laissez passer


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Synonyms for laissez passer

a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions

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Ensuite, laissez passer quelques jour, avant de lui envoyer un lys blanc ou un bouquet de roses blanches, dont la signification sera : "Je t'admire et je te respecte".
Il a egalement rappele que les autorites consulaires ont grandement simplifie les procedures pour aider a la fluidite de l'operation en octroyant en cas de besoin des passeports provisoires, des laissez passer ou des visas a la frontiere.
The Syrian embassy said that because she was traveling with an expired passport, "the Syrian authorities contacted the Iranian embassy in Damascus in order to receive a laissez passer for her to travel, and was in turn extradited in accordance with international law to the passport issuing country.
Parvez s Iranian passport was expired, the Syrian authorities contacted the Iranian embassy in Damascus in order to receive a laissez passer for her to travel, and was in turn extradited in accordance with international law to the passport-issuing country," it said.
Comment Zola a-t-il pu lire les lignes ou Emile de Laveleye identifie explicitement la pensee naturaliste au darwinisme, a l'optimisme, enfin a la doctrine du laissez faire, laissez passer ?
The phrase comes from the motto of the physiocrats, a school of French economists of the mid - 18th century: Laissez faire, laissez passer ( " let do; let pass " ).
He added: 'I can travel for the purpose of peace negotiations under a laissez passer without having to be a Dutch citizen'.