unconditional authority

unconditional authority

noun  artistic license, authority, blanket permission, carte blanche, civil liberty, deregulation, discretion, emancipation, franchise, free choice, free will, freedom of choice, lack of censorship, laissez-faire, latitude, liberation, liberty, license, noninterference, nonintervention, openness, permission, prerogative, privilege, right of selection, self-determination, self-direction, unbridled discretion, unconstraint, unrestraint, unrestricted use
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School officials said the School Committee struck a deal with the Finance Committee before the meeting that if selectmen give the Finance Committee unconditional authority to procure an audit, then they will support it and withdraw the request.
In a soccer game, the rules are clearly defined and administered by a referee with unconditional authority, with the occasional, petulant outburst aside.
unconditional authority of the Directors to allot shares up to in aggregate
Koizumi's solid election victory on postal privatization, however, could mean that he and his successor follow a path of unconditional authority on other issues for as long as four years -- the term for the lawmakers elected, the experts warn.
All AmeriHost Inn(R) Associates have the unconditional authority to correct any oversight to the guest's satisfaction, or we will refund the guest's money, up to 100%.
BANGOR, Maine--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 19, 1998--Yesterday the Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) granted Bangor Gas Company, LLC an unconditional authority to provide natural gas service to Bangor, Brewer, Veazie, Old Town and Orono.
Holding an election over what appears to be a single issue will lead to an unconditional authority in effect at a time many issues are piling up and leave new confusion,'' the group said in an impromptu statement released regarding the upcoming election.