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Rubber Stamp

Informal; a term for a person or institution that theoretically could take an action independently but in practice follows the advice or counsel of another party. For example, shareholders may ratify the decision of the board of directors with little scrutiny. In this case, the shareholders act as a rubber stamp to the board.
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The institute is already using bilingual forms, some OPD papers and rubber stamps for promotion of Hindi and for the ease of patients who don't know English.
recognize the use of rubber stamps in the art world.
The company is widely recognized as one of the most dependable rubber stamps providers but has now taken on a multifaceted approach including high quality corporate and personalized gifts along with trophies, mementos and many more.
I like the pigment pads, but you can use any pad made for rubber stamps.
That is why the federal government is expected not to simply be the rubber stamp for changes to minority rights sought by provinces, but is expected to be the guardian of those rights.
HSC purchased Lakeland Rubber Stamp Company, a family-owned business.
000 The City Of Fort Worth (City) Is Seeking Quotes From Qualified Vendors For Rubber Stamps, Self-inking Stamps And Accessories As Specified In This Request For Quotations (Rfq).
The next class period we printed with our rubber stamps.
And finally, VistaPrint's self-inking holiday rubber stamps are available in small and large stamps and red, black and blue ink.
Tenders are invited for Annual Rate Contract For Printing And Supply Of Self Inking Rubber Stamps Sun Brand
Barbara Werner of Berkeley makes rubber stamps out of her portraits.
Her ideas extend well beyond repetitive designs with commercial rubber stamps as she presents ideas that involve brayers, sponges and textile/collage prints, printed on such varied surfaces as decorative papers, fabrics, glass, walls, and found objects.