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1. Sanction can also be a noun meaning "authoritative approval" or "a coercive measure." The noun entered English first, in the 15th century, and originally referred to a formal decree, especially an ecclesiastical decree
2. Sanction has two main senses that are almost opposites: it can refer to authorizing or approving something, or to penalizing or disciplining someone or something. Sanction can be used as a verb …
3. Sanction comes from the Latin word sānctiō, meaning "a law or decree that is sacred or inviolable." This noun is related to the Latin verb sancīre, which basically meant "to render sacred or inviolable by a religious act," but was also used in such extended meanings as "to ordain," "to decree," and "to forbid under pain of punishment."
4. Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons list ("SDN List") and all other Sanctions lists administered by OFAC, including the Foreign Sanctions Evaders List, the Non-SDN Iran Sanctions Act List, the Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List, the List of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Correspondent Account or Payable-Through Account Sanctions and the Non-SDN …
5. Sanctions are limitations that one country or a block/coalition of countries put on another country, and occasionally, on specific citizens of that country (usually leaders).
6. OFAC administers a number of different Sanctions programs
7. The Sanctions can be either comprehensive or selective, using the blocking of assets and trade restrictions to …
8. A Sanction is a penalty levied on another country, or on individual citizens of another country
9. Culp Drops Election Fraud Lawsuit After Sanctions Threat - Seattle, WA - Culp's lawsuit alleged without evidence that up to 800,000 votes were illegally cast in the November election.
10. Sanction will be resolved by applying the lodestar method in all four areas of the law
11. Castilian Spanish IATF 16949:2016 Sanctioned Interpretations (SIs) #19 – issued in August 2019 , effective October 2020 – Note: SI# 4 has been revised and reissued – August 2020 and is effective September 2020
12. Czech IATF 16949:2016 Sanctioned Interpretations (SIs) #16-18 – issued in October 2019 , effective January 2020
13. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Look up Sanction in Wiktionary, the free dictionary
14. A Sanction may be either a permission or a restriction, depending upon context, as the word is an auto-antonym
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19. Sanction noun (ORDER) [ C usually plural ] an official order, such as the stopping of trade, that is taken against a country in order to make it obey international law: Many nations have imposed Sanctions on …
20. In addition to its list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons, OFAC maintains other Sanctions lists
21. Sanctions, in law and legal definition, are penalties or other means of enforcement used to provide incentives for obedience with the law, or with rules and regulations
22. Criminal Sanctions can take the form of serious punishment, such as corporal or capital punishment, incarceration, or severe fines.
23. Economic Sanctions are commercial and financial penalties applied by one or more countries against a targeted self-governing state, group, or individual
24. Economic Sanctions are not necessarily imposed because of economic circumstances—they may also be imposed for a variety of political, military, and social issues
25. Economic Sanctions can be used for achieving domestic and …
26. Sanction is a broad term with different meanings in different contexts. Sanction can be used to describe tacit or explicit approval
27. The term Sanction also can describe disagreement and condemnation
28. In Criminal Law, a Sanction is the punishment for a criminal offense
29. The criminal Sanction for a criminal defendant varies according to the crime and includes such measures as death, incarceration, Probation, …
30. Sanction: the approval by someone in authority for the doing of something
31. Sanction is a beneficial Status Effect that allows the acquisition of Imperial Standing credits and Crystals from defeated enemies that grant Experience Points while in the Aht Urhgan areas
32. The application of the Signet, Sanction, Sigil, and Ionis effects are mutually exclusive and
33. Stripe’s Financial Crimes team is responsible for developing and overseeing the company’s global programs relating to anti-money laundering (AML), Sanctions and anti-bribery and corruption
34. Sanctions may be leveled as a result of a illegal activity or to achieve a foreign policy/diplomatic aim
35. Many Sanctions lists include targets involved in the criminal financing of terrorist activities.
36. Attorney fees and costs as a Sanction under CR 11
37. In September 2008, Buck filed a notice of association and reappeared for Petersen, filing a motion for attorney fees under RCW4.84.185 and for Sanctions under CR 11
38. Find 93 ways to say Sanction, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
39. 'Sanction' is a 8 letter word starting with S and ending with N Crossword clues for 'Sanction'
40. See 7 authoritative translations of Sanction in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
41. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced new Sanctions against members of Myanmar's military on Monday for the ongoing crackdown on pro-democracy protests since the military seized power in
42. World Bank Group Sanctions Documents
43. WBG Policy: Sanctions for Fraud and Corruption (issued June 13, 2016)
44. This Policy mandates an administrative system for adjudicating allegations of fraud and corruption in connection with World Bank Group financing or guarantee operations and imposing Sanctions therefor; and identifies practices subject to Sanction and possible forms of Sanctions.
45. If an importer is placed on Sanction because of a delinquent bill, that importer must file entry summary with payment of estimated duties, taxes, and fees attached before U.S Customs and Border Protection will release future entries
46. When a Sanction occurs, the Sanction record will be removed/closed by CBP Automated Commercial System (ACS), during end-of-day processing when
47. Trade Sanctions are laws passed to restrict or abolish trade with certain countries
48. Trade Sanctions are a subcategory of economic Sanctions, which are commercial and financial penalties …
49. Sanctions measures, under Article 41, encompass a
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51. Sanction has two nearly opposite meanings: to Sanction can be to approve of something, but it can also mean to punish, or speak harshly to
52. Likewise, a Sanction can be a punishment or approval
53. Very confusing — the person who invented this word should be publicly Sanctioned! See if you can guess the meaning of Sanction in the following contexts.
54. Sanction (n.) early 15c., "confirmation or enactment of a law," from Latin Sanctionem (nominative sanctio) "act of decreeing or ordaining," also "decree, ordinance," noun of action from past-participle stem of sancire "to decree, confirm, ratify, make sacred" (see saint (n.))
55. ‘The Sanction of the proposed union by official state-appointed authorities is still a prominent feature of marriages.’ ‘A Teagasc spokesman said its board had Sanctioned a proposed increase in fees but this requires ministerial Sanction, which is in the process of being sought.’
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57. And its European allies placed Sanctions against Chinese officials and entities over alleged abuses of the Uyghur Muslim minority in a coordinated strategy to leverage collective strength
58. 1 day ago · The foreign secretary has repeatedly refused to Sanction Chinese officials for more than two years and only now, after the US and EU have done so and he is facing defeat in the Commons, is he
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60. Biden Under Pressure To Sanction Honduras' President And Cut Security Aid U.S
61. Sanction definition: If someone in authority Sanctions an action or practice , they officially approve of it Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
62. 1 day ago · The new EU Sanction system is similar to the Magnitsky Act — Obama-era legislation that authorizes the U.S
63. Government to Sanction those it sees as human rights offenders, freeze their assets and ban them from entering the United States
64. As part of Monday’s move, the EU also imposed Sanctions over repression in North Korea, “extrajudicial
65. The problem is that religion provides an ultimate Sanction for your actions.: It is a way of recovering penalties by a Sanction which is the most serious one known to our law.: In such circumstances the Sanction, or the threat of it, may not in practice be effective.: If they obstructed the inspections, then the UN might Sanction forcing the issue by authorizing an attack.
66. Sanction lists include Sanctioned people, organizations, or governments
67. Economic Sanctions are an important part of the fight against financial crime for AML regulators.
68. Give official permission or approval Examples of Sanction in a sentence
69. Because of the school’s behavioral problems, the principal is unlikely to Sanction a school dance this year
70. 🔊 The government will never Sanction drinking and driving because it is unsafe
71. A Sanction is a punitive measure levied by a regulatory body in order to change behaviour or impede high-risk entities