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  • Information systems commonly use credentials to control access to information or other resources.
  • Each family must have in its possession a credential at least two hundred years old. Cited from Modern Persia, by Mooshie G. Daniel
  • Within his home State, he was known for his strong anti-Left credentials.
  • Davis was the first choice because of his strong political and military credentials.
  • Depending on where they studied and how they were brought up, their credentials were also subject to question.
  • During those two years, they are required to receive their teaching credential at their own expense.
  • They carried red and green fans as credentials of their status.
  • A student with this experience may be more likely to be accepted to a school or credential program than another person.
  • It is accepted in a few other states as a credential for teaching.
  • He used his Chinese nationalist credentials to his advantage to keep himself in power.
  • His lack of West Point credentials made him suspect to many fellow officers.
  • In addition to being fun for the whole family, the show has true educational credentials.
  • He frequently points out that college degrees, or credentials, are not the same as an education.
  • Junior colleges provide many women with social credentials as well as education and some career opportunities.
  • He got his teaching credentials and then lived in Montreal for two and a half years.
  • Few purely literary men can have entered the Academy with so few credentials.
  • Every state and territory in Australia has a different education system, and consequently a different leaving credential.
  • His educational credentials have also been called into question.
  • At that year's state Democratic convention, he served on the committee on credentials.
  • Most medical credentials are granted for a practice specific group.
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