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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.
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Designs were drafted by pencil and etched into a rubber stamp by a linoleum cutter.
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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.
Routine entries in service books, records may be made with the help of Hindi or bilingual rubber stamps. The official languages coordination committee at AIIMS has strictly asked all departments and centres to send samples of the rubber stamps being used in the institute as soon as possible.
The next class period we printed with our rubber stamps. The students print with either black waterbased block printer's ink or watercolors.