The social work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
  • All of these groups also accredit schools outside the US.
  • She subsequently became the first woman reporter accredited to cover professional sport in the electronic media.
  • She has two sons that she accredits to being her inspiration and reason to write her experiences.
  • Some schools are not accredited by a state or the American Bar Association.
  • They can make traffic stops in their jurisdiction if they have had accredited training.
  • The British Council has an office in the city centre and there are six accredited schools in the area.
  • Individual programs of study are also fully accredited by various agencies.
  • Accredited operators are also required to have a safety management system to guide their operations.
  • There are no private higher educational institutions and no legal mechanism to found or accredit any.
  • All four schools are fully accredited by the Virginia Department of Education.
  • There are several accredited private Christian schools in the city.
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How accredit gets used

Meaning of accredit

  • verb Grant credentials to
    The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution, recognize an academic degree
  • verb Provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials
  • verb Ascribe an achievement to
    She was not properly credited in the program