Word of the week: AUTHORITY


See on Scoop.itPublic Law Children Act Cases

noun

1. the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience.

“he had absolute authority over his subordinates”
synonyms: #power, #jurisdiction, #command, #control,#mastery, #rule, #sovereignty ….

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