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  • Light & Motion is the first in the industry to certify its lights.
  • However APAAHK does not carry out the functions of training and certifying its members.
  • Baylor announced that it would re-certify its entire athletic department conformed to NCAA rules.
  • HKIPA carries out the functions of training and certifying its members.
  • Ballot counting continued until 9 May, when the Commission would certify its results.
  • This church is situated on small hill over square and archaeological excavations certify its existence as sepulchral place since prehistory.
  • For many years, Hebrew National relied on a body within the company to certify its products kosher.
  • Moreover, the company is in process of certifying its environmental management system to ISO 14001 standards.
  • The Massachusetts statute provided that before an election each political party should certify its nominees to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Cited from The Boss and the Machine, Samuel P. Orth
  • The monopoly on starting and conducting litigation would also be removed, allowing any recognised legal authority to certify its members as fit to work as an advocate.
  • He scored once more in 1917, on 5 September, sending another D.V down without certifying its destruction.
  • The FSD has held the ZEWO quality label certifying its reliability since 2003.
  • When a case has been revised by the High Court, it will certify its decision or order to the trial court, which may then make further orders that conform to the certified decision.
  • If the production of any knowledge should certify its validity then there would be no invalidity, no illusory knowledge, and following our perception of even a mirage we should never come to grief. Cited from A History of Indian Philosophy, Vol. 1, by Surendranath Dasgupta
  • The USAF has a stated goal of certifying its entire fleet for use with FT synthetic fuel blends by 2011.
  • To meet renewable energy goals, the Air Force plans to certify its entire fleet on coal-to-liquid synthetic fuel blends by 2011.
  • The conception of reality comprehends within it the notions of unalterability, absoluteness, and independence, which cannot be had directly from experience, as this gives only an appearance but cannot certify its truth. Cited from A History of Indian Philosophy, Vol. 1, by Surendranath Dasgupta
  • He worked to enhance the effectiveness of the office dealing with local headquarters of multinational companies, reducing management expenses and certifying its work by ISO 9001 quality standards.
  • Erroneously this was called the American Bridge because although it was built by civilian contractors for the War Office its plans had been stamped by the American Army, certifying its use for their forces.
  • Five justices held there was insufficient time to impose a unified standard and that the recounts should therefore be stopped and Florida be allowed to certify its vote, effectively ending the legal review of the vote count with Bush in the lead.