“authorized biographies are glorified press releases,” says historian José Murilo de Carvalho.
And he may have to explain why he authorized a payment to that same supposed rogue while he was cooling his heels inside.
For example, he authorized conjugal visits for prisoners for the first time in the state and broadened environmental protection.
In tense debates before Obama authorized the SEALs raid, his officials tried to foresee what the reactions would be in Pakistan.
One administration official says that lethal arms are not part of the new items Obama has now authorized.
I understand that you think that it ought to be on all authorized editions of books?
The author of this letter has, at my request, authorized me to publish it anonymously.
The treasurer was authorized to send to Lenox for a 'charter.'
He was justified, he was authorized, he was the instrument of a fixed purpose.
authorized translation from the German by Beatrice M. Hinkle.
"give formal approval to," late 14c., autorisen, from Old French autoriser "authorize, give authority to" (12c.), from Medieval Latin auctorizare, from auctor (see author (n.)). Modern spelling from 16c. Related: Authorized; authorizing.