That day, the report indicates, her recommendation for separation would be “forthcoming.”
He says that he offers his recommendation with a heavy heart and with nothing but good wishes for the Israeli state.
The implementation of this recommendation would not cost the national treasury a dime.
The pianist also secured 18 letters of recommendation to accompany his request for a pardon.
He wrote my letter of recommendation to Columbia University's J-School.
These two theories are the basis of nearly every recommendation that can be found for the use of fertilizers in growing crops.
"I shan't need any recommendation from your father," said Robert.
Have those who object to this recommendation ever thought of what practising novel-writing means?
Be very particular to deserve my custom and recommendation, David.'
Mamma says I have made a bad commencement to my letter—that self-praise is no recommendation.
early 15c., "action of commending oneself to another," from Old French recommendation (Modern French recommandation), from Medieval Latin recommendationem (nominative recommendatio), noun of action from past participle stem of recommendare (see recommend). Meaning "act of recommending (someone or something) as worthy" is from 1570s. Letter of recommendation is from late 15c.