licentiateship love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The condition or office of a licentiate.


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  • He particularly resented, as well he might, being out-argued when he presented himself before Luis de Leon to be examined for his licentiateship of theology; the knowledge that this incident was talked over by mocking students did not improve matters. [

    Fray Luis de Leon


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