He was recorded saying that Xyrem could be used on patients under age 16, unapproved by the FDA.
Schlegel also predicted there would be more arrests and beatings at unapproved protests.
At Pensacola Christian College, students are banned from watching any television or unapproved movies.
The flagellants were a phenomenon of seething, popular passion, outside of the church and unapproved by its authority.
Already the Government, not unapproved, carries letters and parcels for us.
We look about our houses and find that which we bought last month unapproved by the current style.
c.1300, "to demonstrate, prove;" mid-14c., "to attest (something) with authority," from Old French aprover (Modern French approuver) "approve, agree to," from Latin approbare "to assent to as good, regard as good," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + probare "to try, test something (to find if it is good)," from probus "honest, genuine" (see prove).
The meaning extended late 14c. to "to sanction, endorse, confirm formally" then to "assent to (something) as good" (early 15c.), especially in reference to the actions of authorities, parliaments, etc. Related: Approved; approving.