Definitions

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  • noun Obsolete form of authority.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • HI; with all the thanks being handed out by everyone, I noticed that not one freed journelist or past/present politician thanked KIM JONG 2 who might also be watching the same broadcast, It was his option and probally his idea, someone of authourity should thank him and the two journalist who violated the border should thank him, as pointed out we have a lot of people in our jails for the same crime

    Obama applauds release of freed American journalists

  • Not only is she not intimidated by her mother's authourity and threats, she challenges the older woman, telling her that her procuress-like speech on how risks are necessary for richness "is a pretty saying of a wicked one/but methinks now/it does not show so well out of your mouth;/better in his" (2. 1.177-180).

    Final drafting stuff:

  • Using his authourity as a resident advisor, he broke into the room of a female student while she was unconscious, assaulted her, and photographed her, without her consent.

    That's Just Fucking Gross

  • GB: The individual submits to a higher authourity as a point of reference. bh: The individual submits to social codes in order to avoid disapproval and learn how to function smoothly.

    Outline: Greenblatt vs. hooks

  • GB: Self-fashioning involves some effacement or underming of self so as not to threaten higher authourity. bh: The system undermines the individual in order to impose its authourity and values.

    Outline: Greenblatt vs. hooks

  • While the majority Michel, Dyk, Prost, Lourie claimed the CAFC had the authourity to resolve such legal issues sua sponte, the dissent argued that the opinion is "not consistent with the need to respect and recognize agency expertise or the interests of agency or judicial economy."

    CAFC Walks Away From Comiskey During En Banc Review

  • GB: Point of reference (ie, the higher authourity) and the concept of the Other can be replaced. bh: When any attempt to replace (or challenge) patriarchy is made, the system components (ie, its individual participants) feel threatened as a result and respond negatively.

    Outline: Greenblatt vs. hooks

  • While the majority Michel, Dyk, Prost, Lourie claimed the CAFC had the authourity to resolve such legal issues sua sponte, the dissent argued that the opinion is "not consistent with the need to respect and recognize agency expertise or the interests of agency or judicial economy."

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • But even though I have authority there, I have ZERO authourity with the North Korean embassy in Shenyang and I\'m not really sure if I have any authority at my hotel here either.

    North Korea or Bust: Me, my Shenyang hotel and www.technorati.com

  • "A poet's moral authourity, essential to the well-being of culture, derives from the truth contained in his or her poems" (Yezzi 21). proof: adaptation of classical into modernity

    Draft: Sidney Arguments

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