Under the aegis of the World Trade Organization, companies could feel secure that they could sell their goods all over the globe.
The biggest naval export program is the aegis fire control system.
“Greenwald did come here under the aegis of [Dotcom],” says John Armstrong, political columnist for The New Zealand Herald.
Not every advice giver works under the aegis of an organization.
Tokyo also sent one of its aegis destroyers to the Sea of Japan on April 3.
It was, too, something of a paradox that Byron should be eager to shelter himself under the aegis of Charles Lamb.
Will she refuse to protect with her aegis the most humble of her adorers?
So now he felt secure, under the aegis of the Press, and the wing of the "Gosshawk."
She is to have her piano and he is to write a book under her aegis.
She stands erect in the centre of the pediment, fully armed and wearing her aegis.
"protection," 1793, from Latin aegis, from Greek Aigis, the name of the shield of Zeus, said by Herodotus to be related to aix (genitive aigos) "goat," from PIE *aig- "goat" (cf. Sanskrit ajah, Lithuanian ozys "he-goat"), as the shield was of goatskin. Athene's aigis was a short goat-skin cloak, covered with scales, set with a gorgon's head, and fringed with snakes. The exact use and purpose of it is not now clear.
The goatskin would be worn with the two forelegs tied in front of the wearer's breast, or possibly with the head passed through an opening made at the neck, by the removal of the animal's head. [F. Warre Cornish, ed., "Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities," London, 1898]