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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishauthorizationau‧thor‧i‧za‧tion (also authorisation British English) /ˌɔːθəraɪˈzeɪʃən $ ˌɒːθərə-/ ●○○ noun [countable, uncountable]  LET/ALLOWofficial permission to do something, or the document giving this permission syn authority You need special authorization to park here. Children may not leave the building without the authorization of the principal.
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authorizationI must get authorization from your bank before I can accept a cheque for over fifty pounds.Sales have been regulated since 1906, when merchants were required to get authorization from the mayor to liquidate their inventories.The Senate renewed its authorization a day later.Unlike applications for interception in other criminal cases there was no procedure for judicial authorization in the case of security applications.But there is no identifiable general principle determining which acts of government require positive legal authorization in order to be lawful.It also calls for a simplified system of authorization, with industrial licensing being concentrated in a single agency.As a result of growing world tensions, the army requested authorization to establish another base at Battery Cove.The company must get written authorization from the customer.The Big Board found that Mr Kleid effected unauthorized, unsuitable and excessive transactions and exercised discretion without written authorization.
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