Definition of Relicensed

1. Verb. (past of relicense) ¹



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Definition of Relicensed

1. relicense [v] - See also: relicense

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relicensed

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relicensed (current term)
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Literary usage of Relicensed

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1. Testimony Taken Before the Senate Committee on Cities: Pursuant to by New York Legislature. Senate. Committee on Cities (1891)
"A. relicensed on May 4, 1889. Q. By what board ? A. The former board of excise. ... Q. It was relicensed then by the former board ? ..."

2. Drinking and Driving: Research Findings (1990)
"Consideration should be given to requiring evidence of sobriety before repeat offenders or problem drinkers are relicensed. In some European countries, ..."

3. Investigation of the Conduct of the Excise Board of the District of Columbia by United States Congress. Senate. Special committee to investigate conduct of Excise board of the District of Columbia. [from old catalog] (1915)
"I said, "By this law, there are no grounds on which this saloon can be relicensed for wholesale or retail business." That was because I had one of the ..."

4. Electricity Regulation: FERC's Efforts to Monitor and Enforce Hydroelectric by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"For example, during 1993 and 1994, about 153 projects will be licensed or relicensed—a process that specifies the operational and environmental requirements ..."

5. Energy Policies of IEA Countries: 2005 Review by International Energy Agency (2005)
"Most nuclear plants are expected to be relicensed and to operate for a further twenty years, generating 15 000 TWh of electricity, equivalent to meeting ..."

6. A Guide to the Best Historical Novels and Tales: A Study of English Prose by Jonathan Nield, Charlotte Elizabeth Morgan, Harry Levi (1911)
"Part I. Translated by Anthony Munday from the Spanish by Jose Teixeira through the French of an anonymous writer. Part II, 1602*. Both parts were relicensed ..."

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