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special licence

a licence permitting a marriage to take place by dispensing with the usual legal conditions.
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And any shop that sells sex toys, videos and outfits will need a special licence.
United had already qualified for the European Champions League and Millwall, had to apply for a special licence to compete in Europe as they were not a Premiership club.
Ms Celerier has now received a special licence for the Blagdon Farm Shop so that the abattoir can send them the full carcases.
Dozens of boozers have applied for the special licence which will allow them to open from 3am to show the matches.
HARLOW promoter Toni Nicholls is on collision course with the NGRC after his track plus six others-Henlow, Hull, Kinsley, Mildenhall, Rye House and Stainforth-were ordered by the NGRC to pay disputed special licence fees arising from television coverage on the `Gobarkingmad' digital channel earlier this year.
Landlords wanting to serve alcohol for England games can apply for a special licence from local magistrates.
It is our hope that they will benefit greatly from this special licence program," stated Tage Ramakrishna, M.
They have special licence plates, with the vehicle's make and registration, plus new side panels to ensure customers know they are getting into a legal vehicle.
NO MORE fireworks can be sold after the end of trading today, unless shopkeepers have a special licence, West Midlands Fire Service has warned.
He sometimes suggests a tree is diseased or claims he has a special licence from the commission.
Two pubs nearby in Ewloe have been granted a special licence.
SANTA and his reindeer have been given a special licence to deliver presents to a little boy who lives on a farm.

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