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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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The owners also wish to "include the first floor for all licensable activities," it adds.
From February 7, 2005, all persons who carry out licensable activities have six months to convert their existing licences into personal and premises' licences.
Any entertainment provided in a church will not be licensable.
The licensable hours applied for are: 9am - 12 Midnight Anyone wishing to make representations in respect of this application should write to Middlesbrough Council at the address stated below.
mimoOn has been the leader for LTE PHY by providing the industry s most comprehensive licensable software IP and design support services for mobile handsets and wireless infrastructure.
The door staff were questioned on suspicion of going equipped for cheat, using forged instruments and of being engaged in licensable conduct without a licence.
Broadcom plans to use the 5kf core, which according to MIPS is the industry's only licensable, synthesisable 64-bit core with an integrated floating point unit, in its system-on-a-chip systems for set-top boxes and other communications products.
The applicant has applied to the Licensing Authority for a premises licence for the above premises for the following licensable activities: 1.
Designed to meet the demand for graphics and streaming media in next-generation digital consumer applications, the new core is, according to MIPS, the industry's only licensable 64-bit core with an integrated floating-point unit.
The licensable activities applied for are for the provision of late night refreshment.
Proposed variations to the licensable activities: the sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises.
"There will be a minimum number of 10 covers indoors when the premises is open to the public and licensable activities are taking place."