would certify

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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
  • Ballot counting continued until 9 May, when the Commission would certify its results.
  • If we had eyes to see it, a bit of stone from the city wall would certify us of the necessity that man must exist, as readily as the city. Cited from Essays, by Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • He eventually would certify over eighty disciples as successors.
  • The hymns and sacred poems of these sacramentarian Christians would certify to their earnest piety, even if their lives were unknown. Cited from The Story of the Hymns and Tunes, Theron Brown and Hezekiah Butterworth
  • They wanted to establish a forum for open discussion and debate but not an organization that would certify psychoanalysts or psychoanalytic institutes.
  • One of the first matters adopted by the new Fraternity was the selection of a pin which would certify and symbolize brotherhood.
  • The solicitor would certify that he or she was satisfied that both borrowers had given their fully informed and true consent, although if this ultimately turned out to be wrong, the bank's security would not be affected.
  • An album of the same name was also issued in 2000 and would certify 3× platinum in the United States and platinum in Canada.
  • None of the European authorities would certify the car for road use and Rossi obtained the Alabama plate 61-27737 to circumvent the problems.
  • I sought out Dr. Ascher, explained that I had been consigned to Paderborn, but refused to go, and explained that I had the offer to go into the office if he would certify me for such work. Cited from Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons,by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot
  • To stop the propagation of the Christian religion, they had introduced the danka system, which obliged families to affiliate themselves with a Buddhist temple and, in return, this would certify that they were not Christian.
  • In 2008, a commission was formed to develop and apply "a set of standards that would certify that kosher food manufacturers in the US operate according to Jewish ethics and social values".
  • A decree from 1574 fixed the capacity of the mezzo quarto bottle, and established a public office that would certify the capacity of fiascos by a lead seal applied to the straw covering.
  • These configurations were subjected to tests simulating all aspects of flight preparations and flight itself, and all the tests needed to demonstrate satisfactory results before MSFC would certify the Saturn V to fly.
  • According to a January 2008 Upper Deck press release, The Guinness World Book of Records would certify Yankee Stadium Legacy as the largest baseball card set ever produced, once all the cards are released.
  • The goal of the conspirators was to manipulate and/or "control" the murder evidence in such a way that the law enforcement and judicial authorities involved in investigating the murder would certify that Jesse was legally dead, thus setting Jesse James free.
  • "Why don't you take Ben to Simpson's, or the detective?" suggested Conrad, in great alarm, bethinking himself that it would hardly do to take Ben, since the attendant would certify that he was not the one who pawned the glass. Cited from The Store Boy, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • The CBO expects that the Secretary would certify before the beginning of 2014, when premium tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies would first be paid, that the requirements in H.R 2775 are satisfied.