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  • n. One who receives a permit.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One to whom a permission or permit is given.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One to whom permission or a permit is granted.


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From permit +‎ -ee.


  • A federal agency, an applicant or permittee, or the governor of a state in which the action in question would occur may apply for an exemption that allows the action to go forward without penalties.

    Endangered Species Act, United States

  • Basically, permits are suspended and no permittee will be allowed at their permitted area effective Tuesday October 13, 2009 until the event is over and it is safe to return.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • After receiving a database of all concealed carry permittees in Virginia via a Freedom Of Information Act request, the paper provided a searchable database on its website, therefore allowing anyone with criminal intentions to determine exactly who in their community has a permit to carry concealed handgun, as well as the address of every permittee!

    From On High

  • Some may well be better qualified in the judgment of the permittee than some falconers he knows!

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • You cannot buy new manufacture "assault rifles" as a civilian or a class III permittee in USA.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Wettstein said that, typically, the permittee pays for such removal - in this case the utilities.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • The permittee is also required to make every reasonable effort to ensure compliance with these requirements by all agents of the permittee and by all clients, customers, participants, or spectators under the permittee's supervision.

  • BLM staff review the proposed plan and issue a permit only if the permittee formally agrees to comply with all Federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations.

  • If passed, the changes would allow only one additional person and no more with that person having to accompany a "permittee, hawker, peddler or solicitor."


  • A: According to guidelines set forth by the state ABC commission, solicitation by a distiller representative "may include contact, meetings with, or programs for the benefit of mixed beverages permittee (s) and their employees on the licensed premises of the mixed beverages permittee."

    Local News from Wilmington Star News


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