rubber stamp

  1. routine authorization of an action without questions
  2. a stamp (usually made of rubber) for imprinting a mark or design by hand
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  • Use a rubber stamp to ink the image repeatedly onto white cardstock; cut images out.
  • Armed with an inkpad and Marine-issued rubber stamp, he pressed his name in the collars. The Attack on the Liberty
  • He is generally a posterboy for weak-charactered Republican rubber stamp irresponsibility. Firedoglake » Blue America: Two Dems in NC — Larry Kissell and Heath Shuler
  • The Venezuelan strongman had promised that his candidates would win two-thirds of the unicameral congress, guaranteeing it would continue to be a rubber stamp. A Defeat for Ch
  • For the final details, I used a mixture of blue acrylic paint and gel retarder and commercially made rubber stamps. Kater’s Art » Blog Archive » Try Book
  • He now has students and friends seeking the ‘designer’ rubber stamps to get imprints on their books, letterheads, cards and as emblems and logos.
  • Designs are available in rubber stamps, precut paper, dies, and stencils.
  • Will they, after the President deigns to consult them, rubber stamp a resolution granting him enormous powers of life and death?
  • The judicial and legislative branches of government, endowed by the Constitution's framers with coequal powers to those of the executive, are being effectively reduced to the status of rubber stamps.
  • But suddenly he would break out his rubber stamp and press it to the inkpad. Angels
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