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  • v  be behind; approve of
  • v  give support or one's approval to
  • v  guarantee as meeting a certain standard
  • v  sign as evidence of legal transfer

  • Late despatches reported that the Premiers of the Federated States of the German Republic were en route to Berlin, there to indorse formally the German application, the .
  • At length someone troubled to discover that Rabbi Wise had actually only said that modern Jewry must accept Jesus as a great Jewish teacher and indorse His ethical code.
  • Check it up and pledge to indorse it without protest .

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