Licensed [adjective]

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Campuswire’s key monetization strategy, which was selling pro licenses for its online class software, felt threatened by alternatives.

If you have a car and a license to drive it, you can sign up as a volunteer and help people on or before election day.

It’s a particularly thorny problem for medical AI, because much of those datasets are under license and sharing can generate privacy concerns.

Some states also prohibit the sale of recreationally-harvested oysters, and fishing licenses can be required.

To that end, real-life archival footage is blended with newly filmed “re-enactments” – and a healthy dose of artistic license – to bring their histories to life.

The federal government plans to auction more mid-band spectrum later this year, which could help AT&T and Verizon catch up if they win licenses up for bid.

It said that Peloton Chief Executive Officer John Foley met with Icon in 2013 in an attempt to use some of its patents and that Icon declined the opportunity to grant him a license.

Google also makes sure that certain businesses carry general liability insurance with variable minimums and it checks to ensure that businesses hold appropriate licenses at the federal, state, and county levels.

It digs into the events surrounding the unprecedented 52 foreign vessels that applied for fishing licenses from the Senegalese government earlier this year, amid lockdown restrictions owing to the coronavirus.

The state began the process of revoking her nursing license.