licens, tilladelse, bevillingautorisere, tillade
Noun(1) a legal document giving official permission to do something(2) freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech(3) excessive freedom; lack of due restraint(4) the act of giving a formal (usually written
Verb(1) authorize officially
(1) Although I rant, there's no doubt that creative contributions from the world's artists would be poorer in the absence of artistic license .(2) So far, two ice cream manufacturers have managed to snag the official license for low-carb super-premium ice cream products.(3) A pilot's license gives them permission to knock on the door.(4) And did you have to sort of take a bit of dramatic license with the facts?(5) The overall effect is what you're after, and artistic license forgives slight errors.(6) I guess Conrad's just practicing some artistic license .(7) The authority to license television stations, sanction newspapers and to regulate cell phone companies was recently transferred to a commission whose members were chosen by the US.(8) Although there is some dramatic license , the writers and director have clearly done their research into the condition.(9) Though their logos still appear on game boxes it is simply artistic license ; as independent entitles they have ceased to exist.(10) If they were to have the use of these codes, they would be able to maintain, modify or even license the Object Codes.(11) Equally important, it protects freedom from itself, tempering excesses of individual license by postulating a higher moral code.(12) They've been given tacit permission, if not license , to hurl themselves at them.(13) logging is permitted under license from the Forest Service(14) It revealed on Saturday how the firm was dumped amid allegations it had not made enough effort to license its sites.(15) A number of international goods are manufactured locally under license .(16) The result: both will soon tire of the cost and settle out-of-court, opting to license each other's intellectual property.
(1) license plate :: nummerplade
1. permit ::
2. permission ::
3. disregard for the facts ::
foragt for de faktiske forhold
4. permit ::
5. certify ::
1. prohibition ::
2. proscription ::
Different Formslicense, licensed, licenses, licensing
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