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Synonyms for licensed

given official approval to act

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The results show that the total area licensed was 593.7 thousand (m2), distributed as 500.5 thousand (m2) for new areas and 93.2 thousand (m2) for existing areas.
Real estate professionals who are currently licensed as a salesperson and who obtain their broker's license prior to July 1, 2008 are not affected by this new bill.
* Work and people now move easily across geographic lines, and qualified, licensed CPAs in good standing should be able to practice in more than one state or jurisdiction without undergoing a time-consuming, redundant licensing process in each.
Incentives -- Entice candidates to get licensed by offering faster advancement after successful exam completion, along with reimbursement for registration, review courses and study materials, or even pay bonuses for passing the exam to cover some of these costs.
Pursuant to the master license agreement, Y makes payments to X when (1) Y or its subsidiaries reproduce the licensed computer program on computers and other equipment used by Y or its subsidiaries or (2) Y or its subsidiaries reproduce and distribute X's computer program on computers and other equipment manufactured and marketed to customers by Y or its subsidiaries.
"Anyone with permissible purpose can come into the PDB and look for a producer, and can ensure themselves that the producer is licensed and in good standing in their home state," Waggoner said.
Other such unlicensed contractors may be employees of licensed contractors working side jobs and unable to guarantee their work when problems develop.
Halifax -- Half of Nova Scotia's licensed child care centres are operating under conditional licences because they did not pass all the licensing standards of the Department of Community Services for renewing licenses in 2004-2005.
One is called "smart dust," which Crossbow Technology licensed to create a tiny wireless sensoring device that can determine a building's energy efficiency, detect the earthquake response of a retrofitted building and monitor wild fires.
Indeed, life in our licensed culture has begun to feel natural, and it must be said that it's not all bad.
It will introduce a system of personal licensing where a licensee will be able to trade from any licensed premises without having to apply for a new licence if switching from pub to pub.
How frequently are, or should, such rights be assigned (e.g., sold, or licensed exclusively or non-exclusively to third parties)?
All of the more than 100 protocols available under the MCPP can be licensed at a royalty of 5% of the licensed product revenues.
Eventually, though, the Forest, Fish and Game Commission (now the Department of Environmental Conservation) recommended that residents be "taxed" or licensed to hunt as well.
He claims that the board's action is arbitrary and capricious since other North Carolina licensed physicians who have been accused of drunk driving and sexual misconduct have been reprimanded or suspended but still have their licenses.
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