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the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

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said everyone; and the bandmaster received permission to show the bird to the people the next Sunday.
Sinner that I am," exclaimed Maritornes, who stood by; "before you have got your permission my master will be in the other world.
Say, have I your permission to speak to your father?
What need is there that you should know his name; the offense was directed against myself, and the permission once obtained from his majesty, to revenge it is my affair.
It was his own fault that she was discussing him with his mother; he had wanted her support in his third attempt to win Lucy; he wanted to feel that others, no matter who they were, agreed with him, and so he had asked their permission.
Young Count Toll objected to the Swedish general's views more warmly than anyone else, and in the course of the dispute drew from his side pocket a well-filled notebook, which he asked permission to read to them.
Several of the other men now asked permission to come on deck, and soon all but those actually engaged in some necessary duty were standing around smoking and talking, all in the best of spirits.
Refuse this man Jacks permission to search my house during my absence.
He entreats for permission to stop here for minute.
The reasons why I excluded him from my portrait-gallery are so honorab le to both of us, that I must ask permission briefly to record them.
In the meanwhile, sir, I ask permission to leave you to your rest.
When her request was granted, she besought permission to rear her puppies in the same spot.
The sovereign was so pleased with the wit of the reply that he gave her permission to scratch his Prime Minister's eyes out.
An old man named Daniel Baker, living near Lebanon, Iowa, was suspected by his neighbors of having murdered a peddler who had obtained permission to pass the night at his house.
One sunny afternoon in school, Cecily and Kitty Marr asked and received permission to sit out on the side bench before the open window, where the cool breeze swept in from the green fields beyond.