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  • In North Carolina, the trial court judge may certify an interlocutory order for an appeal.
  • A third type of labs may certify these diamonds to the original clarity level.
  • You forget, I have become bond for you, and must therefore accompany you to where you live, that I may certify the place. Cited from Fair Margaret, by H. Rider Haggard
  • Some countries have procedures by which the executive or legislative branches may certify important questions to the judiciary and obtain an advisory opinion.
  • Successful completion of the course may certify students in the field of structured query language (SQL) programming.
  • If the regulatory changes take too long then the company indicated that it may certify the aircraft in the primary aircraft category instead, even though it would preclude some commercial uses, such as air charter.
  • If the employees are unrepresented and the employer agrees, the NMB may certify the union based on the authorization cards alone.
  • The International GeoGebra Institute may certify local GeoGebra users, experts, and trainers according to certain guidelines.
  • You may say definitely of some things that the writer was inspired, as you may certify a certain man to be mad -- that is, so thoroughly and convincingly mad that you can order him under restraint. Cited from On The Art of Reading, by Arthur Quiller-Couch
  • But testing laboratories may also certify that certain products meet pre-established standards, or governmental agencies may certify that a company is meeting existing regulations (such as emission limits).
  • Judicial councils are established in each circuit and investigate complaints and may certify the disability of judges or refer complaints to the Judicial Conference.
  • In any case in which an appeal has been taken to the Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court may certify the case for review by the Supreme Court before it has been determined by the Court of Appeals.
  • This may certify that Nehemiah Caulkins, of Waterford, lives near me, and I always esteemed him, and believe him to be a man of truth and veracity. Cited from Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • The customs and ceremonies of those people must be touched upon briefly, not so much for the diversion that they may afford as that we may certify to the labor of Ours in changing them according to law and reason, and putting them into a suitable condition. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 21, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • Under s9, the Ombudsman may certify an offence of contempt of court to the High Court, which can proceed as if the offence had been committed in relation to the High Court.
  • An important concession in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act is that no employee may be expected to work for the first six weeks after the birth of her baby, but a midwife or medical practitioner may certify that she is fit to work if the employee wishes to do so.
  • This may certify that Mr. Nehemiah Caulkins, of Waterford, in New London County, is a near neighbor to the subscriber, and has been for many years. Cited from Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • Under this provision, a federal court may certify a non-covered jurisdiction to receive federal observers if the court determines that the jurisdiction violated the voting rights guaranteed by the Fourteenth or Fifteenth Amendments.
  • If to these statements, which we may certify, were added some far more extraordinary ones, communicated to the French Academy of Science in May last by M. Zeigler, a stranger story of discrimination on the part of sundew-bristles would be told. Cited from Darwiniana, by Asa Gray
  • This may certify that I was present on the 2nd day of July near Carthage, in this county, at an experimental trial with a machine invented by Mr. Obed Hussey for cutting grain. Cited from Obed Hussey, by Various
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