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approved

(Agreed), adjective acknowledged, admitted, allowable, allowed, arranged, completed, contracted for, decided, eligible, formal, meritorious, permissible, settled, stipulated

approved

(Authoritative), adjective accepted, accredited, authentic, authoritative, conceded, conventional, established, fixed, granted, legal, official, prescriptive, proper, right, standard, unimpeachable, warranted
Associated concepts: approve a claim, approve a public connract, approve a stipulation, approve a transcript, approved adoption, approved the findings of the court, settle on order
See also: agreed, allowable, allowed, conventional, eligible, formal, legal, meritorious, official, orthodox, permissible, preferred, unimpeachable
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A total of 11 colonies were built during the decade of 1970-1980 of which only Nazirabad colony was approved while the remaining 10 colonies were not approved on legal grounds.
It also approved Development of University of Balochistan, Quetta project at the cost of Rs.
The value of commercial building plans approved is up 341 % on last year this time.
Graham's Restaurant was recently approved to sell beer/wine in a restaurant with a taproom at 9989 Mount Baker Highway Suite I, Glacier, WA 98244 (new application).
CoGS had earlier approved a recommendation from the Prioritized Operational Plan working group to reformat Letting Down the Nets.
If the drug is approved, it will initially default to Cigna's nonpreferred status, said John Poniatowski, vice president of coverage policy.
In challenging the cancellation of the Boron High School project, district officials questioned why the state disregarded the lateness of the project plans when it was initially approved.
1996 Viramune, the first drug in the third class of antiretrovirals, is approved
As soon as his office approved the Indian pills, he said, 'a very cold wind began to blow from the U.
The approved Army initiatives include a variety of cost-cutting and quality enhancing measures, to include:
John Engler and backed by a well-founded array of business groups and conservative activists, if a drug had been approved by the FDA, its manufacturer cannot be sued in Michigan for any harm it may cause--even if the manufacturer knew in advance of potential hazards.
Approved job descriptions for the executive director-treasurer and the associate director