unbridled authority

unbridled authority

noun absolute discretion, blank check, carte blanche, complete liberty, every option, free hand, freedom, full authority, full delegated authority, full power, full range, latitude, leeway, maneuvering space, total discretion, unbridled discretion, unhampered authority
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Every time he has been in power, Nawaz has been sacked, chasing unbridled authority and for his inability to play as a team member.
Krishna Iyer, while he was a Judge in Kerala High Court, stated in one of his judgments: "It is a popular fallacy that a Muslim male enjoys, under the Quranic law, unbridled authority to liquidate the marriage.
The ambiguous laws coupled with unbridled authority at the official level paves the way for coercive measures against the business community and it leads to capital flight from the country.
Mesk added that the Israeli Supreme court's referral of the case to military prosecution, effectively allows military prosecution unbridled authority to deal with the case according to whims.
We are of the considered view that this waiver did not give respondents (DoJ) the unbridled authority to withhold the filing of the Information against petitioner indefinitely.
Unbridled authority would be handed to the FDA, an agency that needs a top-to-bottom overhaul, not ever more power over our lives.
Mothers-in-laws have often been portrayed as callous, sadistic and dictatorial women who wield unbridled authority over their daughters-in-laws.
The Health Professions Amendment Bill gives Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang unbridled authority to appoint a majority of nominees to any of the boards, obliterating any pretence at democracy, in the name of ensuring 'faster transformation'.
The First DCA in Wood tells us these rules, established by the Florida Supreme Court, are trumped by the unbridled authority of the legislature to enact statutes to the contrary.
They enjoyed unbridled authority even during the times the [TEXT UNREADABLE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE], tried to operate this behemoth.
The only counterbalance to this unbridled authority is the Duma's ability to impeach the president.
The Court reasoned that this broad language did not necessarily grant to the Secretary the unbridled authority to use sampling in the collection of all information gathered during the decennial census, The Court opined that, in fact, the broad language was narrowed by a second provision of the Censure; Act, which explicitly prohibits sampling to be used in the determination of population for purposes of apportionment.