Similar words: auspicious, suspicion, suspicious, spice, under suspicion, hospice, despicable, conspicuous. Meaning: ['ɔːspɪs] n. a favorable omen.
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(1) The examination was held under the auspices of the government.
(2) The committee began its work under unfavourable auspices.
(3) The association is under the auspices of Word Bank.
(4) The community centre was set up under the auspices of a government initiative.
(5) This concert has been arranged under the auspices of the Knight Group.
(6) This was opened in 1986 under the auspices of the Drugs Council and a local housing trust.
(7) Since parties held under the auspices of the Fourth of July will be ongoing all weekend, some careful planning is required.
(8) Polybius travelled in Celtic lands under Roman auspices and with Roman help and protection.
(9) People regard it as bird of happiness and auspice.
(10) He took that as an auspice of happiness.
(11) It was an auspice of the decline of this area that prefectural governors (Cishi) of Kuizhou were always demoted from central court in the mid-late period of Tang Dynasty.
(12) He took her gentle words as an auspice of happiness.
(13) Using advanced information auspice system, Establishes open and transparent promulgate system of agricultural product quality information.
(14) The aerarian auspice appear scarcity and indeterminacy while the other public department 's effect is enlarged constantly.
(15) Financial aid is being provided to the country under the auspices of the International Monetary Fund.
(16) The militants say talks should be held under United Nations auspices in Geneva, on the basis of self-determination.
(17) Giambologna's equestrian statue of Cosimo I has been cleaned under the auspices of the Pegasus consortium.
(18) A research project has been set up under the auspices of the University of Michigan. Sentencedict.com
(19) Further talks took place in Rome on Dec. 20 under the auspices of the verification commission.
(20) In 1984, for example, an external mediator was appointed following the breakdown of negotiations, and agreement reached under his auspices.
(21) The new bell-tower at Rochester Cathedral was raised under his auspices.
(22) It proposed an international convention on air transport under the auspices of an international authority.
(23) We call on federal agencies to halt the sale, under government auspices, of pornographic materials.
(24) A fresh election was held on Jan 17, 1988, under the auspices of an army-appointed commission.
(25) Soon he was working there on digs under government auspices.
(26) It is the symbol of dignitary , reverence, and auspice.
(27) Xiangyun means auspicious cloud, came from the Chinese traditional auspicious motifs, and also contains the meaning of harmony and auspice.
(28) Jane's aunt disliked him very much and had some bad auspice .
(29) China appeals that the international conference on the Middle East issue under the auspice of the UN Security Council should be held as soon as possible.
(30) The Silver medal in this category goes to “to auspice”, while gold goes to the verb “to sunset”.
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