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  • n. Plural form of permittee.

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Examples

  • The alternative is only revision of such properties to State permittees, where possible, and unmanaged use and a law enforcement burden.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Arizona Parks Privitization

  • This rule prohibits broadcast licensees or permittees from broadcasting false information concerning a crime or a catastrophe if: (1) the licensee knows this information is false; (2) it is foreseeable that broadcast of the information will cause substantial public harm; and (3) broadcast of the information does in fact directly cause substantial public harm

    John Amato: I Filed an FCC Complaint Against FOX News Over "Hoax" News Palin Coverage!

  • Licensed CCW permittees have an exemplary record of behavior -- even better than police!

    ABC News Gets It Wrong on Firearms Segment

  • This plan will cover Forest Service employees and stations as well as permittees and the permitted improvements.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Raise the cost to public land permittees from the meager $1.36/acre that they pay

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • 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

  • Colorado's first and fourth bull seasons are for drawn permittees only; tags for the second and third hunts are available across the counter ($483).

    Three Ways to Hunt Elk: Do It Yourself, With a Guide, or Get Dropped at Camp

  • Even had they pulled every backcountry permit issued, there was no way of knowing where the permittees might be at any given moment.

    Blood Lure

  • In 1950, the law establishing Grand Teton National Park allowed local grazing permittees whose livestock had historically used the new park lands for summer range to continue that grazing for the life of the permittees 'designated heirs.

    On Wyoming Grazing Privileges

  • Given the large volume and different kinds of permits, neither the states nor EPA can effectively address all of their permittees.

    Npr Report Environmental Protection Agency Part

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