The authorities today announced a slew of measures in an effort to halt the violence.
She says that since Gul comes from a poor agricultural family, she has been ignored by the authorities.
And the authorities should take special steps to ensure women feel better enfranchised.
A few days later, Rudolf Höss was handed to the Polish authorities to face his own trial.
The bodies of those killed remained in the theater for most of Friday while authorities investigated the crime scenes.
The authorities of the village had moved away with the residents.
The Mormon authorities meant just what they said from the start.
Nor was this the only irregularity for which the authorities of Pendennis were complained of.
This movement, strange to say, was hastened by the Confederate authorities.
As already suggested in 16, some of the authorities point to the sixth century.
early 13c., autorite "book or quotation that settles an argument," from Old French auctorité "authority, prestige, right, permission, dignity, gravity; the Scriptures" (12c.; Modern French autorité), from Latin auctoritatem (nominative auctoritas) "invention, advice, opinion, influence, command," from auctor "master, leader, author" (see author (n.)).
Usually spelled with a -c- in English till 16c., when it was dropped in imitation of the French. Meaning "power to enforce obedience" is from late 14c.; meaning "people in authority" is from 1610s. Authorities "those in charge, those with police powers" is recorded from mid-19c.