Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of licenser.

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Examples

  • Seeing therefore those who now possess the employment, by all evident signs with themselves well rid of it, and that no man of worth, none that is not a plain unthrift of his own hours is ever likely to succeed them, except he mean to put himself to the salary of a press-corrector, we may easily foresee what kind of licensers we are to expect hereafter, either ignorant, imperious, and remiss, or basely pecuniary.

    Areopagitica: A Speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing: Paras 1-19

  • Seeing therefore those who now possess the employment by all evident signs wish themselves well rid of it, and that no man of worth, none that is not a plain unthrift of his own hours is ever likely to succeed them, except he mean to put himself to the salary of a press corrector; we may easily foresee what kind of licensers we are to expect hereafter, either ignorant, imperious, and remiss, or basely pecuniary.

    Plea for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing

  • Seeing therefore those who now possess the employment by all evident signs wish themselves well rid of it; and that no man of worth, none that is not a plain unthrift of his own hours, is ever likely to succeed them, except he mean to put himself to the salary of a press corrector; we may easily foresee what kind of licensers we are to expect hereafter, either ignorant, imperious, and remiss, or basely pecuniary.

    Areopagitica A speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing to the Parliament of England

  • The different constituents that I have to be informative to are the artists, ultimately the users, and the licensers of music.

    Ariston Anderson: Bridging the Gap: Q and A with MySpace Music President Courtney Holt

  • The answer was possibly, because more content is a good value for customers, but the licensers are not always excited about them.

    Tokyopop News: CSI Interns, Kindaichi, INVU, Company Plans, more » Manga Worth Reading

  • After a little application, the unfulfilled vehicle licensers of Swansea came to enjoy Goethe in the original: the programme communicated in German.

    Labour’s IT bungles cost taxpayers £26bn

  • Stuff like that happens constantly, Mike, as a result of the fact that reviewers have absolutely zero understanding of development processes, especially when you throw in IP-holders/licensers/publishers and all kinds of other bureaucratic snags.

    Scattershot On My Way Out

  • It costs $135 and offers intellectual-property protection for up to a year while you're talking with potential licensers.

    Pitching a Product

  • In this one thing I crave leave of the present licensers to be pardoned for so thinking; who doubtless took this office up, looking on it through their obedience to the Parliament, whose command perhaps made all things seem easy and unlaborious to them; but that this short trial hath wearied them out already, their own expressions and excuses to them who make so many journeys to solicit their licence are testimony enough.

    Areopagitica

  • It will ask more than the work of twenty licensers to examine all the lutes, the violins, and the guitars in every house; they must not be suffered to prattle as they do, but must be licensed what they may say.

    Areopagitica

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