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Accredit

To give official authorization or status. To recognize as having sufficient academic standards to qualify graduates for higher education or for professional practice. In International Law: (1) To acknowledge; to receive as an envoy and give that person credit and rank accordingly. (2) To send with credentials as an envoy. This latter use is now the accepted one.

accredit

verb accept, affirm, approve, authenticate, authorize, certify, confirm, endorse, ratify, sanction, vouch for
Associated concepts: accredited law school, accredited reppesentative
See also: agree, allow, approve, ascribe, authorize, bestow, certify, concur, confirm, corroborate, cosign, countenance, delegate, empower, honor, indorse, notarize, qualify, seal, sign, support, trust, verify

TO ACCREDIT, international law. The act by which a diplomatic agent is acknowledged by the government near which he is sent. This at once makes his public character known, and becomes his protection.

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On July 12, 2004, the Civilian Personnel Accreditation Procedures for Italy were published as an annex to the February 2004 edition of the Tri-Component Regulation for Italy.
the reinforced value of accreditation among AAHSA members should "help 'raise the bar' for quality care and services.
CARF has merged with the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), formerly part of the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA), to review a broad continuum of long-term care organizations.
The report describes areas where new accreditations might help CPAs compete in today's marketplace by clearly separating them from non-CPA practitioners.

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