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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
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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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An order refusing to grant a certificate, or an order suspending a certificate, or an order decertifying a certified film, CD, video, stage drama and show, to be marked in the prescribed manner.
By decertifying Iran's compliance, Trump hoped that Congress would snap the sanctions back and, as a result, the Iran nuclear deal would fall apart, as many analysts also predicted.
The sentiments were in lockstep with longtime JCPOA critic, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who credited President Trump with making a "very brave decision" by decertifying the Iran nuclear deal.
But, the owners are saying that the timing of the NFLPA decertifying is at issue.
They are using our money around this campaign because I believe this is their last-ditch effort to stop members in decertifying.
The IG said SBA was slow to follow through on decertifying many of the companies.
10 Los Angeles Times, included the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) decertifying the program, which automatically cut off federal funding for transplants; the hospital administrator shutting down the program; and ultimately placing the CEO of the medical center on paid administrative leave.
1 we are going to have a lot of chapters that are going to be gone, and to the extent that some people get mad because we start decertifying chapters .
In decertifying class status, the appellate division held that individual issues predominated, notwithstanding the removal of addiction as an element of the cases; that the proposed class actions would be unmanageable; that the named plaintiffs' claims were not "typical"; and that the named plaintiffs would not represent the interests of members of the class fairly and adequately.
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.