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licence

(US), license
a certificate, tag, document, etc., giving official permission to do something
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Those who did not have driver's licenses or were driving with suspended licenses were handcuffed, arrested and jailed at the sheriff's station.
The prior MCPP license terms will also be available through September 30, 2003 as an option for new licensees.
But they also found that approaches to obtaining licenses were haphazard, and that staying current with upgrades and releases of new versions was all but impossible.
Considering that almost every other professional performing work in a building - from the superintendent to the plumber - holds licenses, it is amazing that there are no professional or educational criteria existing for the person in charge.
Last year three new licenses added $100,000 to the bottom line.
Before being able to use the network to handle licensing efforts, states would have to enact the NAIC's model licensing law so they could issue nonresident licenses to agents that have licenses from their home states.
The Department has substantially improved the 1995 sport fishing licenses," Gibbons announced in a letter to the Fish and Game Commission.
MPEG LA is the world leader in alternative technology licenses, enabling users to acquire worldwide patent rights necessary for a technology standard or platform from multiple patent holders in a single transaction as an alternative to negotiating separate licenses.
The annual and one-day Pacific Ocean Only sport fishing licenses have been eliminated.
During his tenure at Hasbro he was active in establishing many licenses including Shirt Tales, Raggedy Ann and Andy, Disney and Sesame Street.
A lot of people are going to be affected because a lot of businesses aren't going to sell licenses,'' said Itsy Ota, owner of Johnny's Sporting Goods in Pasadena, which caters to West Valley anglers.
NFC stakeholders, including mobile operators, financial service providers, and device manufacturers, will present their views of the future of NFC in two main panel sessions on the definition of a technical framework for NFC licenses and on NFC licensing and business models.