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Authorised Lives in Early Christian Biography: Between Eusebius and Augustine. By Michael Stuart Williams.

Convention between Belgium and the Netherlands authorising Steam Navigation on the Terneuzen Canal, signed at The Hague, 24 April 1851

Declaration between France and Switzerland modifying the List of Offices authorised for the Control of Movement of Liquors, signed at Berne, 29 December 1909

The Legal Regime Applicable to Use of Lethal Force When Operating under a United Nations Security Council Chapter VII Mandate Authorising ‘All Necessary Means’

M. Garnett and I. Aitken, Splendid! Splendid! The Authorised Biography of Willie Whitelaw, Jonathan Cape, 2002, 386 pp., £20

35 By the King. A Proclamation for the Authorising and Uniformity of the Book of Common Prayer to be used throughout the Realm. [Westminster 5 March 1604]

Pharmaceutical Sector: Can Non-Authorised Products be Included in the Relevant Market for the Assessment of Alleged Anticompetitive Conduct? A Short Analysis of the Recent Italian Avastin-Lucentis Decision

Resolution of the Third Pan-Americam Conference (Argentine Republic, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, El Salvador, the United States and Uruguay) authorising the Office of the American Republics to establish a Special Service for the Facilitation of the Development of Natural Resources etc., adopted at Rio de Janeiro, 23 August 1906

 

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Give permission, approval, licence or some formal imprimatur (e.g. sealing by a court of a document) as required by law; to allow something that would not otherwise be allowed, or ...

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