[lahy-suh n-sher, -shoo r]
- the granting of licenses, especially to engage in professional practice.
Origin of licensure
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Examples from the Web for licensure
In addition, foreign films were limited by a system of licensure to a third of the number of domestic films.Propaganda, Protest, and Poisonous Vipers: The Cinema War in Korea
December 30, 2014
Licensure for exotic dancers already exists in other cities, such as Las Vegas.Oregon’s Stripper Lobby: Legislators Ask Exotic Dancers for Help With Strip Club Bill
Mary Emily O’Hara
October 6, 2014
We would sell cheap all our parchments of licensure to preach.Around The Tea-Table
T. De Witt Talmage
A great distress befell him on the day appointed for his licensure.
A very different man was Horace Bushnell, born in the year of Channing's licensure, 1802.Edward Caldwell Moore
He opened up his house for the licensure of Richard Cameron, when such a meeting jeopardized his life, family, and property.
I will vote, then, against your licensure, if you have fallen into this heresy of the land of your nativity.The Iron Furnace
John H. Aughey
Word Origin and History for licensure
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper