- v. present participle of license.
“Sanders perused the Apple iTune Store's, noted the absence of the term "licensing" in the End User License Agreement EULA, and tentatively pronounced ReDigi on "fairly solid legal ground.”
“Congress didn't define the term licensing, she notes, so the state defined the term in its broadest way.”
“Probably about 80\% of the revenue was from card sales and the other 20\% was from what we describe as licensing programs.”
“In addition, licensing is currently labrynthine and confusing.”
“Server licensing is also unchanged – Microsoft will charge $699 for a Lync standard server license and $3,999 for an enterprise server license, just as they did with Office Communications Server 2007.”
“There are several professions where licensing is designed as a specific gatekeeper to control the supply of “professionals”.”
“Marvel utilizes its character franchises in licensing, entertainment (via Marvel Studios and Marvel Animation) and publishing (via Marvel Comics).”
“Restricted medical licensing is all about controlling the supply of physicians, it isn't even remotely about the quality.”
“The whole system of professional licensing is a way to limit competition.”
“So, if we are going to raise $1 million in licensing fees from pharmacists and providers, is this how we want to spend it?”
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