certify him

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  • Any psycho-medic would certify him; be no problem at all to have him put away. Cited from Ministry of Disturbance, by Henry Beam Piper
  • No person to be admitted member into any of these schools without an attestation under two sufficient persons' hands certifying him to be a wit. Cited from A Tale of a Tub, Jonathan Swift
  • Upon the teacher's evaluation, he received a diploma certifying him as a professional violinmaker.
  • The ambassador presented Mr. Colbert with a declaration certifying him as the winner of the second and final round of voting.
  • So likewise for the other that courts her silently with a good body, let me certify him, that his clothes depend upon the comeliness of his body, and so both upon opinion. Cited from Character Writings of the 17th Century, by Various
  • Now whilst these things were a-doing, they secretly sent a messenger unto the Emperor to certify him of the arrival of a strange nation, and withal to know his pleasure concerning them. Cited from The Discovery of Muscovy, by Richard Hakluyt
  • Backer also received an Arborist license from the Connecticut Tree Examining Board certifying him as an expert in the care of trees.
  • In other words, by this stroke the able visitor won the court as he had already won its head; insomuch that the most doubting of the doubters would not have refused to certify him on belief the very Prince of India he claimed to be. Cited from The Prince of India, by Lew. Wallace, Vol. 1
  • In 2009, the Committee of Bar Examiners again refused to certify him, finding that he did not satisfy California's moral fitness test because of his history of journalistic deception.
  • During a four-day time period in early 1953, Overton claimed five MiG-15 victories in MiG alley, certifying him as a flying ace.
  • The only recompense Dr. Beattie ever received for all his services to the Duke of Clarence, extending over some fourteen years, including, during three years, those also of private secretary, were a service of silver plate and a letter certifying him to be "a perfect gentleman".
  • Of which matters craving, but being unable to come by, more certain assurance, they agreed together that, whichever of them should die first, should, if he might, return to the survivor, and certify him of that which he would fain know; and this agreement they confirmed with an oath. Cited from The Decameron, Vol. II, by Giovanni Boccaccio
  • He did a most comprehensive story of a wounded soldier by braving a request to the Surgeon General of the Army to certify him as wounded as well, so that he would become privy to all means of transportations, first aid stations, and hospitals as was his wounded man.
  • In 1867 a nationalist called Michael Breslin was forced to leave Ireland, and only avoided arrest thanks to documents given to him by Finegan certifying him as a tea trader.
  • No, he had not had much experience; that is, you could hardly call it experience in actual acting, but he had finished a course of study and had a diploma from the General Film Production Company of Stebbinsville, Arkansas, certifying him to be a competent screen actor. Cited from Merton of the Movies, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • In cross-examination, Scott was pressed as to why he had allowed Lamb's release from Kingston if this was the case; he replied that although the prison officers had been concerned about Lamb's mental state on his release, there had not been conclusive grounds to certify him insane at that time.
  • He then passed the New York State bar exam in 2000, but the Committee of Bar Examiners refused to certify him on its moral fitness test, citing ethics concerns related to the TNR affair.
  • The Secretary of Education responded that Acanfora's performance as a student and as a student teacher had been satisfactory in all respects, and that he had deemed Acanfora to be of "good moral character" in deciding to certify him.
  • Jenkins, indeed, suggested that a series of papers on Church institutions read at the clerical club should include one on housekeepers, and offered to supply the want, which was the reason why Dr. Dowbiggin refused to certify him to a vacancy, speaking of him as "frivolous and irresponsible." Cited from Rabbi Saunderson, by Ian Maclaren
  • Jenkins, indeed, suggested that a series of papers on Church Institutions read at the clerical club should include one on housekeepers, and offered to supply the want, which was the reason why Dr. Dowbiggin refused to certify him to a vacancy, speaking of him as "frivolous and irresponsible." Cited from Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers, by Ian Maclaren