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- n. A document issued to a specific person by a government authority, permitting this person to drive one or more classes of motor vehicle on public roads and highways. As the licence generally has a photograph of the licensee, it is generally used as an identification document, and may be required when making credit purchases, cashing checks, applying for employment etc.
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- n. a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
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The name on the driver's license in his wallet was Vincenzo Nicolo.
When asked to identify the body, he was able to say it was the carpenter known as Iggy, an appellation that tallied with the name on the driver's license found in the pickup truck.
The New Mexican/ Associated Press A protest against proposed changes in New Mexico's driver's license law.
T.J. Gordon — Telford J.nius Gordon, according to his driver's license — had gone by the nickname Suitcase for as long as I'd known him.
The driver's license was soaked, but the name was readable.
People you meet at conventions or key-signing sessions require some proof like a driver's license or credit card.
She handed Manelli her real driver's license and her employee discount card.
This time the caller had given his name and driver's license number so that he could claim the reward of 50,000 HK, offered by Struan's and Noble House Chen.