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Being a national park is a gold stamp of approval and excellence.
Three years later, according to the school, a package arrived with foreign stamps in the corner.
TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino reviewed it in October and gave it his stamp of approval with very little reservation.
Daryl Morey has been the president of basketball operations for the Philadelphia 76ers for less than three weeks, but he has wasted no time putting his stamp on the team’s roster.
An in-person majority vote is all that’s needed for the committee to give its stamp of approval to Barrett and send her nomination to the full Senate floor.
An MRC accreditation is seen as an important industry stamp of approval to indicate a platform’s internal controls and measurement systems can be trusted to work effectively and without bias.
Travelers returning to India and Bangladesh received hand stamps that marked them as meant to be in quarantine.
The Public Advocate’s Office argues the utility should be sanctioned instead of rewarded with a stamp of approval because the division had already given SDG&E a year to prove their tree trimming strategy.
Traditionally, USPS has delivered ballots sent without a stamp.
Much of the operation is funded by stamps and fees to deliver mail.

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