- v. present participle of licence.
“I keep thinking at 3. 30am on a Saturday/Sunday morning I would like to see the Home Secretary stand in our town and say that 24 hour licencing is a good idea and works.”
“If driver and vehicle licencing is something that shouldn't be separated, why should historical conservation?”
“The licencing is for Houses in Multiple Occupation and there is broad political support for their creation as they give more power to local authorities to stop cowboy landlords and will, hopefully, save lives.”
“It said that the government was drafting laws to control the media by "licencing" journalists and by establishing a state-controlled press council.”
“licencing' hype which they scream, they could opensource it tomorrow, but you would end up with a massive migration to it - why do that when you can hype a system like linux which requires massive TLC and you can sell millions of dollars worth of 'services' just to get things glued into an existing infrastructure.”
“Currently manufacturers of action figures actually make licencing arrangements with companies who sponsor a specific athlete and professional sports teams.”
“Well mostly theylooked the same, because when Steve McIntyre was told that some of the metereological data was not available to non-academics because of commercial licencing agreements, he threw a hissy fit and told the lunatics that follow his blog to fire off FOI requests at the CRU.”
“The two lower courts, and now the US supreme court, cited a critical but little-known 1976 supreme court decision upholding a state employer sanctions law in California, as well as the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, or IRCA, which established a new federal employer sanctions regime, but explicitly excluded issues relating to "business licencing" from the scope of the law.”
“And what if everyone decides that the police should no longer enforce road tax laws, or licencing laws?”
“Next time you are over Mugabe House, have you thought of wandering over to licencing and/or community safety.”
Looking for tweets for licencing.