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  • 1license to print money — A license to print money is something that generates a large income without much effort …

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  • 2license to print money — a very lucrative commercial activity, typically one perceived as requiring little effort …

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  • 3a license to print money — sometimes disapproving : a way of making a large amount of money very easily He says that if the new law is passed it will give these companies a license to print money. • • • Main Entry: ↑license a license to print money see ↑license, 1 • • •… …

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  • 4license — li|cense1 [ laısns ] noun *** 1. ) count an official document that gives someone permission to do or use something: a driver s license a restaurant that has no liquor license She was arrested for practicing medicine without a license. lose your… …

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  • 5print — Used in the context of general equities. As a verb execute a trade, evidenced by its printing on the ticker tape. As a noun, a trade. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. print print 1 [prɪnt] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] to produce… …

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  • 6GNU General Public License — infobox software license name = GNU General Public License caption = The GNU logo author = Free Software Foundation version = 3 copyright = Free Software Foundation, Inc. date = 29 June 2007 OSI approved = Yes Debian approved = Yes Free Software …

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  • 7Time for print — Time for Prints or Trade for Prints is a term used in many online photography communities describing an arrangement between a model and a photographer. It is often abbreviated TFP. Instead of paying for each other s services, the photographer… …

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  • 8Out of print — refers to an item, typically a book (see: Out of print books), but can include any print or visual media or sound recording, that is in the state of no longer being published. The abbreviation OOP (also OP) is a more general term that encompasses …

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  • 9List of works available under a Creative Commons License — Projects and works using Creative Commons licensesSeveral million pages of web content use Creative Commons licenses. Examples include: * Opsound * The fiction of Cory Doctorow * Lawrence Lessig s 2004 book, Free Culture (the first CC licensed… …

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  • 10Letter of license — Letter Let ter, n. [OE. lettre, F. lettre, OF. letre, fr. L. littera, litera, a letter; pl., an epistle, a writing, literature, fr. linere, litum, to besmear, to spread or rub over; because one of the earliest modes of writing was by graving the… …

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  • 11PRINTING, HEBREW — pre modern period The first mention of Jews in connection with printing is found in Avignon c. 1444 (before Gutenberg) when a Jew, Davin de Caderousse, studied the new craft. The first Hebrew books were printed at least within 35 years after the… …

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  • 12imprimatur — index charter (license), leave (permission), license Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13Scientific journal — For a broader class of publications, which include scientific journals, see Academic journal. In academic publishing, a scientific journal is a periodical publication intended to further the progress of science, usually by reporting new research …

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  • 14Topps — For the meat company, see Topps Meat Company. The Topps Company, Inc. is a company based in New York City that manufactures candy and collectibles. It is best known as a leading producer of baseball cards, football cards, basketball cards, hockey …

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  • 15Copyright law of Canada — Intellectual property law Primary rights Copyright · authors rights  …

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  • 16BERLIN — BERLIN, largest city and capital of Germany. The Old Community (1295–1573) Jews are first mentioned in a letter from the Berlin local council of Oct. 28, 1295, forbidding wool merchants to supply Jews with wool yarn. Suzerainty over the Jews… …

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  • 17Lungbarrow — Doctorwhobook title=Lungbarrow series=Virgin New Adventures number=60 featuring=Seventh Doctor Chris, Romana, Ace, Leela, K 9 writer=Marc Platt publisher=Virgin Books isbn=ISBN 0 426 20502 2 set between=The Room with No Doors and the television… …

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  • 182005 in comics — EventsApril*April 13: **DC Comics announces the discontinuation of its Humanoids and 2000 A.D. titles. **Powerade and DC Comics show the first of four new online comics (at http://www.flava23.com) starring LeBron James as superhero King James .… …

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  • 19Tallis, Thomas — born с 1505 died Nov. 23, 1585, Greenwich, London, Eng. British composer. An organist at abbeys and churches from 1532, by 1543 he was a gentleman of the Chapel Royal, as both organist and composer. Though a Catholic, he was one of the first to… …

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  • 20Germany — /jerr meuh nee/, n. a republic in central Europe: after World War II divided into four zones, British, French, U.S., and Soviet, and in 1949 into East Germany and West Germany; East and West Germany were reunited in 1990. 84,068,216; 137,852 sq.… …

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