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APPROVER, Engl. crim. law. One confessing himself guilty of felony, and approving others of the same crime to save himself. Crompt. Inst. 250 3 Inst. 129.

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MNA's Accredited Approver Unit accepts applications from individuals and organizations that want to provide continuing education activities for RNs.
For example, the New Mexico Nurses Association is an accredited approver through ANCC.
The investigating agency had earlier on May 17 sought time to file a reply on Rai's application to be approver in a Special CBI court in Mumbai.
Authorities are looking to build a watertight case and Khaitan turning approver could help them find evidence against those who took bribes and speed up the investigation.
Mumbai: Lending a new twist to the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, key accused Indrani Mukerjea's former driver Shyamvar Rai on Wednesday sought to turn approver, saying he wants to "disclose all truths" as he had taken part in her killing by strangulation.
Approvers don't have to carry around a bunch of different approver tokens anymore.
MONA believes it is essential for all registered nurses to have access to quality continuing education activities, and maintaining national accreditation as a provider and approver is essential for achieving this goal.
Joining a regional Approver Unit will allow all states to have a paid administrative assistant to process the applications.
Thish iswhyh the schoolc was initiallyl approver dbymy prevr iousv administrationr and the Welsh Goveo rnment in 2011.
Nursing contact hours have been applied for through the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
He was recognised as an approver and made a witness.
ISNA has designated the Ohio Nurses Association (ONA) as the preferred approver of the Indiana continuing nursing education activities and providers.