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license

An authorization for a particular person or entity to do some act on the land or property of another. Licenses are revocable at will, grant no exclusivity, and are not assignable.The one who receives the license is the licensee;the one who grants it is the licensor.

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39) All PIs must lie in the scope of a licenser; some (like any N) additionally require the licenser to precede them in the string interpreted by the vocabulary.
Nasdaq-NNM: BSBL) is a leading marketer and licenser of sports and entertainment-related products sold through national retailers and catalogs, television shopping programs, hobby/specialty shops, and corporate promotions and premium programs.
is the developer, patent holder and licenser for the Company's Digital_IR and Light-Link technologies.
Immersion Corporation (Nasdaq:IMMR), a developer and licenser of touch feedback technology, disclosed on Tuesday that its haptics technology has been incorporated within the Sharp manufactured and recently released docomo AQUOS PHONE ZETA SH-06E.
The order for three shotguns, two revolvers, and a rifle had already been invoiced to the athlete when he shot Steenkamp on February 14 last year, testified gun licenser Sean Rens.
US-based UOP is now a licenser of several new facilities to be built at the Baku Oil Refinery named after Heydar Aliyev.
Selskabet har eneforhandling licenser med den ikoniske mE*rke
Where agreements with banks to receive payments by Carta Aura do not exist, TNS will collect the transactions and forward them to licensers Mastercard and Visa's international gateways.
Mobile clubs, magazines, multiplayer games, and community platforms increase profits for carriers and entertainment licensers by giving mobile phone users a reason to interact with wireless services on an ongoing basis.
Mobile clubs, magazines, multiplayer games and community platforms increase profits for carriers and entertainment licensers by giving mobile phone users a reason to interact with wireless services on an ongoing basis.