licensed material

licensed material

[′lī·sənst mə′tir·ē·əl]
(nucleonics)
Source material, special nuclear material, or by-product material received, possessed, used, or transferred under a general or special license issued by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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In addition, the Beatles are among the biggest movers in the classic rock genre when it comes to licensed material --from T-shirts to lamp shades to Christmas ornaments.
The commission also gave Aerotest 30 days to provide an updated plan for properly managing the reactor fuel and other licensed material until it can be permanently disposed of, and for decommissioning the facility, Zimmerman said.
Many of its viral listicles rely on unlicensed photos, in addition to licensed material from Reuters and Getty Images.
A clause of explicit acknowledgement by the licensee that the licensed material is a trade secret should be included.
Just because you can click on something, doesn't mean you're clicking on licensed material.
Grease is collected by a licensed material hauler, transported to the wastewater treatment facility in 3,000 to 5,000 gallon tanker trucks, and added to a FOG-condition system, where it is converted into biogas used to meet 80 percent of the facility's needs.
Boom has done some good work with licensed material earlier, such as creating original storylines for Darkwing Duck Chip and Dale, and The Muppet Show.
Adds Vourvoulias, "The more we produce, the less space we have for licensed material or syndicated content on the print side.
This allows free use of the licensed material (subject to an artist credit) but only in some of the world's poorest nations, whilst allowing the artist to earn income from commercial sales in developed nations.
It will continue to manufacture other licensed material, including The Simpsons, Snoopy and Curious George.
We are very excited about adding a premier material manufacturer like Oak-Mitsui to our list of licensed material suppliers," said George Dudnikov, senior vice president and CTO of Sanmina-SCI's PCB Division.
Triggered devices will still accept MP3s and even permit copying of licensed material for personal use, SDMI says.
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