Word of the Week: imprimatur (ĭm-prə-MÄ-tōōr)

2021-01-21T13:47:12-05:00

imprimatur (ĭm-prə-MÄ-tōōr) Definition (Noun) Commendatory license, sanction. In Context "The committees wanted to address these complex issues, but, given the political and economic ramifications of market reform, they needed the SEC's imprimatur on the legislation." Anne M. Khademian, The SEC and Capital Market Regulation: The Politics of Expertise, 1992.

Word of the Week: imprimatur (ĭm-prə-MÄ-tōōr)2021-01-21T13:47:12-05:00

imprimatur (ĭm-prə-MÄ-tōōr)

2015-03-09T12:00:11-04:00

Definition (Noun) Commendatory license, sanction. In Context "The committees wanted to address these complex issues, but, given the political and economic ramifications of market reform, they needed the SEC's imprimatur on the legislation." Anne M. Khademian, The SEC and Capital Market Regulation: The Politics of Expertise, 1992.

imprimatur (ĭm-prə-MÄ-tōōr)2015-03-09T12:00:11-04:00
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