licensing laws


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licensing laws

[laɪsnsɪŋlɔːz] n (Brit) → leggi fpl che regolamentano la vendita di alcolici
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He held the licensing law in contempt, and to show his contempt he published Areopagitica without a license and without giving the printer's or bookseller's name.
A spokeswoman for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport said the current licensing laws had been in place since the end of the First World War and needed a radical overhaul.
He further added that heavy drinking was prolific amongst workers, with some people consuming over 20 pints in a day, and that the government of the time introduced the licensing laws to help curb excessive drinking.
Residents and businesses in Caerphilly are being given the chance to have their say on new licensing laws which will change the way alcohol, entertainment, late-night food and event licences are issued.
Imminent changes to licensing laws offer a great opportunity to boost the town's prosperity, according to Mayor Ray Mallon.
The report, "Graduated Driver Licensing and Drinking among Young Drivers," released today by SAMHSA, shows that while six percent of young drivers nationally were heavy drinkers, young drivers in states with the most restrictive graduated licensing laws had lower rates (5.
MSPs will debate licensing laws for the first time since changes were recommended by sheriff principal Gordon Nicholson.
PRESENTATIONS on new licensing laws will feature as part of a public meeting in Atherstone.
Radical reforms of licensing laws which could see pubs open 24 hours a day, seven days a week were yesterday welcomed by senior police officers and industry chiefs.
Under the law, if at least 29 states don't pass uniform or reciprocal licensing laws, the federal government would form the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers.
IS there anything more crazy than the current licensing laws in this country?
Retailing of alcohol remains dominated by pubs, which are experiencing a traumatic period in the early 2000s, with new licensing laws, action against public drunkenness and, in the near future, a ban on smoking that will drive away some drinkers.