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de·cer·ti·fy

 (dē-sûr′tə-fī′)
tr.v. de·cer·ti·fied, de·cer·ti·fy·ing, de·cer·ti·fies
To revoke the certification of: voted to decertify the union.

de·cer′ti·fi·ca′tion (dē-sûr′tə-fĭ-kā′shən, dē′sər-) n.

decertify

(diːˈsɜːtɪfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to withdraw or remove a certificate or certification from (a person, organization, or country)
deˌcertifiˈcation n
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Verb1.decertify - cause to be no longer approved or accepted; "Carter derecognized Taiwan in 1979 after the U.S. recognized the People's Republic of China"
licence, license, certify - authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state"
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He called for the return of the Sioux relics and said decertification was a "mistake that needed to be corrected.
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The only way the players ever got anything was from one of three ways: litigation, the threat of striking the playoffs and All-Star Game and the threat of decertification.
Irvine's earlier civil lawsuit against UCI that prompted a federal investigation into its liver transplant program, resulting in decertification of that program on November 10, 2005.
Jim Lampley, however, makes a strong case toward total journalistic decertification.
Spagnoli also represent Elodie Irvine whose earlier civil lawsuit against UCI Medical Center prompted a federal investigation into its liver transplant program, resulting in decertification of that program on November 10, 2005.
Rather than returning to the bargaining table, the NBA players' union spent Tuesday pondering its latest loss and debating its next move - perhaps decertification.
Elodie Irvine's earlier civil lawsuit against UCI Medical Center prompted a federal investigation into its liver transplant program, resulting in decertification of that program on November 10, 2005.