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- adj. Not licenced
- adj. unofficial; in some cases illegal
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking official approval
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ie we located x number stolen cars, y number of wanted people, z number of unlicenced drivers.
She was referring to 26-year-old unlicenced street merchant Mohamed Bouazizi who set himself ablaze after police confiscated his cart.
I recall a deputy headteacher in North Wales, no previous, got five years for having a WWII unlicenced firearm.
“When it audits companies there and finds unlicenced software, it typically extracts ‘fines’ equal to the cost of the software licences that the targeted firms neglected to buy, after which the companies must of course also pay for those same software licences.”
This was most likely put together using an unlicenced copy of Sony Video Vegas.
Now they just sell those electic "bikes" that are really unlicenced mopeds.
Workers in the UK are being asked turn in their employers to a software industry group for using unlicenced software.
On the plus side it means we can unpack the unlicenced nuclear reatocers and play with the proton packs!
Action would be taken against unlicenced medical shops functioning in private hospitals.
The police's Superintendent Jay Naicker said four of those arrested were being held for murder and the remaining for possession of unlicenced firearms.
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