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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.


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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They are using our money around this campaign because I believe this is their last-ditch effort to stop members in decertifying.
Circuit Court of Appeals today reversed a lower court's ruling in a "lights" class-action suit brought against cigarette makers, decertifying the nationwide class in Schwab.
The IG said SBA was slow to follow through on decertifying many of the companies.
ARORA asked to have "certain Final Rule and Performance Standards' applicable for organ procurement organizations (OPOs) declared invalid because the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) exceeded its Congressional authority in enacting them and that they are arbitrary and capricious and also to enjoin the HCFA from applying those rules and standards to plaintiff and/or decertifying plaintiff based on such allegedly invalid rules and regulations.
LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES VOLUNTARILY decertifying from Medicaid cannot transfer or evict Medicaid residents to make room for residents with other payment sources, says a new law signed by President Clinton March 25 known as the Nursing Home Resident Protection Act of 1999.
Before the week ended, Vencor claimed that it was abandoning its strategy of decertifying beds for Medicaid, and CEO W.
We realize it's an uphill battle," Bachus said during a news conference with four other representatives who support decertifying Mexico.
Does Clinton believe that by decertifying Colombia, by squeezing the country's status with the international financial community, he will enhance drug control efforts?
In decertifying the class, the Court found that the approximately 2,875 remaining current and former store managers who joined the case are not sufficiently similarly situated to one another for the case to proceed collectively.
Many have criticized Bowen for decertifying electronic voting systems in 39 counties after she concluded they were vulnerable to hacking.
As the deadline for decertifying the state's paperless electronic voting machines in this election year approaches, coalition members have sent California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley more than 10,000 messages urging the suspension of existing e-voting machines until they are equipped to provide a voter-verified paper trail.