Examples of auspice in a Sentence
a program for inner-city youths that is under the auspices of a national corporation
interpreted the teacher's smile as an auspice that he would get an A on his presentation
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However, there is no context that validates the use of this term in relation to progress without disregarding the brutal reality of what happened in this country’s history under the auspice of Manifest Destiny.
And also under the auspice of, so to speak, that good things are for sharing.
The funds were raised under the auspice of Tulane's $1.3 billion fundraising campaign. . . . . . . .
Scientists have been fascinated by this work because this phenomenon was predicted a century ago under the auspice of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
These concerns were raised during a panel discussion in an event presented by the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy-Skylake Synagogue alliance with the auspice and collaboration of ATJC.
Angell’s under Bacquet’s auspice introduced a new tapas menu that runs concurrent with the dinner menu.
Dabdoub sought to place the incident at a New Orleans substation under the auspice of other incidents seen across the company's grid nationwide.
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