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Accreditation

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Steven Fraser

on 4 December 2014

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Transcript of Accreditation

Latin "Cred" Believe or Trust
Accreditation


to regard as true; believe.
Credence
Credentials
Credibility


Credo
something giving a claim to belief
anything that provides the basis for confidence, belief, credit, etc.
the quality of being believable or worthy of trust
any creed or formula of belief
Miscreant
Credulous
Discredit


Incredulous
willing to believe or trust, especially without proper evidence; gullible.
loss or lack of belief or confidence; disbelief; distrust
Creed
any system of belief or of opinion
indicating or showing unbelief
behaving badly or in a way that breaks a law or rule
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