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authorise

A term of art used in multiple contexts in the UK, variously defined as sign off, approve, or finalise, as would a histopathologist releasing a completed report.
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Also Robert Donahue, currently a member of the board of directors of Authorize.Net Holdings Inc, will join the board of directors of CyberSource.
But the Justice Department says "FISA expressly contemplates that the Executive Branch may conduct electronic surveillance outside FISA's express procedures if and when a subsequent statute authorizes such surveillance."
The USA PATRIOT Act also amended Title III, FISA, and the federal statute related to pen registers to explicitly authorize the use of pen registers and traps and traces on communication networks other than just telephones.
We did not authorize the repeal of the Bill of Rights or the revocation of the Constitution.
In a bill-payment system, for example, if the consumer authorizes a financial institution to make monthly payments to a payee by means of EFTs, and the payments take place without further action by the consumer, the payments are preauthorized EFTs.
Empowering the ILO to authorize trade measures would permit economic sanctions for violations in one country having no significant economic effects on other countries.
Authorize any owner of a radio license to sell it to anyone else.
This provision will authorize funds transfers from a bank outside the United States that pass through one or more U.S.
Even if we assume the president was given the power to authorize warrantless surveillance of American citizens under his "commander-in-chief" authority in the U.S.
* Upon determination by the Secretary of the Army that such action is beneficial for graduate medical education programs conducted at Army medical facilities located in Hawaii, the Secretary may authorize the provision of medical services at such facilities and transportation to the facilities on a nonreimbursable basis for civilian patients from American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, and Guam.
The Board believes that any version of financial modernization legislation that authorizes banks to conduct in their subsidiaries any activity as principal that is prohibited to the bank itself is potentially a step backward to greater federal subsidization and eventually to more regulation to contain the subsidies.