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  • adj. unlicensed


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non- +β€Ž licensed


  • Travis County District Court Judge Orlinda Naranjo ruled that the state board was out of bounds in early 2007 when it began ordering more than two dozen nonlicensed equine dentists to quit working.

    Equine Dentists Shine in Court

  • Sometimes one sees a group (various police organizations or ethnic groups, e.g.) far more indignant against crimes against their group than comparable crimes by a member of their group, or a licensing board (medical, e.g.) not kicking people out of the profession for gross misconduct, but being ferociously strict about minimizing the number of licenses and stomping on any nonlicensed activity close to their prerogatives.

    Say You Got Guns, Then Bring That Shit

  • "Much of the unprecedented economic growth of the past 10 years can actually be credited to the doctrine of fair use, as the Internet itself depends on the ability to use content in a limited and nonlicensed manner," CCIA president and CEO Ed Black said in a statement.

    September 17th, 2007

  • The only outstanding item not covered is β€œlay” midwives as opposed to the medically trained and licensed superhero nurse midwives, but no insurance covers such minimally trained, nonlicensed caregivers.

    Married to the Military

  • There's a lot of statistics out there that show that concealed handgun license holders are five times less likely than nonlicensed holders to commit violent crimes.

    More Guns on Campus?

  • Marriages in the MRA accounted for 81 percent of all marriages in the United States in 1988 77 percent excluding California nonlicensed marriages, and divorces in the DRA accounted for 49 percent of all divorces.

    The Population of the United States

  • Dimes and quarters are being swallowed up in ever-increasing amounts, to the nonlicensed tune of over $500 million annual profit.

    Jukebox Piracy

  • It also threatened "friendly, but swift, but hostile, legal actions against any nonlicensed" jokes. - Top Stories

  • Investigators discovered the fraud in 2009, when a search of Learning Links locations confirmed that the centers employed nonlicensed personnel, provided unwarranted therapy and billed for services not rendered.

    News RSS

  • Guests, nonlicensed individuals welcome.www. Time: 7: 30 p.m. Date:

    The Acorn


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