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Aegis Or Auspices
 
# 1 : Saturday 12-12-2015 @ 20:21
 
 
There is a subtle differente between

The project is under the aegis of Jack

And

The project is under the auspices of Jack.

Could someone explain the Finer Nuances Here, the differences in Context?

Trying to Come up with a few example sentences, but in Order to Do this, i have to be Clear on the differences between the two.
Thanks.
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# 2 : Saturday 12-12-2015 @ 20:32
 
 
Auspices is a noun that means kindly endorsement and guidance. If an organization authorizes you to do a specific task, even if you don't work for them directly, you are working under their auspices.
They know you are doing it and they do not object, you have their blessing.

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Aegis the protection, backing, or support of a particular person or organization.
"negotiations were conducted under the aegis of the UN"

If while conducting your research you were attacked, the UN would bomb the shit out of them.

You have more than their blessing. They got your back Jack.
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# 3 : Saturday 12-12-2015 @ 20:39
 
 
That Makes it very Clear.

Much appreciated.
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# 4 : Saturday 12-12-2015 @ 20:45
 
 
Stop making words up!
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# 5 : Saturday 12-12-2015 @ 22:19
 
 
Aegis is being predijuced against old folk, Auspices are 'ospitals for the terminally ill in Northern England.
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# 6 : Sunday 13-12-2015 @ 08:10
 
 


Aye, aye, Shaggy and Butters!
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