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License agreement

A contract by which a domestic company (the licensor) allows a foreign company (the licensee) to market its products in a foreign country in return for royalties, fees, or other forms of compensation.

License Agreement

A contract between the inventor or patent holder of a product and another party which grants that party the legal right to market, sell, or otherwise profit from that product. The license agreement may or may not give the other party exclusive right to sell the product, and it may be permanent or temporary. In return, the inventor or patent holder receives a royalty or some other compensation.
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Then we would gather English peas, snap beans, okra, and tomatoes, and together (with Aunt Eula in the lead) we would thank God for the bountiful harvest.
Irving's presence in the text becomes inescapable the moment Eula Varner vanquishes Labove (who tries to assault her sexually) with the textually inaccurate, but nevertheless effective, exclamation, "Stop pawing me.
For starters, is it fair, or even legal, that with shrink-wrapped EULAs (the ones inside the box with the software), you're required to buy the product before you can see the terms of the agreement?
I've always loved kids and my house is always full of kids anyway," said Eula.
He noticed that anyone not willing to accept the EULA should "contact the manufacturer or installer to determine their return policy for a refund or credit".
If you recall, Willis, using the name Eula Mystery Willis, filed for bankruptcy in July 2005, and listed her assets at $834,000 and her debts at $3.
13) Elsewhere in the EULA, Blizzard asserts that it
Math Dictionary: The Easy, Simple, Fun Guide To Help Math Phobics Become Math Lovers by Eula Ewing Monroe (teaches mathematics education at Brigham Young University) is a straightforward reference to basic mathematical terms for readers of all ages and backgrounds, from junior high and high school students to adults in need of a quick refresher.
Inspired by Windows PE, but appalled by their EULA, Bart set out on a quest to build his own version of the tool.
Eula Munroe and Robert Panchyshyn from the US provide eight ideas for taking the stress out of teaching word problems in mathematics.