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Middle English certifien from Old French certifier from Late Latin certificāre Latin certus certain certain Latin -ficāre -fy
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old French certefier (“confirm, assure, make certain”). Compare French certifier.
Ideally, however, governments should certify the authenticity of the CAs public key.
One, at least, of the witnesses should be required to certify to the capacity of the testator at the time of signing.
We are in process to certify all vegan products; many of them are already certified.
This means that the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office certify the notary's signature and seal.
While there is not yet enough research to certify the reports, it's absolutely worth personal testing.
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