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permit

1. an official certificate or document granting authorization; licence
2. permission, esp written permission

permit

A document issued by a governmental authority having jurisdiction to authorize specific work by the applicant.
References in classic literature ?
Some of them might lag, but the guest of honour was not permitted to lag.
Between these walls the little Martians scampered, wild as deer; being permitted to run the full length of the aisle, where they were captured one at a time by the women and older children; the last in the line capturing the first little one to reach the end of the gauntlet, her opposite in the line capturing the second, and so on until all the little fellows had left the enclosure and been appropriated by some youth or female.
``is this the manner in which you requite the kindness which permitted thee to leave thy prison-cell yonder?
You have permitted it to be weakened by impulsive acts dictated by sentiment.
You have permitted sentiment to influence you, thus demonstrating that you are a defective.
This means that people will no longer have to display a permit when parking a car in a permitted area anywhere in Buckinghamshire.
Permitted work includes demolition, site grading, utilities and tree removal/mitigation.
The nature of permits that were high on demand in Q3 2016 also reflected the growing interest among retailers to explore diverse options, he said, adding that permits for raffle draws, instant prizes as well as tasting and sampling accounted for the majority of the promotions permitted during Q3 2016.
Today, permitted concealed handguns are allowed in every jurisdiction in the United States.
The banners permitted included brand name advertising, print and electronic media advertisements, billboards and trademark-related announcements.
Miller St., Wenatchee; cost not listed to change out two permitted signs.
In general permitting systems, to issue a general permit, the agency usually must make substantive findings about the merits of a general permit it intends to issue, such as whether the permitted activities are likely to cause significant harm to protected interests.