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licence

(US), license
a certificate, tag, document, etc., giving official permission to do something
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'Impossible--can't be--notice at the church--leave the licence to-day--ceremony come off to-morrow.'
Jingle, who had that moment returned, had produced the licence to the spinster aunt.
Jingle crumpled up the licence, and thrust it into his coat pocket.
'Money out of pocket-- posting, nine pounds; licence, three--that's twelve--compensation, a hundred--hundred and twelve--breach of honour--and loss of the lady--'
'Here,' continued the hardened traitor, tossing the licence at Mr.
'Paul's Churchyard, Sir; low archway on the carriage side, bookseller's at one corner, hot-el on the other, and two porters in the middle as touts for licences.'
I have tried in vain to get a licence upon credit at the Post Office;" said Pickles.
The Abu Dhabi Business Centre also reported that 20,173 licence renewals and 7,299 licence amendments for various economic activities were conducted in Q2 of 2019.