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  • n. Plural form of authorisation.

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Examples

  • "Such companies encounter everyday problems such as authorisations, certification and visas," he added.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "We welcome the commitment of Haiti's Prime Minister to personally sign all adoption authorisations, meaning that no child will be allowed to leave the country without legal adoption documentation.

    ScreenTalk

  • Under public pressure, the last government tightened the rules for local authority authorisations.

    Letters: Watching the detectives

  • However, a US intelligence source pointed out such orders were the beginning of a process of authorisation and concrete actions – such as having agents actively supplying arms to the rebels – would need further authorisations before they can proceed.

    Libya conflict: revelations emerge that Obama has authorised undercover help

  • Since Ripa came into force in 2000, there have been 20,000 interception warrants (secretly listening to phone calls and reading emails), more than 30,000 authorisations for directed surveillance (following someone in public), and more than 2.7m requests for communications data (for example, access to phone bills)," the report, Freedom from Suspicion, notes."

    Law against phone hacking is not working, says civil liberties group

  • At a minimum, parliament should consider imposing a requirement for national recording and monitoring of section 60 authorisations when it is shortly asked to approve revisions to the codes of practice.

    Letters: Case not made for stop and search

  • The request asked for a 'full list of all areas - in England, Wales and Northern Ireland - subject to Section 44 Terrorism Act 2000 authorisations, which the Home Office has a statutory duty to be aware of.'

    Boing Boing

  • 'In relation to authorisations for England and Wales, I can confirm that the Home Office holds the information that you requested.

    Boing Boing

  • As soon as sky news said they were expecting the verdict we all put our blue cards (public order authorisations) on the table ready to cut them up if it was guilty.

    G20 police assault verdict SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • 'He did it by electronic transfer, by routing money all over the place via ABA numbers - those are international bank identification numbers - and by backing up the transactions with faxed authorisations, all bearing the right identifying codes.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

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