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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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Eula and the other 150-250 dogs here are taught "intelligent disobedience," meaning to disobey their handlers if they sense danger.
at Varner's store and Flem's wedding to Eula Varner.
Secondly, he fails at virility because although he yearns sexually for Eula and later her daughter Linda, he never consummates either relationship though he has the opportunity to do so with both women.
If you are not able to change the EULA, have the terms of your order take precedence over the publisher's EULA.
Although the game remains rated 4+, the game's EULA states: "You may not use the Game if you are under the age of 13." (148) In a separate section of the EULA titled "Minor Users", the following terms are outlined:
The EULA, which is the main agreement governing end users' use of your app, explains the rights and obligations of both parties: the end user and you as the app licensor.
I feed our local foxes every evening and in the past I noticed one had mange and like Eula I had two dogs at that time.
Past recipients include: Maggie Gilead, Catherine Binns, Phyllis Johnson, Emma Jean Powell, Mary Long, Eula Aiken, Lena Lavette and Verdelle Bellamy.
The rumors arose when people started reading the sections of the 3DS' End User License Agreement (EULA), which hint at Nintendo's ability to remotely brick consoles.
When I was a child, my Aunt Eula lived next door in a small, white-frame house with a screened porch.
Last year's Man Booker prizewinner Hilary Mantel won the Fiction award for her title Wolf Hall and the General Nonfiction award was won by Richard Holmes for The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science, while Eula Biss received the Criticism award for a collection of critical essays.