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sanction
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The Aeneid
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  • By human sanctions, and by laws divine, The terms are all agreed; the war is mine.
  • Then they, whose mothers, frantic with their fear, In woods and wilds the flags of Bacchus bear, And lead his dances with dishevel’d hair, Increase the clamor, and the war demand, (Such was Amata’s interest in the land,) Against the public sanctions of the peace, Against all omens of their ill success.

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as in: sanctions against them Define
formal penalty
as in: cannot sanction such behavior Define
formal approval
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