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licensee

a person who holds a licence, esp one to sell alcoholic drink
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Today, there are more than 1,275 ITFS licensees that serve millions of students.
And through its media outreach efforts, NASBA also testified to the high quality of the overwhelming majority of board licensees.
Generally, the FCC's regulations state that licensees and applicants of certain types of wireless facilities must routinely assess their compliance with RER radiation exposure limits, which differ, depending on whether the RFR environment is "controlled" (i.
In addition, a licensee must conduct a thorough physical inspection of the property and analyze all the factors that may affect the property's value and his/her opinion of that value.
Neste assumed partial ownership of CPI, provided the necessary linkage for CPI to offer its technology to potential licensees in Europe, and became a primary resin supplier to European licensees, of which there is one at present.
We are pleased with the continued confidence that our investors, and our shareholders in general, have shown to help us and our licensees achieve their recent success in production and in the marketplace.
It also underscores the enforcement authority of state boards of accountancy over licensees with interstate practices.
Licensees must certify that all of their costs are the "minimum necessary" to provide facilities comparable to those presently in use.
They may include any professional title or title indicating ownership on business cards that is not misleading, but they may not use a title or phrase that implies they are licensees or certificate holders.
The TA is committed to supporting the parties throughout the mediation process and encourages licensees with questions or concerns to bring these to the attention of the mediator at the outset of the process.
Licensees should take these interdependencies into account and plan for the continuity of mutual aid operations during the reconfiguration of their systems.