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Word: license

Definition: official or legal permission; latitude of action or speech; excessive freedom that causes harm or damage; V.


Sentences Containing 'license'

"Ccache" is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
A license to both produce and sell alcohol is required.
After the Spanish Civil War, PasarĂ­n obtained his coaching license.
All these fonts are licensed under Arphic Public License.
Arphic Public License, published by Arphic Technology, was recognized by Free Software Foundation as a copyleft free software license and incompatible with the GNU General Public License.
As a license fee payer I think it was wrong."
Each license is valid only in the province from which it was granted.
Each province has specific procedures and requirements for license or registration.
He got his first trainer's license in 1986.
He had no driver's license and visited the training by tram or by roller skates.
His law license became inactive in 2007.
His Serbian pilot's license carries the number 1.
However, this does not give license to absolute contingency.
In 1922, Mercer obtained a commercial license under the calls WMAZ.
In 1948, he received his teaching license, but never worked as a teacher.
In 1960 he earned his private pilot’s license.
In 1981, the first license for Administrator's Plus was sold to St.
In 1988 it completed two additional units under license.
IronLisp Beta versions have been released under the Microsoft Public License.
It depends only on QuantLib license, which is also BSD.
It has made available new license and upgrade-license SKUs for each edition.
It is also displayed on the license plates of that country.
It is free software license and written in Java.
It is free software under the terms of the Simplified BSD license.
It's developed in PHP and MySQL and is licensed under the GPL license.
Of these, 180 were to be manufactured under license in Spain and 20 were to be manufactured by France.
operating with the license to sell G.H. Bass Co.
Previously, the DCE source was only available under a proprietary license.
PyCharm has been released under a dual license, a Proprietary one and also under the Apache License.
Quintero couldn't furnish a driver's license and Johnson decided to arrest him.
Selma dates Hans Moleman after revoking his license at the DMV.
She received her commercial pilots license a year later.
Simbad is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Skyfire 4.x and Skyfire Video License Key.
Some modules are only available under a commercial license.
The Bullet physics library is published under the zlib license.
The COLLADA DOM uses the SCEA Shared Source License.
The FCC approved the license transfer on December 19, 2011.
The first license applications were filed in 1977.
The judge ordered an immediate revocation of the club's liquor license.
The SCSL is not considered a free software license.
The station is owned by Univision Communications and the broadcast license is held by the Tichenor License Corporation.
The station's broadcast license was held by WANM, Inc.
There is also an Academic license which is discounted for other educational use.
These include "a perpetual license to use the D brand".
These software license agreements are often labeled as end-user license agreements (EULAs).
They also issue their own tribal license plates.
This license gave the airline the ability to restructure itself.
TinyCa is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
transferred the license for this radio station to KNCK Inc.

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