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Meanings and phrases
- a legal document giving official permission to do something; license; permit
- freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech); license
- excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; - Will Durant; - Edmund Burke; license
- authorize officially; license; certify
driver 's licence
- a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle; driver's license; driving license; driving licence
- a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle; driver's license; driver's licence; driving license
- Stephen continued "At least, on Wednesday, Chris's driving licence is suspended.
- In fact this was pushed by other cast members, as he did not hold a driving licence.
- He was also charged with not producing his driving licence and insurance certificate.
- a license authorizing the bearer to fish during a specified period of time; fishing license; fishing permit
- a license authorizing the bearer to kill a certain type of animal during a specified period of time; hunting license; hunting permit; game license
- a license authorizing the holder to sell alcoholic beverages; liquor license
- a license authorizing two people to marry; marriage license; wedding license; wedding licence
- a license to pursue a particular occupation; occupation license
- a license authorizing two people to marry; marriage license; marriage licence; wedding license
- RBC TV was funded by advertising and a television licence fee.
- Fry and McKellen later offered to contribute to the payment of the licence fee.
- Each club was required to pay a licence fee which allowed the Victorian-based clubs to survive.
- His change of surname to Pulteney was by royal licence, in 1813.
- He later assumed the surname of Foster by way of royal licence in 1927.
- Charles Edmund Keene, changed the family name to Ruck-Keene by royal licence.
- The government granted a licence for construction of the bridge on 18 May 1971.
- Gibtel was subsequently granted a licence to offer mobile telephony introducing a GSM900 network.
- By 1856, with help from his sons, he was granted a licence for consumption and opened his own dram shop.