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1. How does the Bible authorize?
2. I said to Jill, Authorize a search.
3. Do you authorize a BLOCKBUSTER strike, over?’’.
4. Some of the people of that constituency authorize a.
5. How does the Bible authorize? It authorizes by direct command.
6. Many verses authorize mass slaughter (4:56, 4:91 and 2:191-194).
7. I asked Rachel to authorize unlimited access to the ship’s logs.

8. Did you authorize the use of antimatter weapons on this planet?
9. This council will authorize temporary, thirty-day approval for some of.
10. You authorize Google to place ads relevant to your content on your blog.
11. The prime minister needs to authorize the venting and the evacuation of.
12. So I will authorize a check for a million to you and we can call it a day.
13. It will not be inexpedient, however, for Congress to authorize an enlargement of them.
14. I authorize you to drive out onto this lake, he said, with a flourish of hand motion.
15. He said that he didn’t care who had to authorize the matter, he just expected it to be done.
16. Such an examination was not necessary to authorize the House to call for the information required.
17. But to be more specific—I would grant letters of marque and reprisal, and authorize privateering.
18. It might take one of the founders to authorize it, but if the case turned on that information, he would have it.
19. Resolved, That the title be, An act to authorize the President to employ an additional number of revenue cutters.
20. Bitcoin uses digital signatures to authorize transactions so that you, and only you, can spend the bitcoins you own.
21. I am willing to put a clause in the bill to authorize the President to give the frigates away, if he cannot sell them.
22. I fully authorize you at once to assume the command of the Pharaon, and look carefully to the unloading of her freight.
23. But then we can authorize you to collect the revenue, and, while occupied with that, you may do whatever else you please!.
24. The Old Confederation did expressly authorize the admission of Canada into the Union, but the present constitution does not.
25. As he left, he knew he needed more proof of Sloan’s intentions in order to persuade the Administration to authorize a search.
26. However, I cannot for the moment authorize any action north of the line of demarcation, even after an attack by the North Koreans.
27. But the big national news involved congressional hand-wringing over whether or not to authorize President Bush to go to war with Iraq.
28. We have Reich passports, from before the war, but with endorsements from the pre-war government that authorize our residing in Poland.
29. There was no law to authorize the punishment of a man for robbing the mail; but it was derived from the power of establishing post roads.
30. Provided, That nothing in this act contained shall be construed to authorize any sum to be borrowed greater than four millions of dollars.
31. After signing bills, W has used signing statements which authorize him to bypass the law, on 1100 bills, a record for any president.
32. This second offline computer also has a Bitcoin wallet program installed and only functions to authorize, or digitally sign, the transaction.
33. An engrossed bill to authorize the President to employ an additional number of revenue cutters was read a third time: Whereupon, a motion was made by Mr.
34. This corridor has yet to be opened, mainly because they usually are not until a day or two before the storm is expected and the authorities authorize it.
35. The free-wheeling and open discussion lasted for a half hour before the motion was made to authorize the funding Timothy would need to resolve the issue.
36. Congress should authorize and fund an evidence-based opioid and heroin treatment and intervention program for states, local governments, and nonprofits.
37. To authorize the transfer of bitcoins from the bank’s Bitcoin address, multiple employees need to use their private keys to digitally sign the transaction.
38. A few days since we passed a bill to authorize the erection of a bridge; and another, to change the name of an individual, to enable him to inherit an estate.
39. I would suggest two for consideration—either a total non-importation, which our laws can doubtless enforce, or to arm our merchantmen, and authorize convoys.
40. Actually, the Chief of Staff of the Space Force interrupted, what he wants is for you to request the J M F to authorize the mission and for me to order it.
41. Sound economy would authorize the retaining them a few months longer, till we come here again in the fall, till we know whether it be proper to disband them or not.
42. Will, then, any injury, or any combination of injuries, authorize or require national resentment? The reasoning of the gentlemen would lead us to a negative conclusion.
43. He, therefore, moved to amend the resolution by adding to the end of it the words and to authorize vessels laden with provisions to clear out for any port of the aforesaid country.
44. You should authorize air strikes into the northern portion of the DMZ whenever the field commander determines that the enemy is using the area in preparation for attack in the south.
45. The other bill before the committee, going to authorize the raising an additional force of twenty thousand men for one year, was then taken up, and the blanks therein severally filled.
46. It will rest with the judgment of Congress to decide how far the change in our external prospects may authorize any modifications of the laws relating to the Army and Navy Establishments.
47. Resolved, That provision ought to be made by law to authorize the President of the United States to cause the several persons who were removed from the batture, in front of the suburb St.
48. With credit card payments and bank transfers, you authorize a transaction by providing proof of your personal identity (and these days, the amount of proof you have to show is getting quite burdensome).
49. They will next wish us to admit them into the Union before their population will authorize it; tell us that that Territory does not grow fast enough, and we must demolish the system for their convenience.
50. The House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole on the bill to authorize the importation of goods, wares, and merchandise, under certain circumstances, from Great Britain, her colonies or dependencies.
51. On that occasion it was determined that the publication of a literary work did not of itself divest the author of the exclusive right, nor authorize others to republish it for their advantage without his consent.
52. President, I regret that the honorable chairman of the committee who reported this bill is not here to give it that support which his talents, information, and the importance of the subject authorize us to expect.
53. Although the number of seamen in service might not exceed two thousand seven hundred and twenty, as stated, yet the President now had power to authorize the employment of five thousand four hundred and ninety men.
54. The only reason that Martin Luther succeeded in his rebellion against the church he was a part of was because the northern Kings took his side in the matter and decided to authorize his criticisms as having validity.
55. Congress should authorize funding for grants for states, local governments, and other entities to implement specialty care programs, including Coordinated Specialty Care for First Episode Psychosis in community settings.
56. Poindexter, the House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole, on the bill to authorize the people of Mississippi Territory to form a constitution and State Government, and for the admission of the same into the Union.
57. Johnson observed that he had draughted a resolution for the consideration of the House, the object of which was to authorize an expedition of mounted volunteers against the several Indian tribes hostile to the United States.
58. Graham adds that a proxy vote would be necessary to authorize an independent committee of outside shareholders to select the engineering firm that would submit its report to the shareholders, not to the board of directors.
59. On this Sunday morning, before daybreak, one of David's messengers arrived in great haste from Tiberias, bringing the word that Herod had authorized, or was about to authorize, the arrest of Jesus by the officers of the Sanhedrin.
60. Resolved, That it is expedient to authorize the President of the United States, if he shall deem it most proper, to compromise the conflicting claims of the United States and the persons removed from the batture of the suburb of St.
61. That it is expedient to authorize the President, under proper regulations, to accept the service of any number of volunteers, not exceeding fifty thousand; to be organized, trained, and held in readiness to act on such service as the exigencies of the Government may require.
62. If this law were to pass, could the Secretary of State be authorized to declare the number of Representatives to which each State was entitled? Could Congress transfer to him legislative power, and authorize him to declare of how many members this body should consist? He presumed not.
63. He recommends filling up the ranks of the present military establishment, and to lengthen the term of service; to raise an auxiliary force for a more limited time; to authorize the acceptance of volunteers, and provide for calling out detachments of militia as circumstances may require.
64. Another aspect of that support and also a byproduct of the public knowledge of time travel in this timeline, is the recent decision by the Global Council to authorize intertime tourism and trade between this time period and the Global Council, subject to the close supervision of the Time Patrol.
65. Resolved, That it is expedient further to authorize by law the detention of all ships or vessels, with their cargoes, the property of the subjects of the Emperor of France, brought within the ports of the United States, there to abide the final decision or order of the Government in relation to the same.
66. The House resumed the consideration of the bill making further provision for the corps of Engineers, which had been amended in Committee of the Whole, so as to authorize the appropriation therein made to be disbursed at such place as may be designated by the President of the United States for that purpose.
67. If, sir, additional motives were necessary, we may find them in the bills which have this morning been introduced into the House by the chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, at the instance of the Secretary of the Treasury, one of which goes to lay large additional duties, and the other to authorize a loan.
68. If this resolution were to authorize an arming against Great Britain alone, this argument would have no effect; but as it has a view to a general arming against all nations, this reasoning is conclusive on my mind, and must operate in the same way upon all men who will give the subject a dispassionate consideration.
69. We have made war, said he, to guarantee the honor and independence of the nation, as well as for the support of the just rights of our citizens; with these objects in view, he had consented to authorize a regular force of 25,000 men, and advocated one more numerous, though in principle he was opposed to standing armies.
70. That, holding the opinion (as a majority of the committee do) that the constitution did not authorize Congress originally to grant the charter, it follows, as a necessary consequence of that opinion, that an extension of it, even under the restrictions contemplated by the stockholders, is equally repugnant to the constitution.
71. Under this view of the subject, so long as I understand the right to "lay taxes" to consist in drawing supplies from the people for public purposes, and not to tax one portion of the community for the benefit of another, and "to collect them," the right to enforce payment, I cannot construe them to authorize the establishment of a bank.
72. It decreed that the Banking Board could authorize savings banks to invest in interest-bearing obligations not otherwise eligible for investment, provided application for such authorization shall have been made by not less than 20 savings banks, or by a trust company, all of the capital stock of which is owned by not less than 20 savings banks.
73. They merely imprinted upon the coin of Attic origin a counter-mark to officially authorize the circulation, and when the original Athenian coins in the country were insufficient to pay the troops, they struck off others as nearly like them as possible--these, however, are easily recognized by the defects of workmanship and altered inscriptions.
74. Under the firmest conviction, then, as I am, that war between the United States and Great Britain—if we have any respect for our honor as a nation—will be an event of inevitable consequence, I have in vain searched for the reasons which would induce us to authorize our merchant vessels to arm against all unlawful molestations on the high seas.
75. If the British Government, so recently as May last, disavowed an arrangement, and recalled its Minister, under an allegation that he violated his instructions, was it to be supposed that they would, in two or three months, so far change their policy as to authorize an arrangement on the same principles that they had just rejected? Certainly not, sir.
76. Like the Virginia justice, you tell the man, whose turkey had been stolen, that your book of precedents furnishes no form for his case, but then you will grant him a precept to search for a cow, and when looking for that he may possibly find his turkey! You say to this corporation, we cannot authorize you to discount—to emit paper—to regulate commerce, &c.
77. At the close of the last session of Congress, it was hoped that the successive confirmations of the extinction of the French decrees, so far as they violated our neutral commerce, would have induced the Government of Great Britain to repeal its Orders in Council, and thereby authorize a removal of the existing obstructions to her commerce with the United States.
78. Resolved, That it is expedient to authorize the President by law to instruct the commanders of the armed vessels of the United States to stop and bring into the ports of the same all ships or vessels with their cargoes, the property of the subjects of the King of Great Britain and of the Emperor of France, bound to ports other than those within the dominions or colonies of either.
79. Your C-World for life-extending surgery that will give your father two more years of life, perhaps letting him live long enough until they legalize universal immortality, or, authorize a Humane Immediate Cessation Order on Terminal Indigents and earn a spin on the Fortune's Five-thousandths of a percent Weal of Conspicuous Consumption – where every life taken adds a year to yours.
80. The population of the Territory proposed to be erected into an independent State is unquestionably sufficient to authorize the measure agreeably to the present ratio of representation; and from the vast influx of emigration to that section of the Union since the last census, I am fully satisfied that it might be demanded as a matter of right under the compact with the State of Georgia.
81. Now, sir, if the measure proposed could in any way counteract his views—if it went the full length of preventing him from procuring the various articles which his necessities require, I confess it would be inflicting a punishment, which not only the laws of war would authorize, but which the unprecedented baseness of his late attempt most loudly calls for; but no such effect will be produced.
82. All that we have to do, it appears to me, is to make a provision, in the nature of a declaratory law, not amending the act of 1807, but, declaring what the law is; and we ought to quiet the rights, and the mind too, of every man in society, by declaring that, by the act of 1807, it was not intended to authorize the President of the United States to interpose the bayonet between the courts of justice and the individual.
83. I’m the one who has to authorize someone else to do it, and if it doesn’t work—if it turns into a disaster because we get two solid five-days of blizzards nobody anticipated, or the thaw comes early in the Border States, or it comes late on the Ice Ash—I’ll be the one who rolled the dice—because, in the final analysis, the responsibility’s mine, whoever came up with the idea in the first place—and crapped out with the lives of sixty thousand men.
84. I therefore, sir, with great deference to superior abilities, propose that the law imposing an embargo on all ships and vessels of the United States, and all the laws supplementary thereto, be immediately repealed, and that we authorize our merchants to arm their vessels, under proper regulations, in defence of our legitimate and lawful commerce; that the Government from time to time afford the commerce of the country such protection as may be found necessary and prudent.
85. On these three points, then, the amendment ought to be rejected: first, that it goes to shake the solidity of the title; second, that it goes to sanction an opinion, that a preceding proclamation of the President of the United States is obligatory on the Congress of the United States; and, third, that the amendment, if agreed to, will go to authorize an opinion that the domineering interference of Great Britain, in respect to the country in question, was right and proper.
86. Is the power to create this paper medium, or national currency, an attribute of State or national sovereignty? I put the question to the candor of gentlemen, and solicit a serious answer! The argument of my honorable friend from Georgia against the power of the States to authorize the emission of bank paper, founded on that part of the constitution which declares that "No State shall emit bills of credit," acquires great additional force, when these bills of credit are made to assume the character of money, for national purposes.
87. Should it ever become the settled doctrine in this country, that the opinions and the measures of the Executive are entitled to our prompt acquiescence and blind support; that, like the devoted soldier, a mere military machine, we are not to pause over a vote; that free discussion of the merits of the Executive shall authorize suspicion of the purity of the citizen; the time will be fast hastening when a throne shall be erected upon the ruins of the Constitution of the United States, and the name of America be added to the list of those Republics which have risen like the rocket, and fallen like the stick.
88. Resolved, That the bill entitled "An act declaring War between Great Britain and her Dependencies, and the United States and their Territories," be recommitted to the committee to whom was committed the Message of the President, of the 1st instant, with instructions to modify and amend the same, in such manner that the President of the United States shall have power to authorize the public armed ships and vessels of the United States to make reprisals upon the public and private ships and vessels, goods, and merchandise, belonging to the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or to the subjects thereof; and also to grant letters of marque and reprisal, under suitable regulations, to be provided in the bill, to private armed ships and vessels to make like reprisals.
89. All the gentlemen who spoke against the bill professed to be willing in a proper manner to authorize a loan of any sum of money necessary to meet the appropriations made; but they contended that the bill was objectionable because the sum was not stated in the face of the bill, because the bill bore a deceptive appearance of borrowing money to pay the public debt, when, in fact, it was to meet the ordinary expenses of the Government; because the bill authorized a loan of five millions five hundred and sixty thousand dollars, more by one million one hundred and sixty thousand dollars than the Secretary of the Treasury had declared to be necessary, and because no loan ought to be authorized until bills now before the House were decided on, which involved a reduction of the annual expenditure.
1. From this point onwards I am authorizing the.
2. I received orders authorizing killings to cut the prisoners’ morale.
3. You must rate, the authorizing TWX came in with a lot of horsepower behind it.
4. The following year Constantine issued the Edict of Milan authorizing the practice of Christianity.
5. Andrew Jackson did not like a bill authorizing the construction of new roads and added a statement.
6. The law was enacted in the 1960s by authorizing the identification of fish and wildlife threatened with.
7. Authorizing them to establish colonies on hostile shores on a new continent:… ‘in the name of the Crown’.
8. This was a bill authorizing the post war reorganizing of state governments he’d requested three months earlier.
9. Cutts moved an amendment authorizing the building of ten ships of war, of forty-four guns, and ten sloops of war.
10. Newton called for the order of the day on the bill authorizing the President to employ twelve additional revenue cutters.
11. Here is my mission order authorizing me to recruit women anywhere in the United States, irrespective of race or ethnicity.
12. His call led to laws authorizing Virginia’s governor to close Norfolk’s schools, and elsewhere, to prevent integration.
13. And he provided to you at some point a resolution from a director of that company authorizing him to act on their behalf.
14. The House resumed the consideration of the bill authorizing the President of the United States to appoint additional Brigadier Generals, &c.
15. Erskine authorizing him to tender reparation for the attack on the Chesapeake, because his power so to act has not been distinctly questioned.
16. The Senate resumed the third reading of the bill authorizing the fitting out, officering, and manning, the frigates belonging to the United States.
17. Under this conviction, I proposed a resolution limiting the duration of the embargo, and authorizing, at the same time, the issuing of letters of marque and reprisal.
18. The law was enacted in the 1960‘s by authorizing the identification of fish and wildlife threatened with extinction and the purchase of habitat for their protection.
19. An Act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes.
20. Williams, the House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole on the bill authorizing the appointment of additional general officers in the Army of the United States.
21. The reason, he said, was that in authorizing the Court to issue the writ Congress was expanding upon the original jurisdiction of the Court as provided in the Constitution.
22. The engrossed bill authorizing a loan for a sum of money, not exceeding the amount of the principal of the public debt, reimbursable during the year 1810, was read a third time.
23. The amendment to the bill, entitled "An act authorizing the issuing of Treasury Notes," was reported by the committee correctly engrossed, and the bill was read a third time as amended.
24. We lay an embargo—is there any clause in the constitution authorizing us to lay embargoes? No, sir; we have a right to regulate trade, and we have a right to lay embargoes to protect it.
25. The bill authorizing the appointment of additional general officers in the Army of the United States, was then read a third time, and passed by yeas and nays: for the bill 95, against it 30.
26. I have already sent a message authorizing Brigadier General Dows to start the thinning of her unit on the ground in Korea and am now going to see General MacArthur to put an end to this farce.
27. Ordered, That the title be, An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes.
28. Cheves, the House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole on the bill reported by the Committee of Ways and Means authorizing the issuing of Treasury notes for the service of the year 1812.
29. The House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole, on the bill authorizing a loan for a sum of money not exceeding the amount of the principal of the public debt reimbursable during the year 1810.
30. Eppes said that, some time ago, a bill had been reported by him to the House, authorizing the President of the United States to employ the public armed vessels to convoy the lawful commerce of the United States.
31. She wouldn’t promise on your life to do whatever Mother requires of her, but she ordered the deaths of innocent embryos only because she didn’t remember authorizing their creation and didn’t want to be their mother.
32. This is an official army general order, signed by you, authorizing the formation of Unit 731, a unit dealing with biological warfare and which conducted experiments on live prisoners, infecting them with all sorts of diseases.
33. The last report we got on her, thanks to American newspapers and radio stations, was that she had been tasked to form an all-female air unit, following the edict from their president authorizing the enlistment of women in their army.
34. Russell, authorizing him to agree to an armistice, upon two conditions only; and what are they? That the Orders in Council should be repealed, and the practice of impressing American seamen cease, those already impressed being released.
35. I’m authorizing Father Ahbsahlahn and Bishop Staiphan to take statements from all of the survivors and begin compiling a comprehensive report on this debacle immediately, and I have no intention of acting until I’ve received that report.
36. The House again resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole, on the bill from the Senate authorizing the raising of twenty thousand men, for one year, if in the opinion of the President of the United States the public service shall require it.
37. For example, digital rights management software—software that decides who can see a file by appending access rights to a document—is useless without standards for authenticating and authorizing users for reading, modifying, or printing files.
38. The conferees met, and the committee of Senate submitted a section, authorizing the President, under his instructions, made conformably to the laws of nations, to grant convoy to the merchant ships of the United States engaged in lawful commerce.
39. The legislatures of several states have recognized the superior standing of Canada by authorizing savings banks to purchase its obligations, and Vermont has accepted also the dollar bonds of Belgium, Denmark, Great Britain, Holland, and Switzerland.
40. President: The House of Representatives have passed a "resolution authorizing the President of the United States to issue a proclamation to the inhabitants of the British American Continental Provinces," in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.
41. We, therefore, pray your honorable body to pass a law authorizing a convention to be called, for the purpose of forming a constitution and State Government in the Mississippi Territory, to be admitted into the Union upon the footing of the original States.
42. By the way, talking of the 6th Army: you may be happy to hear that General Marshall was quite displeased on learning that Lieutenant General DeWitt had unilaterally decided to overrule the mission order to you authorizing you to enroll women anywhere in the country.
43. The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Whole, the consideration of the bill, entitled "An act authorizing the President of the United States to accept and organize certain volunteer military corps," together with the amendments reported thereto by the select committee.
44. Resolved, That the select committee to whom was referred so much of the President's Message as relates to military affairs, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing an expedition of mounted volunteers against the Indian tribes hostile to the United States.
45. Leib, a committee appointed for the purpose, notifying the House that the Senate have rejected the bill, entitled An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes.
46. Agreeably to the order of the day, the bill, entitled "An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes," was resumed, and considered as in Committee of the Whole; and Mr.
47. The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Whole, the bill authorizing the President of the United States to raise certain companies of spies or rangers for the protection of the frontier of the United States; and the bill was amended; and the President reported it to the House accordingly.
48. The amendment to the bill, entitled "An act supplementary to the act, entitled 'An act authorizing the President of the United States to accept and organize certain volunteer military corps,'" having been reported by the committee correctly engrossed, the bill was read a third time as amended.
49. The House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole on the bill authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory, of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes; and, after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr.
50. The amendments to the bill, entitled "An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes," were reported by the committee correctly engrossed; and the bill was read the third time, as amended.
51. Resolved, That the committee to whom was referred so much of the President's Message, at the commencement of the session, as relates to the Spanish American colonies, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the President of the United States to occupy East and West Florida without delay.
52. Mitchill, from the committee to whom was referred the memorial of William Lambert, and the report made thereon by the Secretary of State at the last session, presented a bill authorizing the establishment of an Astronomical Observatory; which was read twice, and committed to a Committee of the Whole on Friday next.
53. So it was Resolved, That the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures be instructed to report a bill authorizing the President of the United States to cause to be purchased —— barrels of provisions, and have the same exported to some port in Caraccas, for the use of the inhabitants who have suffered by the earthquake.
54. The bill entitled "An act authorizing a loan of money, for a sum not exceeding the amount of the principal of the public debt reimbursable during the year one thousand eight hundred and ten," was read the second time, and referred to a select committee, to consist of five members, to consider and report thereon, and Messrs.
55. Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs be, and they are hereby, directed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the President of the United States to raise at least twelve companies of rangers, by the acceptance of volunteers or enlistment for one year, to be mounted or otherwise, as the service may require.
56. Porter, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, presented a bill authorizing the President of the United States to appoint additional Brigadier Generals, in certain cases; which was read the first time: When a message was received from the Senate, by a committee of that body, appointed for the purpose, consisting of Messrs.
57. Permit me to inquire of that gentleman whether he ever saw a law authorizing one man to give another his promissory note? He may search the pandects of Justinian; he may turn over the leaves of the musty volumes written upon the common law, from the days of Bracton and Fleta down to the present day, and his search will be in vain.
58. President: The House of Representatives have passed a bill, entitled "An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes," in which they request the concurrence of the Senate, and that the bill be considered confidentially.
59. Resolved, That it is expedient to make provision, by law, authorizing the President of the United States to cause the longitude of the city of Washington from the observatory at Greenwich, in England, to be ascertained with the greatest degree of accuracy; and also authorizing him, for that purpose, to procure the necessary astronomical instruments.
60. Newton, that the unfinished business of yesterday, depending at the time of adjournment, do lie on the table; and that the House do now resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole on the amendatory bill authorizing the President to employ an additional number of revenue cutters: and the question being taken thereupon, it was resolved in the affirmative.
61. In giving to the constitution that construction which sound policy requires, and a just regard to the harmony of the States and the perpetuation of their Union dictates, I cannot find any part of it authorizing the exercise of a power which, from its nature, is obnoxious, its tendency alarming, and its influence in the hands of those who manage its concerns irresistible.
62. Nelson, from the committee appointed the eleventh ultimo, on so much of the Message from the President of the United States as relates to the Military and Naval Establishments, presented a bill authorizing the appointment and employment of an additional number of navy officers, seamen and marines; which was read twice, and committed to a Committee of the Whole on Monday next.
63. Mitchill, from the committee appointed on that part of the President's Message, at the commencement of the session, which relates to Spanish American colonies, presented a bill authorizing the President of the United States to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory, of the State Georgia, and for other purposes; which was read the first time.
64. Would this people, so wisely vigilant concerning their rights, have transferred to Congress a power to balance, at its will, the political weight of any one State, much more of all the States, by authorizing it to create new States at its pleasure, in foreign countries, not pretended to be within the scope of the constitution or the conception of the people, at the time of passing it?
65. The coroner discharged the jury, and as they and the witnesses passed out of the room, Hunter followed Rushton outside, with the hope of being honoured by a little conversation with him on the satisfactory issue of the case; but Rushton went off without taking any notice of him, so Hunter returned to the room where the court had been held to get the coroner's certificate authorizing the interment of the body.
66. These considerations not having restrained the British Government from disavowing the arrangement, by virtue of which its orders in council were to be revoked, and the event authorizing the renewal of commercial intercourse having thus not taken place, it necessarily became a question of equal urgency and importance, whether the act prohibiting that intercourse was not to be considered as remaining in legal force.
67. Jefferson and the Republican party, by authorizing the extension of a branch to New Orleans, and selling one million of the stock, the property of the United States, to British subjects, for four hundred thousand dollars more than the nominal amount, is indeed strangely accounted for; gentlemen say the Government were bound to fulfil their engagements, and that the charter, being in the nature of a contract, was sacred.
68. Speaker, the report of the Committee on Foreign Relations, of which the resolution now under consideration forms a part, is not what I thought would have been the most advisable to adopt, in order to meet the emergency; not that I was for immediate war, as we are unprepared for that event; but, sir, in addition to the force recommended, and authorizing the arming the merchant vessels, I was for adopting the convoy system.
69. The acts here referred to, I understand to be the act of the 24th of February, 1804, for laying and collecting duties within the territories ceded by France to the United States, the act above mentioned of the 26th of March, erecting Louisiana into two Territories, and the act of the 2d of March, 1805, authorizing the establishment of a Government in the Territory of Orleans, similar to the Government of the Mississippi Territory.
70. For, by these you have agreed that Orleans shall become a State and not part of a State only; and there is a wide and substantial distinction between incorporating that Territory, together with other Territories into a single State, as but a fractional part thereof, and authorizing the people of that Territory to form for themselves a constitution and State government, and to be admitted into the Union upon the footing of the original States.
71. The Congress expresses its satisfaction at the adoption by the Spanish Senate, on June 16th last, of a project of law authorizing the Government to negotiate general or special treaties of arbitration for the settlement of all disputes, except those relating to the independence and internal government of the state affected; also at the adoption of resolutions to a like effect by the Norwegian Storthing, and by the Italian Chamber, on July 11th.
72. The Senate, aware that a measure of that kind could not be enforced without a physical force, sensible that the prospect of profit would induce many to prevent its intended operations by evasions, did immediately pass a bill authorizing the President to fit out and put to sea all the armed vessels of the United States, for the purpose of preventing evasions of the law, to employ our seamen who were thrown idle, and to be prepared for events should a war ensue.
73. The insult offered to the honor of the nation in the affair of the Chesapeake, so far from being redressed, was heightened by a proclamation from the King of Great Britain, authorizing publicly, in the face of the world, the boarding of our merchant ships, and taking therefrom whomsoever their officers should call a British subject; to palliate this outrage on our independence, it was recommended to the boarding officer to execute this indignity with politeness.
74. This Congress expresses its satisfaction at the adoption by the Spanish Senate, on June 18th last, of a project of law authorizing the Government to negotiate general or special treaties of arbitration for the settlement of all disputes, except those relating to the independence and internal government of the States affected; also at the adoption of resolutions to a like effect by the Norwegian Storthing on March 6th last, and by the Italian Chamber on July 11th.
75. The act of the 31st of October, 1803, authorizing the President of the United States to take possession of and occupy the territory ceded by France to the United States, by the treaty concluded at Paris on the 30th of April, 1803, I apprehend, expired on the 1st day of October, 1804; to which period it was limited by the first section of the act for erecting Louisiana into two Territories, and providing for the temporary government thereof, passed the 20th day of March, 1804.
76. Randolph, that the injunction of secrecy imposed by this House on the bill, entitled "An act authorizing the President to take possession of a tract of country lying south of the Mississippi Territory and of the State of Georgia, and for other purposes," together with the injunction of secrecy imposed upon the proceedings of the said bill, be taken off: and, on the question that the House do now proceed to the consideration of the said motion, it was determined in the negative.
77. But, sir, I wished to do something; I proposed, in select committee, to strike out those sections which would only do us injury, and then fill their place with sections (which I had draughted and presented for consideration) authorizing the arming of the merchant ships, not for defence alone, but with authority to capture and make prize of any vessel that might assail them while engaged in lawful commerce, and to employ the public ships of war in convoying the trade of the nation.
78. We have heard, too, that notwithstanding the power devolved on the President of the United States, by the bill authorizing him to borrow to an amount of upwards of five millions of dollars, which this day passed this House, to enable the Government to get along, we shall at our next session probably be presented with the joyful tidings that it is not necessary to make use of the power, at least in its full extent; but it depends upon our own act, whether this expectation be realized or not.
79. Resolved, That the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures be instructed to report a bill authorizing the President of the United States to cause to be purchased —— barrels of flour, and to have the same exported to some port in Caraccas, for the use of the inhabitants who have suffered by the earthquake; and also authorizing him to cause to be purchased —— barrels of flour, and to have the same exported to some port in Teneriffe for the use of the inhabitants who are likely to starve by the ravages of locusts.
80. Resolved, That the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the registering anew of vessels built in the United States, which are owned in whole by citizens of the United States, any disability incurred by such vessel to the contrary notwithstanding; and also into the expediency of forbidding by law sea-letters or any custom-house documents being granted to vessels not registered or licensed according to law, or not owned by citizens of the United States, within a limited time after the passing of such a law.
81. The inherent ―right‖ to terminate one‘s (own) life as it relates to vague or questionable notions defining quality of life, introduces yet another dubious precedent as it relates to Choice, especially in rather gray areas where the decision to either perpetuate or curtail an individual‘s life has been proxied (sic) at a time when that individual could not possibly foresee the (uncertain) consequences of such decisions entrusted to the care of family members or friends (concealing underlying motives for authorizing such decisions, perhaps) or where a potential illness at some uncertain point in time or that individual‘s problematical reaction (to that illness) could not possibly be understood in advance; that is to say, until that individual is actually sitting on Death‘s doorstep.
82. Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Recorder of Land Titles for the Territory of Missouri to receive testimony in all the claims to land in which none has been adduced, and which are rejected in the report made by the late board of Commissioners for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land in the then district of Louisiana, now Territory of Missouri; and, afterwards, to arrange into classes, according to their respective merits, as well the claims embraced by this resolution, as the other rejected claims mentioned in said report, and made abstracts containing the substance of the evidence in support of such claims, and such other information and remarks as may be necessary to a proper decision thereon, and report on said claims to the General Commissioner of the Land Office; and that said committee have leave to report by bill, or otherwise.
83. Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing, in favor of the claimants, the re-examination of the grants of land made by the board of Commissioners for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land in the district of Louisiana, under the second section of the act, entitled "An act for ascertaining and adjusting the titles and claims to land within the Territory of Orleans and the district of Louisiana," passed the 2d of March, 1805; and also the grants made by the Recorder of Land Titles for the Territory of Missouri, under that part of the third section of the act, entitled "An act further providing for settling the claims to land in the Territory of Missouri," passed the 13th of June, 1812, which provides for settlement of donation rights in all cases where the quantity of land granted is less than six hundred and forty acres; and that said committee have leave to report by bill, or otherwise.
84. In the first place, by making the proclamation of the President, declaring that the French edicts had ceased to violate our neutral commerce on the first day of November last, the only evidence of that fact; and in the second place, by authorizing the officers of the army and navy to enter ships, dwelling-houses, stores, or any other place, to search for and seize merchandise suspected of being imported contrary to law, and making a donation of the boon so seized to the wretch who should be hardy enough, in defiance of all moral obligation, thus to rob his neighbor; and in the third place, by declaring all merchandise so seized in the Northern section of the Union, adjoining the British provinces, to be forfeited, unless by a palpable inversion of the rule of evidence in all other cases, and even in this case, adopted in all other sections of the Union, he is able to prove that the merchandise was legally imported and the duties paid—with many other provisions, all of which have been laid before this House, in the first bill on the subject reported by the Committee of Foreign Relations, the details of which are too well recollected to need pointing out, or to be suffered to meet a public investigation at this time.
1. She had not authorized that.
2. My papers authorized a program.
3. I’ve been authorized to do this.
4. He immediately authorized to have a.
5. We are authorized to mention, that Dr.
6. Perryton authorized the formation of a.
7. But it’s all official and authorized.
8. We have not authorized any such inquiry.
9. Judah Maccabeus authorized an offensive-.
10. When the general authorized the captain to.
11. The plan was authorized and put into action.
12. Remarkably, they had been authorized to tie.
13. Only company employees are authorized to use.
14. I am not authorized to answer that question.
15. Then I told Bill that Max had authorized them.
16. Russell, and assert that he was not authorized.
17. Slavery is authorized by the Almighty himself!.
18. Nidan, and Farah, had been authorized over $25.
19. You aren’t authorized to search this vehicle.
20. We’ve been authorized by Admiral Singer to.
21. One is authorized by the Bible, the other is not.
22. I am not authorized to give you that information.
23. What’s going on here? Who authorized this?
24. Is it true that you authorized this mission?
25. He had personally planned and authorized the attack.
26. So, this was an authorized exercise, Fiona said.
27. An agent authorized by the state to deal in real estate.
28. Here we see that the master was authorized to use cor-.
29. And a description of the mean authorized to be employed.
30. Where the moneylender is not authorized, they could be.
31. I’ve already told you far more than I’m authorized to.
32. At a minimum the amendment that authorized ignoring costs.
33. I’m not authorized to answer your questions, he said.
34. I’ve never been authorized by the Government of Quebec to.
35. At the bank, Jacoba authorized the exchange of monies to Nem.
36. The welder, duly authorized by the engineer shall carry out.
37. As of this writing July 2009, authorized user accounts are.
38. The workers to be engaged in civil job are to be authorized by.
39. Leave: authorized absence of an individual from a place of duty.
40. Parisi is the one who authorized an order of protection for you.
41. He pretends to be you or someone with authorized access to your.
42. Foolishly you authorized it, thinking it was my share of the company.
43. The authorized translation of the Quran shall find its place in every.
44. One of those authorized the arming of USA vessels which Congress had.
45. I asked him to add me to his Sears account as an authorized user; he.
46. The Obrecht operation had been authorized entirely on her own authority.
47. Another thing, I authorized her to give the investigator a check for 500.
48. I can’t argue with that, but I have not been authorized to kill him.
49. And although she’d been authorized to go where other Federation ships.
50. Meanwhile the only apprentices the Keeper authorized were all but useless.
51. I stand before you as an authorized representative of Peyton Consolidated.
52. In 1977 the Coast Guard was authorized to force polluting vessels out of U.
53. Makris was to visit Miss Baccini and that Dr Markus had authorized the visit.
54. Tony would have authorized payment for all the expenses of the office in Rio.
55. Proper Selection of shot firers/Blasters and Explosive carriers authorized by.
56. I am authorized to have you sedated if you don’t comply, the guard said.
57. Greenfield and myself, my client has authorized me to plead guilty, your Honor.
58. King James authorized the Church of England’s translation of the Bible in 1604.
59. You are authorized to wear these any time you are wearing a Space Force uniform.
60. I have restored the defective passages after the text authorized by Tischendorf.
61. Americans were uneasy, but unaware on October 25th that Kennedy authorized 114.
62. Over the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion about authorized user.
63. Both of you! Who authorized coitus with the patients? You’re both fired!.
64. I trust, monsieur, you come authorized to treat for the surrender of the place?
65. The auto destruct can only be authorized by the governor of the state of Kansas.
66. And I have been authorized to use all the force necessary to have this dialogue.
67. A partner authorized to operate the firm's account cannot delegate his authority to.
68. Therefore, anybody obtains to execute its task without being trained and authorized.
69. I’ve been authorized to negotiate a solution that would involve establishing a.
70. We can also ask them whether or not they authorized Calvin to lockout communications.
71. One of the corporate cards is issued to an authorized user named Vladimir Stratavynski.
72. You are not allowed to wander down the halls without an adult or an authorized personal.
73. So Congress authorized the agencies to draw up, on their own, the necessary regulations.
74. The only people authorized to access this kind of information would be the head honchos.
75. Having an escort authorized by the NKVD might lend more plausibility to their masquerade.
76. When he saw me, he covered the mouthpiece and said to me, They’re authorized, Tandy.
77. The reports were accepted as offered and funding was authorized for the construction of a.
78. THE PROOF OF THIRD WORLD CULTURE IS ANIMALISTIC AUTHORIZED BY THE TWO BEASTS IN THE BIBLE.
79. Yes, sir, most assuredly sir, will they be authorized to sign the receipt for him?
80. But I am not authorized to agree to your terms without consulting our other representatives.
81. It was a special database to which only authorized personnel should have been granted access.
82. The provisions of those days authorized the enlistment of all over the age of sixteen years.
83. Perhaps the only formal whaling code authorized by legislative enactment, was that of Holland.
84. I don’t see you being authorized to strike up a conversation and interrogate the locals.
85. Commentaries, The—the authorized interpretations and doctrinal expansions upon the Holy Writ.
86. You were busy, so I authorized an exercise this morning between the Fourth and the new guys.
87. The proposed share buyback, up to 5 million shares authorized, would increase the debt further.
88. Encryption is a process that makes transmitted data unreadable by those not authorized to see it.
89. Not because I'm afraid of doing it but 'cause somehow I never felt "authorized" or "qualified" to.
90. I have been authorized by Her Majesty to give this to that man if, and whenever I find this myth.
91. That afternoon, Ferguson authorized his furlough request without comment, and Major Harris signed it.
92. She carried them down the corridor to a door marked Private, Authorized Personnel Only, and entered.
93. Golden Altar–The one and only altar and sacrifice authorized by the Creator is of the central and.
94. Garcia’s eyes went up and to the left as he recalled all the people who he had authorized special.
95. He is authorized to manage the project and is responsible for the co-ordination between team members.
96. The authorized newspaper reported that a minor skirmish near the university had been quickly put down.
97. Therefore, we are to have no sexual encounters other than those that are authorized by the Higher Self.
98. His little special project plan would have been limited to what he was authorized to throw at her.
99. Aware that the measures authorized by it could find no pretext in any belligerent right, none was urged.
100. He thought he was scoffeeling some valuable thing from Rajani’s home for which he wasn’t authorized.
1. How does the Bible authorize? It authorizes by direct command.
2. The visible I in nowise authorizes the thinker to deny the latent I.
3. Brethren we have sought to consider the matter of how God authorizes, the matter of.
4. Your signature below authorizes me to write copy for the project above, for the fee.
5. The system should have clear roles, responsibilities and authorizes allocated to support the implementation.
6. Another feature of this incorporation is, that it authorizes the stockholders to take usurious interest for their money.
7. When the person executes its activity anywhere, the system only authorizes the execution of the updated task per correctly trained person.
8. The constitution only authorizes the General Government to call out the militia to suppress insurrection, enforce the laws, and repel invasion.
9. Each year in nearby Hyattsville, the city council authorizes a contribution to the local Festival of Lights held at Watkins Regional Park in Largo, Maryland.
10. Religions authorizes the key to hell why? Because it is built on the path of unconscious soul to the its unthinking particles interact with the thinking mind.
11. At length I received this letter from your friend, which states that my father is in Paris, and authorizes me to address myself to you for information respecting him.
12. He rose at this time, however, to propose an amendment to the bill, the object of which was to repeal so much of former laws as authorizes a bounty of land to the recruits.
13. They haven‘t a clue about who authorizes the publication of that which they are taught in the educational stems, because they have been taught what to think, rather than how to think.
14. This bank incorporation possesses other qualities at war with the laws of the several States; one of which is, that it authorizes stockholders, who may be foreigners, to hold real estate.
15. The constitution authorizes the President to appoint persons to fill all offices established by law, but says not a word about appointing officers to collect the tax you levy specifically.
16. The memo, signed by him, authorizes that funds from his office account be used to have her pay for an abortion,� Linda rattled off as she read the material in the Vice President's envelope.
17. I am however ready to use my authority as commander of USAFIK and authorizes you to shoot at any North Korean force crossing south of the demarcation line, and this in defense of the American and Korean forces under my command.
18. I, as chairman of the International Karate Organization and the manager of both the women’s and the men’s tournament, thus authorizes a match between Mister Borisov and Miss Laplante, to be held half a hour after the award of the top prize in the men’s tournament.
19. This vagrant power to erect a bank, after having wandered throughout the whole constitution in quest of some congenial spot whereupon to fasten, has been at length located by the gentleman from Georgia on that provision, which authorizes Congress to lay and collect taxes, &c.
20. The very bank law now under consideration is an illustration of this—for how are the provisions of this law to be enforced; how are the debts which it authorizes to be contracted to be collected, but through the medium of the State courts? The doctrine of perfect rights, then, if it prove any thing, proves too much.
21. The honorable gentleman, however, urges the passage of the bill under consideration, (which authorizes the enlistment of twenty thousand additional regular troops for one year; and provides for the appointment of proportionally an unusual number of officers, with all the accompanying paraphernalia of an army,) as the means best calculated to produce the end in view.
22. But, sir, I will not detain the committee any longer on this part of the argument, for this institution cannot be said to be innocent, as regards the rights of the States, when its effects on the rights of property are to exonerate the stockholders from some of the most important responsibilities which the laws of the several States have provided for the payment of debts; and when it authorizes the taking of usurious interest.
23. The President, relying upon your discretion, authorizes you to draw upon the Collectors of Orleans and Savannah for such sums as may be necessary to defraying unavoidable expenses that may be incurred in the execution of these instructions, not exceeding, in your drafts on New Orleans, eight thousand dollars, and in your drafts on Savannah two thousand dollars, without further authority; of which expenses you will hereafter exhibit a detailed account, duly supported by satisfactory vouchers.
24. And by way of preaching this Christian gospel and confirming it by Christian example, we imprison, we execute, guillotine, hang; we encourage the masses in idolatrous religions calculated to stultify them; the government authorizes the sale of brain-destroying poisons—wine, tobacco, opium; prostitution is legalized; we bestow land upon those who need it not; surrounded by misery, we display in our entertainments an unbridled extravagance; we render impossible in such ways any semblance of a Christian life, and do our best to destroy Christian ideas already established; and then, after doing all we can to demoralize men, we take and confine them like wild beasts in places from which they cannot escape, and where they will become more brutal than ever; or we murder the men we have demoralized, and then use them as an example to illustrate and prove our argument that people are only to be controlled by violence.

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