under the auspices of

idiom

formal
: with the help and support of (someone or something)
The donation was made under the auspices of the local historical society.
The research is being done under the auspices of the federal government.

Examples of under the auspices of in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Pilot programs could incorporate PA border and customs police into the management of maritime and land crossings, and the PA civil defense, a force of some 1,500 that works closely with Israel, could join a campaign to clear rubble and unexploded explosives under the auspices of NATO. Shira Efron, Foreign Affairs, 15 Apr. 2024 Santa Ana College is one of two comprehensive colleges under the auspices of the Rancho Santiago Community College District. Advertorial, Orange County Register, 10 Apr. 2024 The research was produced under the auspices of the marketing department, but unlike traditional market research, which focuses on tactics and short-term goals, this study takes a much broader view. Pamela N. Danziger, Forbes, 28 Feb. 2024 Patiently and with great purpose, Hyams lays out how an institution built in the 19th century became a makeshift ghetto, a site of mass murder, a place of uprising and, finally, under the auspices of the Jewish Historical Museum, a lasting memorial. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times, 4 Jan. 2024 Best Irish Whiskey Under $100: Green Spot Green Spot is another whiskey produced at Midleton, but sold under the auspices of the Mitchell family. Jonah Flicker, Robb Report, 1 Mar. 2024 Each of our 58 counties empanels a jury of ordinary citizens to serve for one year under the auspices of the state Superior Court. Peter Magnani, The Mercury News, 15 Feb. 2024 State lawmakers eventually passed legislation overhauling the agency and putting it under the auspices of the state treasurer’s office. Lia Russell, Baltimore Sun, 25 Jan. 2024 The first, Prime, tied to the 6 a.m. service, was performed as a podcast under the auspices of Playwrights Horizons at the height of lockdown in 2020. Adam Green, Vogue, 22 Jan. 2024

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