Sources: Law Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典
Afterwards, because it was sanctioned by many of the successive dynasties Buddhism became widespread and had a tremendous impact on the development of Chinese thought, culture and art.
It is necessary to obtain the sanction of the authorities to enter this building.
Yet we have not lifted sanctions, nor have we abandoned our commitment to the people of Burma.
Western officials also remain hopeful that China will acquiesce toanother round of sanctions on Iran in order to persuade it to give upits nuclear ambitions.
The system is an adjustor which embodies, adjusts and deals with various relationships in politics field, the Administrative Sanction System also take those rules.
The Admiralty sanctioned Admiral Forbes'plan for attacking Bergen, but later warned him that he must no longer count on the defences being friendly.
If Iraq sticks to the road map laid out for it by the United Nations, sanctions could be lifted without more ado.
The competent authorities shall impose necessary administrative and disciplinary sanctions on those who have violated the aforesaid provisions.
General Than Shwe would have welcomed Senator Webb as an ally because Senator Webb has taken a public stand against US sanctions against the regime , she said.
Seoul and DC (Washington) strike me as ambivalent at best about returning to talks... (the) only motivation is the negative one -- that sanctions don't seem to be working , he said.