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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishauspicesaus‧pic‧es /ˈɔːspɪsɪz $ ˈɒː-/ noun [plural]   under the auspices of somebody/something
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auspicesIn 1984, for example, an external mediator was appointed following the breakdown of negotiations, and agreement reached under his auspices.Polybius travelled in Celtic lands under Roman auspices and with Roman help and protection.A fresh election was held on Jan 17,1988, under the auspices of an army-appointed commission.It proposed an international convention on air transport under the auspices of an international authority.
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