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Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1) -
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1. the power to determine, adjudicate, or otherwise settle issues or disputes; jurisdiction; the right to control, command, or determine. 
2. a power or right delegated or given; authorization:
Who has the authority to grant permission? 
3. a person or body of persons in whom authority is vested,
as a governmental agency. 
4. Usually, authorities. persons having the legal power to make
and enforce the law; government:
They finally persuaded the authorities that they
were not involved in espionage. 
5. an accepted source of information, advice, etc. 
6. a quotation or citation from such a source. 
7. an expert on a subject: He is an authority on baseball. 
8. persuasive force; conviction: She spoke with authority. 
9. a statute, court rule, or judicial decision that establishes
a rule or principle of law; a ruling. 
10. right to respect or acceptance of one's word, command,
thought, etc.; commanding influence: the authority of a parent;
the authority of a great writer. 
11. mastery in execution or performance, as of a work of art
or literature or a piece of music. 
12. a warrant for action; justification. 
13. testimony; witness.
   


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