Examples of authorization in a Sentence
you will need the authorization of the council before you can act
his authorization to go ahead with the project was finally given
Recent Examples of authorization from the Web
Violating probation or parole may include doing things such as accepting a job without permission, using a cellphone or computer without authorization, or leaving their home county.
The filmmakers argued that Street Survivor didn't and wouldn't represent any authorization from the band, that the production company wasn't a party to the agreements, and that the film constituted free speech.
The dealership had been leasing the spaces for years without city authorization.
Something else to consider: Mexicans are less willing to live and work in the United States without authorization, a fact that calls to mind another key Trump administration priority.
According to the Successions to the Crown Act, the first six in line to the throne need the monarch's authorization (Harry is currently fifth in line).
But to obtain a state license, operators must first have a local license or authorization.
The judge’s wiretap authorization for the first Florencia case ended in October 2006, about the time Arlene says Tablas was giving her the keys to the neighborhood.
Moore is accused of entering a Monroe Street home without authorization and raping a woman in early August, the DA's office said.
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First Known Use of authorization
Synonymsallowance, permission, clearance, concurrence, consent, granting, green light, leave, license (or licence), sanction, sufferance, warrant
Antonymsinterdiction, prohibition, proscription
Related Wordsimprimatur, seal, signature, stamp; accreditation, certification; liberty, pass; concession, patent, permit; tolerance, toleration; acceptance, acquiescence, agreement, assent, OK (or okay); accord, grant
Near Antonymsdenial, refusal, rejection, revocation; taboo (also tabu); injunction, veto; deterrence, discouragement, repression, suppression; ban, embargo, exclusion
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