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Yet this power is inconsistent with the idea that the constitution recognizes or sanctions the legality of slavery.
THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF SLAVERYLYSANDER SPOONER
Should you come to trial, don't forget to say that the British Government in India sanctions all such exhibitions.
THE BATTLE OF THE PRESSTHEOPHILA CARLILE CAMPBELL
It is the cap, not the man, and his wisdom, that sanctions and legalizes his various acts.
Under the sanctions of religion the covenants of the heart are renewed.
THE BOOK OF CHRISTMASTHOMAS K. HERVEY
In the South, society was largely established under the sanctions of royalty.
THIRTY YEARS IN THE ITINERANCYWESSON GAGE MILLER
Commerce was fettered by self-interest, and law ever finds precedents and sanctions for what commerce most desires.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT, VOLUME 7ELBERT HUBBARD
Moreover, Father Brebeuf describes an oki in the heavens who rules the seasons, is dreaded, and sanctions treaties.
MAGIC AND RELIGIONANDREW LANG
So Soviet citizens who were relatives of American citizens could receive a waiver of these sanctions.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
In classifying pain or pleasures, Bentham is, I think, following the clue suggested by his 'sanctions.'
THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME I.LESLIE STEPHEN
We may add also the sanctions of rewards and punishments descending to posterity, prove the obligation perpetual: Which is, alas!
THE AUCHENSAUGH RENOVATION OF THE NATIONAL COVENANT AND SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANTTHE REFORMED PRESBYTERY