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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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And they feared that commercial entities would insist on owning the frequencies outright, rather than leasing capacity from educational licensees.
Microsoft has already voluntarily granted usage rights to a number of licensees under the MCPP that exceed the requirements of the final judgment, and Microsoft encourages other developers who may be interested in licensing the company's protocol technology to discuss their technical requirements with Microsoft's protocol licensing team.
To make its enforcement efforts more timely, Arizona's state board was preparing a rule that would require licensees to indicate on their biennial registration forms whether a regulatory body is investigating them.
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.
Hawley says each licensee has different requirements for material handling, storage and drying, and systems are tailored accordingly.
Response to the marketplace by removing barriers that unnecessarily impede licensees and their firms from competing effectively to provide a broad range of professional services.
The nonlicensee owner must have earned a bachelor's degree if that is required of a licensee.
Licensees in Wave 4, Stage 2 that received an FPR from the TA prior to December 18, 2006 and who require funding for planning activities must submit an RFPF, together with supporting documentation, to the TA by February 1, 2007.
The Change Notice Process Fact Sheet provides structure and guidance to licensees regarding the Change Notice process.
The TA encourages all licensees to prepare for the mediation process by familiarizing themselves with available guidance, collecting supporting information for costs and other requirements, and promptly responding to phone calls received from TA mediators.
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.