- v. present participle of authorize.
“After the release by the Obama adminstration, some say Rice may be subject to allegations of war crimes for her role in authorizing waterboarding, which the Bush administration said was legal and the Obama administration says is not permitted.”
“Alliance For Justice announces the release of its new documentary, Tortured Law, which examines the role lawyers played in authorizing torture.”
“Despite the potential of this arrangement, the plan collapsed when the German Ministry of War disapproved of several of the proposed secretaries and the ministry failed to take definite action in authorizing the service.”
“Thus, when OLC retracted its earlier approval, the "subsequent behavior" of the President in authorizing continuing taps amounted to "lawbreaking".”
“The executive orders are publicly available, and Bush has openly admitted to what most informed observers call authorizing torture.”
“The rubric authorizing (subject to the proviso in the act, "until other order should be taken by the”
“BLITZER: He says, though -- excuse me for interrupting, Governor -- he says that, when it came time for what was arguably the critical decision, namely authorizing President Bush to go to war in Iraq, she made the wrong call.”
“ROBERTS: And another shoe probably going to drop tomorrow, when the Senate Judiciary Committee expected to vote on the idea of authorizing subpoenas.”
“DOBBS: And the issue that -- the idea of authorizing a subpoena for the Republican National Committee chairman, Mike Duncan, for testimony, what do you think about that?”
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