Prepositions after "sanction"

sanction by, for, in, with or according?

In 66% of cases "sanction by" is used

Racism is sanctioned by the government.

The most interesting was the solar exhibit, which is not sanctioned by the government (hmm.

The new top level domain domains sanctioned by ICANN, which allow a URL to end in assignments such as.

To wit, Voltaire? s relationship with his mistress milie du Chtelet, fully sanctioned by her husband, evinced parity.

Of these, the most prevalent was the whipping of soles, obviously because it was explicitly sanctioned by the sharia.

The legitimacy of traditional authority, therefore, has usually been based on public consensus sanctioned by custom (see Traditional Religion, this ch.

But same sex marriage and the adoption of children by same sex couples being sanctioned by the state is far more rare and objections to this are generally not routed in Christianity.

For instance, Eritrea was an autonomous unit federated with Ethiopia under the sovereignty of Ethiopian Crown, and the ratification of their subsequent agreements was sanctioned by the U.

On Monday, the CNG stations went on unannounced strike countrywide against the reduced prices of the gas, saying, they can not sell it on the cut prices as sanctioned by the Supreme Court.

Such hostility was officially sanctioned by legislation banning, at different times, Chinese women, all immigrants from China, and then, in 1924, immigrants from any Asian country, period.

In 10% of cases "sanction for" is used

Which he should of been undoubtedly sanctioned for.

Arunachalam told visiting journalists here that of the 51-lakh tonne capacity sanctioned for Punjab, storage had already been created for nine lakh tonnes.

In 6% of cases "sanction in" is used

Should I smite them? I would like to sell my daughter into slavery, as sanctioned in Exodus 21:7.

CARO MELDRUM-HANNA: Female genital mutilation is a crime in Australia and it's not sanctioned in the Koran.

Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: (The sacrifice of Fara ' and ' Atira) has no (sanction in Islam).

In 1% of cases "sanction according" is used

In the society of Madinah every single person enjoyed freedom of religion, and everyone had the free will to be sanctioned according to their own religious laws and scriptures.

In 1% of cases "sanction against" is used

Meanwhile, Russia and China, two of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, vetoed resolution to sanction against Syria for the third time in nine months.

In 1% of cases "sanction beside" is used

Jakki Tyson Community News The 11-year-old girls would sneak into their schoolhouse and find warmth and sanction beside the woodstove.

In 1% of cases "sanction subject" is used

It is derived from the Wilayat of the father and the paternal grandfather and is sanctioned subject to specific conditions and limitations.