|certificate, certification, certified||cert.|
|, nurse certified by state, certified nurse, nurse who is academically certified, Registered General Nurse||registered nurse|
|able to be guaranteed; able to be authorized; confirmable; insane, legally able to be committed to an insane asylum, requiring psychiatric treatment, worthy of certification||certifiable|
|act of recognizing or admitting; certification; recognition of a gift, expression of thanks||acknowledgement|
|act of recognizing or admitting; certification; recognition of a gift, expression of thanks||acknowledgment|
|act, doing; document, certificate, actions, something done, title deed, transfer by legal deed, transfer property to somebody||deed|
|affidavit statement, certificate attached to an affidavit (Law); civil officer, magistrate||jurat|
|Also called a time deposit, this is a certificate issued by a bank or thrift that indicates a specified sum of money has been deposited. A C.D. bears a maturity date and a specified interest rate, and can be issued in any denomination. The duration can...||Certificate of deposit (C.D.)|
|An acronym for Certificate of Accrual on Treasury Securities. Refers to a zero-coupon US Treasuryissue that is sold at a deep discount from the face value and pays no interest during its lifetime. However, it returns the full face value at maturity.||CATS|
|assurance, assure, certificate stating promise of quality, guarantee promise to be responsible for another, guarantor, guaranty, promise quality of goods or services, security; warranty; pledge; assurance, somebody receiving formal assurance, to accept...||guarantee|
|attach a ticket to an article, categorize somebody or something, certificate, entry pass, tag, give somebody a parking ticket, group of candidates running together, issue a pass to something, label or tag, label; fine, give a traffic ticket, notificati...||ticket|
|authorize or prove something with certificate, confirm; authorize by certificate, license, document providing official evidence, document showing conformity to standard, document showing qualification, give certificate to somebody or something, officia...||certificate|
|begin line in from margin, certificate for interest on public debt, contract as apprentice, dent, draw up in duplicate, fit notched edges, form recess in, indenture, make a notch, make an incision; form a deep recess; create a dent in; leave a blank sp...||indent|
|book of upcoming cases, customs certificate, document summary, label a package, list of cases to be tried in court; agenda of a business meeting; list of contents (of a package, letter, etc.), list of future court cases, list of things to do, put a leg...||docket|
|brief piece of writing, certificate representing fraction of stock, prescription, small satchel or wallet, temporary paper currency, written document; certificate of stock ownership (Finance); small piece of paper; certificate that can be redeemed for ...||scrip|
|Canadian Medical Association, certified medical assistant||CMA; C.M.A.|
|cancelling of a licence, removal of a certification||decertification|
|Cayman Islands, certificate of insurance||CI|
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