- v give sanction to
- v give authority or permission to
- v give religious sanction to, such as through on oath
- s conforming to orthodox or recognized rules
- s formally approved and invested with legal authority
- s established by authority; given authoritative approval
- One of the firms sanctioned, called Hong Kong Electronics and located on Kish Island, Iran, is alleged to have transferred millions of dollars of proliferation-related funds from .
- The state-sanctioned Protestant church has 17 million members; Bays believes that membership in unregistered churches is twice that, which would put the total number of Protestants .
- It is common for ideas in research to begin with incomplete statistical observations that inspire National Science Foundation- or Institutes of Medicine-sanctioned studies to prove .
News & Articles
- Derby Girls Boardwalk Bombshells spike Pikes Peak in closed roller derby bout
SANTA CRUZ -- In a WFTDA sanctioned, closed bout at their practice facility, the Santa Cruz Derby Girls Bombshells avenged one of their losses of last season by defeating the Pikes Peak Derby Dames 314-136.
June 15, 2013 - Santa Cruz Sentinel
- Tourney honors horseshoe pitcher
The Dallas Area Horseshoe Club will honor the long career of Al 8220Peanuts8221 Long during its next National Horseshoe Pitchers Association-sanctioned event, a tournament scheduled for June 22 at the Luzerne County Fairgrounds.The event will be known as the Peanuts Long Appreciation Tournament.
June 15, 2013 - Times Leader
- Divorcing Husband Sanctioned for 'Vindictive' Court Filing
A man has been sanctioned for filing a "vindictive" motion that blocked his wife from going away with her boyfriend for a long weekend.
June 11, 2013 - Law.com
- President Bush in BBC News
It will remain one of the most heavily-sanctioned nations in the world,Mr Bush said.
- Henry Paulson in Bismarck Tribune
It is clear that our strategy for robust engagement with China - intensive dialogue but with resort to WTO dispute settlement and WTO-sanctioned trade remedies if needed - is more productive than protectionist policies or legislation,Paulson...
- Jack Roush in International Herald Tribune
We went to Bristol (for the first CoT race) and we were 2,000 miles behind what they did in testing on non-sanctioned NASCAR tracks,Roush said. "That was my fault."