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Approvedly
Approvedly Ap*prov"ed*ly, adv. So as to secure approbation; in an approved manner.
Unapproved
Unapproved Un`ap*proved", a. 1. Not approved. 2. Not proved. [Obs.]

Meaning of Approved from wikipedia

- Approved may refer to: Approved drug, a preparation that has been validated for a therapeutic use by a ruling authority of a government Approved, a 2013...
- Driver's License Airline- or airport-issued ID (if issued under a TSA-approved security plan) Federally recognized, tribal-issued photo ID HSPD-12 PIV...
- pre-clinical development becomes an approved drug. Only 10% of all drugs started in human clinical trials become an approved drug. Drug discovery Drug design...
- comparison only covers software licenses with a linked article for details, approved by at least one expert group at the FSF, the OSI, the Debian project or...
- companion Emma Approved debuts today". Hypable.com. Retrieved 2015-09-23. "Emma Approved". YouTube. 2014-08-25. Retrieved 2015-09-23. "Emma Approved gives Austen...
- Retrieved 2011-10-27. Current EU approved additives and their E Numbers, Food Standards Agency, 26 November 2010 Current EU approved additives and their E Numbers...
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- the Approved Food business, in 2015 Approved Food Limited launched its Great British Sweets website, as well as its Naturally Free website. "Approved Food...
- set approved schools apart from borstals, a tougher and more enclosed kind of youth prison. The term came into general use in 1933 when approved schools...
- That's why I approved this message." A study by Brigham Young University, however, revealed that adverti****ts where the candidate has approved the communication...
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