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special licence

n
(Law) Brit a licence permitting a marriage to take place by dispensing with the usual legal conditions
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special licence

n (Brit) → (Ehe)dispens f (des Erzbischofs von Canterbury)
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I am no great clerk at those matters but I murmured vaguely an allusion to special licences.
The animal was killed in the close season - a time of year when hunting is unauthorised except with a special licence.
There will be no special licence plate numbers for female-driven cars, it said.
SuperSport holds a special licence to distribute the Content and the Programmes regarding all Club Football played in Kenya and Uganda, within the licenced area of Sub-Saharan Africa and the Islands adjacent.
The almshouses have a private chapel and every wedding there needs a special licence from the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
STREET party-goers celebrating the Royal Wedding will be able to enjoy music without a special licence as they toast the happy couple on their big day.
As for white van men, they must have a special licence to drive any way they like.
SEX shop owners should be forced to apply for a special licence, Labour said yesterday.
Welsh club Afan Lido are aiming to follow Millwall's lead with a special licence to play in Europe.
There should be a special licence for all old age pensioners who are still fit to drive, free of charge on our roads.
And because the Blagdon Farm Shop only sells meat from traditional British breeds, such as Belted Galloways, Red Polls and Welsh Blacks, that require longer to reach maturity, they suddenly discovered they could no longer cut up the whole carcases at their butcher's shop without a special licence.
The application for a special licence to run the fund-raiser was made by the party's Dail leader, Caoimhghin O Caolain.

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