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  • n. Plural form of licensure.

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Examples

  • & Co. Based in Beijing, ATA offers computer-based testing services, career-education and test-preparation programs focused on professional licensures and certifications.

    Cascal, ATA Debuts Generate

  • If we were to refuse patients with a drug abuse problem who were sent by a nephrologist, we could invariably lose any one if not all of our licensures.

    Two articles from Planned Parenthood

  • Louisiana didn't give out any temporary licensures to out-of-state volunteer physicans, nor did FEMA.

    What kind of Muffin are you?

  • � Required licensures, professional certifications, and/or Board certifications as applicable

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • • Required licensures, professional certifications, and/or Board certifications as applicable

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Menveo has the potential to be utilized in a broad age range, and the company plans to seek supplementary licensures for use of the vaccine in other age groups.

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  • Professors of education will be incensed at how little this society cares about its children, because they cannot get the legislature to require more than two courses in early childhood development for certain childcare licensures.

    Assistant Village Idiot

  • She also suggested looking into reading licensures and training for teachers.

    Marshall Independent

  • All official required licensures and certifications to teach content areas

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Through this global academic alliance, students may be eligible to receive up to 15 credits toward an associate's degree, and up to 30 credits toward a bachelor's degree at University of Phoenix for prior training courses, certificates and licensures completed through Sun or Sun Authorized Partners.

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