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Endorse

To sign a paper or document, thereby making it possible for the rights represented therein to pass to another individual. Also spelled indorse.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

endorse (indorse)

v. 1) to sign one's name to the back of a check, bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument with the intention of making it cashable or transferable. 2) to pledge support to a program, proposal, or candidate. (See; endorsement)

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The urge to endorse soars as the paper's circulation rises, with only about 50% of the small newspapers (20,000 and under) saying they'd likely back candidates, but more than 80% of the rest - with 96% of those bigger than 200,000 - endorsing the idea of endorsements.
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