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Synonyms for franchise

Synonyms for franchise

an authorization to sell a company's goods or services in a particular place

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a business established or operated under an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area

a statutory right or privilege granted to a person or group by a government (especially the rights of citizenship and the right to vote)

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More and more I am convinced that the final solution of the political end of our race problem will be for each state that finds it necessary to change the law bearing upon the franchise to make the law apply with absolute honesty, and without opportunity for double dealing or evasion, to both races alike.
Spray, the Independent minister, had begun to preach political sermons, in which he distinguished with much subtlety between his fervent belief in the right of the Catholics to the franchise and his fervent belief in their eternal perdition.
He had made a very considerable fortune in the States, and his reason for leaving them was his aversion to the negroes, and his dislike of the Republican policy in extending the franchise to them.
in marriage, to a rich and handsome suitor; a valuable franchise to a
dull, useful, delightful things, Factory Acts, Female Inspectors, the Eight Hours' Bill, the Parliamentary Franchise.
Today, the number of existing and contracted Nemos Seafood franchises has reached 70, and locations include Maryland, Georgia, New York, and Pennsylvania.
Contracts for the franchises - which date back to 1987 - should be renegotiated immediately, she said.
For local government entities, the possibility of establishing recycling and solid waste franchises can accomplish a host of things: improving the overall standard efficiencies, attaining and/or surpassing solid waste reduction goals or increasing recycling levels, perhaps even generating revenue.
The region's franchises will continue to experience high growth during the next five years as Latin Americans continue to create concepts, analysts say, with Brazil and Mexico accounting for approximately 80% of the new franchises.
But Birkeland takes a closer look at these impressive figures, examining the daily workings of franchises and the challenges endemic to the business.
Among the "Top 200 Global Franchises," RE/MAX is number 20 and was the only real estate organization named "Best of the Best" in service industries.
They now own 20 percent of all franchises (up from 3 percent in the early '80s).
For a brief moment, the Tax Court provided taxpayers with some measure of certainty in this area when it upheld a significant allocation of the purchase price of McDonald's franchises to amortizable franchise fees rather than to nonamortizable goodwill (Canterbury, 99 TC No.
Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Captain D's owns, operates and franchises some 600 restaurants in 26 of the United States and the Caribbean, plus military bases around the world.
based IFA, the committee's most recent initiative is the Women's Franchise Network, a collection of local chapters nationwide intent on giving franchises the opportunity to meet and learn from other successful women in their respective areas.