Bush lawyer John B. Bellinger III certified that Pope Benedict XVI was immune from suit “as the head of a foreign state.”
She vowed to be the first to sign the measure event though it would not be certified until August 2010.
The parents had chosen to give birth at home, with a certified professional midwife attending.
If a stock plan is certified in one jurisdiction, how much cross licensing will be allowed?
In Milan, seven new exorcists have been certified for service.
So he forged a check, certified it himself, and collected the securities.
She is ‘certified’ for 350 boys, of whom 70 may be Roman Catholics.
The Court must communicate a certified copy of every document produced by one party to the other party (article 34).
Across the way was the doctor who had certified the cause of death.
Each of these cheques is really a certified cheque, only it is certified in advance of issue.
mid-14c., "to declare the truth of," also "to vouch for or confirm" (an official record, etc.), from Old French certefiier "make certain, witness the truth of" (12c.), from Late Latin certificare "to certify, to make certain," from Latin certus (see certain) + root of facere "to make, do" (see factitious). Also used in Middle English in broader senses of "inform, give notice; instruct, to direct; to designate." Related: Certified; certifying. Certified public accountant attested from 1896.