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  • 41 sanction — sankcija statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Pritarimas, leidimas, patvirtinimas. kilmė lot. sanctio – griežtas nutarimas atitikmenys: angl. approval; sanction vok. Bestätigung, f; Sanktion, f rus. санкция …

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  • 42 sanction — 1. noun /ˈsæŋkʃən/ a) An approval, by an authority, generally one that makes something valid. b) A penalty, or some coercive measure, intended to ensure compliance; especially one adopted by several nations, or by an …

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  • 43 sanction — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. permission, confirmation, ratification, approval, approbation; interdiction, penalty, punishment. See legality. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Approval] Syn. consent, acquiescence, assent; see permission . 2 …

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  • 44 sanction — sanc·tion || sæŋkʃn n. permission, authorization; approve; penalty imposed for disobedience of a law; bonus or reward given for obedience of a law; policy or principle designed to enforce a law v. approve, authorize; endorse, ratify; penalize …

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  • 45 sanction — contains …

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  • 46 sanction —    an assassination    Literally, no more than a penalty, except in this espionage jargon:     ... he had performed a half dozen counterassassinations ( sanctions in the crepuscular bureaucratese). (Trevanian, 1973) …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 47 sanction — I. n. 1. Confirmation, ratification, countenance, support, authority, warranty, authorization, allowance. 2. Penalty, punishment. II. v. a. Ratify, confirm, countenance, support, authorize, warrant, allow, legalize, bind …

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  • 48 sanction — 1. A punitive measure taken by one country against another. Often adopted as an alternative to war, sanctions usually take the form of restrictions of economic activity or cultural exchange. Sanctions are often directed at specific economic… …

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  • 49 sanction — n 1. authority, authorization, warrant, warranty, certification, accreditation, legalization, validation; permission, allowance, consent, vouchsafe ment; license, liberty, leave, imprimatur, carte blanche. 2. countenance, acknowledgement,… …

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  • 50 sanction — sanc·tion …

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  • 51 sanction —   n. ratification; permission; penalty incurred or reward lost by breaking law; v.t. permit.    ♦ sanctionative, a …

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  • 52 sanction —   Ho āpono …

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  • 53 sanction — nf. SANKCHON (Albanais) …

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  • 54 sanction — Approval. Authority. Something giving force and authority. A coercive measure. That part of a law which signifies the evil or penalty which will be incurred by the wrongdoer for his breach of it. 50 Am J1st Stat § 151. As used in the Federal… …

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  • 55 sanction — n. & v. n. 1 approval or encouragement given to an action etc. by custom or tradition; express permission. 2 confirmation or ratification of a law etc. 3 a a penalty for disobeying a law or rule, or a reward for obeying it. b a clause containing… …

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  • 56 Sanction penale en France — Sanction pénale en France Introduction générale Droit pénal et ses sources …

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  • 57 Sanction pénale en droit français — Sanction pénale en France Introduction générale Droit pénal et ses sources …

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  • 58 Sanction pénale en france — Introduction générale Droit pénal et ses sources …

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  • 59 Sanction Four — is a punishment meted out by the Multinational Forces in John Birmingham s Axis of Time novel Designated Targets .Under the rules of engagement of January 15, 2021, Sanction Four is authorized against enemy forces who have committed atrocities… …

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  • 60 Sanction, Pragmatic — • An edict formally issued by the emperor or king Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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