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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sanction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. formally approved and invested with legal authority
- adj. conforming to orthodox or recognized rules
- adj. established by authority; given authoritative approval
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And accordingly, without any petty distinctions of party, or class, or creed, they decided to band themselves into a body of volunteers and they adopted a title sanctioned in Irish history -- namely, the Irish
One might as well charge Jesus with legalism in adopting a term sanctioned by God
Does my, and the majority of other people voting in "sanctioned" elections count?
I know it is the accepted designation for eighteen-year-old human females, the legally correct word, a word sanctioned by the restroom doors at some of the nation’s finest institutions of higher education.
The poverty, sorrow of humans takes a back seat as the Treasury is looted and the Thou shalt not killers run out to kill in sanctioned Murder.
Virgin sanctioned the show, over which it has limited control, to spotlight the 2-year-old airline, which positions itself as a fun, hip, lower-cost alternative to the legacy carriers.
(A USAC license allows a rider to compete in sanctioned races.)
Our idea of escape was an order of fries at the snack bar of the Western Rivieraa cross-shaped turquoise swimming pool slapped across the prairie like an SOS sign to Godand then the insouciant promise of the library, where you could lose yourself for hours in sanctioned daydreams.
It is clear you have fallen into the Hitler-seque division of the nation by deeming one side liberal ( now used mostly as a form of hate speech) and the other, conservative Republicans (the word sanctioned by Fox News, CNN and MSNBC to mean ‘people like us’ in an eight-year incumbency.)
The facts are laid out in a Court of Appeals decision, and the fact that she was sanctioned is a matter of record.
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