So long as her son received no intimation to the contrary, it was a sign that Lord Rotherfield permitted his wife to sanction
the marriage by her presence.
They had a sanction
, in their own class-ethic, for every act they performed.
The authority of government, even such as I am willing to submit to -- for I will cheerfully obey those who know and can do better than I, and in many things even those who neither know nor can do so well -- is still an impure one: to be strictly just, it must have the sanction
and consent of the governed.
But would he sanction
anything to which she thought proper to object?
You are right, of course, in saying that it's not new, that it's like what we've read and heard a thousand times already; but what is really original in all this, and is exclusively your own, to my horror, is that you sanction bloodshed /in the name of conscience/, and, excuse my saying so, with such fanaticism.
He said just now (he nodded at Razumihin) that I sanction bloodshed.
Dow Jones today announced that SWIFT's Sanctions
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- If a global referendum were to be held, Turkey would be among the countries voting in favor of United Nations (UN) sanctions
along with the majority of the world's countries, according to a survey from WIN/Gallup International.
A SCOTTISH MP yesterday demanded an immediate halt to all benefit sanctions
With the agreed deadline for reaching a "political framework" for a final comprehensive nuclear agreement only a few days away, the fate of the negotiations now hang on closing the gap between the P5+1 and Iran on removing sanctions
Philip Lynch is one of an increasing number of Teessiders to have been hit by benet sanctions
in recent years.
But earlier this month, the Nobel laureate supported the decision by the Obama Administration to push for closer engagement with the junta, while maintaining sanctions
In turn, the possibility of receiving such sanctions
or rewards may affect contributions.
As a means for responding to a wide array of national security concerns and violations of international norms, economic sanctions
have occupied an increasingly prominent place in the tool kit of US policymakers.
If not, should sanctions
be authorized, especially since the 1983 version of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11 upon which Rule 137 was based, was replaced in 1993 by a rule expressly authorizing sanctions
against law firms--an approach some states have also followed?