credentials

[Noun] Official papers or documents which prove that something is true.
Example: The asylum seekers were asked to bring their credentials to the police station to be checked.
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credentials

Instruments which an ambassador, envoy, or other diplomatic agent receives from their own government authorizing them to appear in their diplomatic character and defining their powers. The...
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credentials

qualifications or background
Found on http://www.eslgold.com/acad_vocab_definitions.html

Credentials

Credentials are official documents issued to a representative or agent, guaranteeing his status and authority.
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Credentials

Either the published information consultancies provide to prospective clients or an initial no-cost presentation of the consultancy's capabilities.
Found on http://www.chazb.com/glossary_of_public_relations_terms.html

Credentials

The result of the debate was No Consensus, added merge templete to: Lionhead. Rx StrangeLove 05:18, 28 October 2005 (UTC) ===Mark Healey=== While adding a cvg-infobox to Rag Doll Kung Fu, I accidentally (force of habit) wikified Mark Healey`s name. Doing so gave birth to this extraneous and non-notable monstrosity. Delete --Anetode 10:47, 20 Octo....
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