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The diving that occurs under Smithsonian auspices is called scientific diving.
Many of the future technologies discussed are being developed under the auspices of legitimate programs with beneficial outputs.
She works under his auspices.
He had also toured under the auspices of a nationally recognized radio network.
It quickly became a model for many federal programs under the auspices of the Johnson administration's war on poverty.
She was appointed last year, and the first Oxford dictionary created under her auspices will hit stores next month.
The international auspices were favorable.
Hill was making regular payments under the auspices of the bankruptcy court.
It could be done through private channels or, better, under the auspices of the federal government.
Never did a government commence under auspices so favorable, nor ever was success so complete.
There are now many vessels sailing under such auspices, in which great good is done.
She often visits under the auspices of a museum program for people who are sight-impaired.
Now, under his auspices, a zillionaire comic would perform a kind of bee bungee jump.

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