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licensee

n. a person given a license by government or under private agreement. (See: license, licensor)

licensee

noun appointee, assignee, assignee in fact, consignee, donee, nominee, selectee, transferee
See also: delegate, nominee, transferee

LICENSEE. One to whom a license has been given. 1 M. Q. & S. 699 n.

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However, ITFS licensees are beginning to use their spectrum to deploy high-speed wireless broadband networks and data services to education and community institutions, homes, and small businesses.
Depending on the functions they wish to enable, licensees can elect to license some or all of the protocols supported in Windows 2000 Professional and later client operating systems.
The Texas state board enacted a rule effective September 1, 2003, that will require licensees to undergo an enriched ethics training program covering the board's rules pertaining to professional conduct and other matters, as well as instruction on ethical reasoning for licensees in both public and private practice.
In the case of multiple transmitter environments, these licensees or applicants (regardless of the fact that their own antenna might otherwise individually be categorically excluded or compliant) may be required to assist in bringing the entire site into compliance.
He does say CPI is "very selective" in its choice of licensees.
Following the first round of renewals, licensees will be placed on a staggered schedule for renewal every five years.
Licensees with questions or concerns are always encouraged to contact the TA directly via email at comments@800TA.
Promotion of equality among licensees by ensuring that all who wish to use the CPA or PA tide are licensed and subject to state board regulations regardless of their field of employment.
These criteria will help licensees and regulators know when a casino's financial condition is deteriorating and will help identify what licensees need to do to meet the commission's definition of financial stability.
Within Wave 4 there are a number of licensees who have 800 MHz licenses with frequencies located in or near the international border areas defined by the FCC, which are subject to special frequency plans negotiated by the United States with the Governments of Mexico and Canada.
The purpose of having an RFPF deadline at the start of the voluntary negotiation period is to encourage licensees to complete their RFPFs prior to the start of the 6-month negotiation period, allowing the parties to take full advantage of both the voluntary and mandatory negotiation periods.
Now that this financing is completed, this also provides us with the opportunity to give our shareholders an update on the progress and activities of Research Frontiers and our licensees.