from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of licence.
- adj. having been issued with a licence
- adj. authorized by licence
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- adj. given official approval to act
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The majority of these are issued by local authority officers, but police and Environment Agency officers do issue some - ranging from £20 for unnecessary idling of a stationary vehicle engine to £500 for failing to comply with a noise warning notice in licenced premises.
The new rules, which are explicitly aimed at curbing binge drinking, will create a number of changes to how alcohol is served in licenced establishments throughout the province.
Ostensibly, the reason is that those three versions are 'licenced' to use Windows XP, and this has been a real cash cow for Microsoft with the Broken OS.
This work is licenced under a Creative Commons Licence.
In an Early Day Motion tabled today by Chancellor Alistair Slugbalancer, the Government is to reintroduce the hunting of bankers under licenced and controlled conditions.
Looks a lot like some plot elements were licenced or 'borrowed' from the terrible "Repo! the genetic opera".
Walking through various showrooms at the Atlanta Gift Show in 2002, Haesler noticed a wildlife image on a decorative plate by Minnesota wildlife artist Jim Hautman -- "it was an image we had licenced to another company."
I was a big fan of the original, which was a rare example of a movie licenced game done well, and recommend you check it out.
HeatherMo:Peg rents at a level that is roughly equivalent to the interest cost of a mortgage, then the lifetime cost of renting and buying will be roughly the same.drewan1972: I think landlords should be regulated, licenced, and accredited by outside agencies.
And he will announce a scheme that would give seriously ill patients access to drugs around a year before they were licenced for general use.