Harris kept refusing to certify any new votes, in practically open defiance of several courts.
The decision to certify the planes and their sensors has been pending since late last year, long before the Ukraine crisis began.
A physician will be on site to certify that death has occurred.
The folks from RecordSetter.com were there, the hosts told the hopeful twerkers, to adjudicate and certify the world record.
They have to formally endorse a candidate by May 25 and certify the nomination by June 8.
Mr. Hobson, if you don't mend your manners, I'll certify you for a lunatic asylum.
"I'm certainly not going to certify that boy as a lunatic," he said.
Whereupon, the court or judge is to certify that the proof is satisfactory.
I have now to certify that you have taken the oath and signed before me.
When he is dissatisfied with the services, to certify to the time through your office, and forward to me for payment.
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.