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  • When a person dies, a doctor will certify the cause of death if it is known and due to natural causes.
  • Its volunteer-training program will certify volunteers in food service and handling, giving them a marketable skill in the food service industry.
  • Banks will certify at a glance practically any check that looks right, but they pass on the responsibility of cashing them. Cited from Constance Dunlap, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • The marquis will give you some papers which will certify this fact, and authorize you to appear under that name in the Parisian world. Cited from The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
  • For instance no bank will pay out a hundred dollars or often even a dollar without identification, but they will certify a check for almost any office boy who comes in with it. Cited from The Poisoned Pen by, Arthur B. Reeve
  • They will offer courses that meet, or exceed, the standards of the certification organization that will certify the divers attending the course.
  • Organizations such as Salmon-Safe, support businesses that use ecologically sustainable practices and will certify companies that comply to these standards.
  • 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.
  • Even such we find it now; and any old woman of the neighborhood will certify that it is productive of intestinal mischief to those who quench their thirst there. Cited from House of the Seven Gables, Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The CASP exam will certify that the successful candidate has the technical knowledge and skills required to conceptualize, design, and engineer secure solutions across complex enterprise environments.
  • It is estimated that the RIAA will certify Hold Your Fire as platinum in 2008.
  • Those intimate with Mr. Clemens (Mark Twain) will certify that he was one of the charmers. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, by Andrew Carnegie
  • The Guinness World Book of Records will certify The Yankee Stadium Legacy as the largest baseball card set ever produced, once all the cards are released.
  • In the case of endangered species, such as Asian arowana, harvesting may be supervised by an official who will certify that the fish farm is a genuine producer of captive-bred fish.
  • The Vermont code does not detail how the convention is to conduct its business aside from the fact that there will be a chairman and that the secretary of state will be the secretary of the convention, and those two persons will certify the results of the convention's vote.
  • The commander concerned will certify to the Recruiting and Retention Officer, giving names and dates of enlistment/appointment, when a member of his command meets the minimum requirement of five accessions.
  • The WorldGBC's local affiliate councils will certify green buildings through IFC's, a new web application that reveals solutions at the early design stage to reduce energy, water, and material consumption by twenty percent.
  • I say you, for I am quite sure that Mrs. Modestus will certify me that it was You and not She, who first declared that it was practically impossible to keep on going to the Smith's dinners or the Brown's receptions. Cited from Jersey Street and Jersey Lane, by H. C. Bunner
  • In contrast to the legal restrictions in the United States, Canadian labour relations boards will certify bargaining units of security guards for a Canadian Labour Congress (CLC)-affiliated union or in the same union with other classifications of employees.
  • Once a welder passes a test (or a series of tests), their employer or third party involved will certify the ability to pass the test, and the limitations or extent they are qualified to weld, as a written document (welder qualification test record, or WQTR).
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