No doubt that is true — just as it is true that many who sailed under the Admiralty ’s aegis were motivated by a thirst for pure knowledge.
Figures like Martin Luther and John Calvin recognized marriage as a civil matter, a worldly affair, and not under the aegis of the church.
But I wonder if there is a modicum of hesitancy in overly trumpeting Li because her victory did not come under the aegis of the state sports program.
UEFA strives to educate those working in all areas of the game, and special attention is being paid to coaches studying for the UEFA Pro licence under the aegis of their national associations.
Medical supplies are flied in under the aegis of the red cross.
Yet discussions between the two rival groups, under the aegis of the Egyptians, have been stuttering along for more than a year without getting anywhere.
New money is issued by thebanking system, under the aegis of government, says Dr. Murray Rothbard, "and loaned to business.
The establishments are managed by a quasi - private group under the aegis of the finance ministry itself.
Twice an omnibus bill passed the House of Representatives under the aegis of its managers, Congressmen from western States in which agricultural interests were dominant.
The company will also continue its performance - based logistics support, including spares and repairs for Aegis weapons systems used by the U .S. Navy and Coast Guard.