To accredit

to attribute something to him; as, Mr. Clay was accredited with these views; they accredit him with a wise saying.

See also: Accredit

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Delgra said they hope to accredit the other applicants once they have complied with the LTFRB's requirements.
Warren noted that ACICS continued to accredit seven of Corinthian's campuses, "right up to the bitter end," and that ACICS is still the accrediting body for ITT Technical Institute, which is also being sued and investigated by federal agencies and multiple state attorney generals.
North Wales, Pembrokeshire and Neath Port Talbot have been identified as areas of need, and the LVSW will endeavour to accredit new practitioners in these areas, along with continued work into raising awareness of the LVSW among health professionals and the general public.
However, in the late 1970s, CEPH responded to requests from practitioners and educators to accredit community health/preventive medicine programs, and to a request from the APHA to accredit community health education programs.
Two West Midlands companies - Portech Systems and - are among the first in the country to be certified to Accredit UK's software design, development and testing standard.
To help FDA address shortcomings in its inspection program, the Medical Device User Fee and Modernization Act of 2002 required FDA to accredit third parties to inspect certain establishments.
It often works in connection with the HAIS to accredit schools.
The AICPA's proposal to accredit tax specialists is highly controversial, yet it just might come to pass.
Secretary of Education to accredit programs in the computing field.
Living Wage Foundation is to accredit the bank as a Living Wage employer after it became an accredited London Living Wage employer in 2010.
Two years later, that task force disbanded after determining that the Tax Division, and not the SAB, should initiate any effort to accredit tax specialists.
Split Loans allows non-accredited and accredited investors to control their exposure to risk and reward in a way that was formerly only available to accredited investors and institutions.