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holds a license (degree) from a (European) university

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The event was also attended by RCSI president Declan Magee and RCSI Bahrain president Sameer Otoom, who handed the graduates their degrees from RCSI Bahrain and the National University of Ireland (NUI), as well as licentiates from the Royal college of Physicians in Ireland (RCPI) and RCSI.
Benjamin Elman draws from impressive sources such as original documents from as far back as the sixteenth century and famous Chinese books such as the memoir by Shang Yanliu, one of the 1904 licentiates that has rarely been used by English writers.
Date of license, rank in class, and a bibliography of writing by the licentiates are also included.
The Faculty of Occupational Medicine, RCPI has Licentiates, Members and Fellows all around the world which is why the assessments are being held abroad as well as in Dublin.
DISTINCTION: Curtis Fowler, 15, from Barry has become one of the youngest Licentiates of the Royal Photographic Society.
I have found that such elderly appointees tend to be incumbent central officials or Confucian students, especially the licentiates, that is the passers of the entrance examination for the State Confucian Academy.
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