Franchisement


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Fran´chise`ment


n.1.Release; deliverance; freedom.
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Bad enough that somebody thought so little of their franchisement that they discarded their voting card with the garbage, but they could not even be bothered to dispose of it properly to prevent their vote being stolen.
We trademark the process and make coin on franchisement with minor alterations according to locale.
A lot of cable contracts are coming up for renegotiation now; this means that the cable provisions these cities will have for the next 10 or 15 years will be determined in the current wave of franchisement.