- n. Plural form of licensee.
“Commissions to sales agents, called licensees, are about 12% of the amount investors put in.”
“We believe that the relationship with our licensees is the cornerstone of our business and we invest resources in providing them with as much support as is necessary to ensure their businesses are a success.”
“The chain got its start six years ago in Hilton Head, S.C. Three years later, owner and president Ramona Fantini decided to branch out by allowing individual owners, known as licensees, the opportunity to open Pino Gelato locations in other cities and states.”
“However, the latest deal places Microsoft among the handful of companies that ARM has identified as licensees of its entire instruction set, which describes the processors capabilities and how it manages memory and other subsystems in order to perform computing tasks.”
“Iqbal said word of the problems did not get back to the owner and licensees, which is why no corrections were made.”
“Second, the President will announce new actions to require federally-licensed gun manufacturers, distributors and dealers ( "licensees") to verify the validity of federal firearms licenses before transporting guns, and report individuals who use invalid licenses to the ATF.”
“Apple CEO Steve Jobs lost a major battle for control over his popular handheld gadgets after the Copyright Office of the Library of Congress rejected Apple's argument that iPhone users are "licensees" rather than owners of computer programs on their phones.”
“ND Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (fed. "licensees" required to register mg's, si, expdd with state when possessed for "protection or sale")”
“She's going by ATF telling her there are about 7000 FFL 'licensees' in the border states.”
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