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Licentiate
Licentiate Li*cen"ti*ate (l[-i]*s[e^]n"sh[i^]*[asl]t or -sh[asl]t; 106), n. [LL. licentiatus, fr. licentiare to allow to do anything, fr. L. licentia license. See License, n.] 1. One who has a license to exercise a profession; as, a licentiate in medicine or theology. The college of physicians, in July, 1687, published an edict, requiring all the fellows, candidates, and licentiates, to give gratuitous advice to the neighboring poor. --Johnson. 2. A friar authorized to receive confessions and grant absolution in all places, independently of the local clergy. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 3. One who acts without restraint, or takes a liberty, as if having a license therefor. [Obs.] --Bp. Hall. 4. On the continent of Europe, a university degree intermediate between that of bachelor and that of doctor.

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- Latin licentia, "freedom" (from Latin licere, "to allow"), which is applied in the phrases licentia docendi meaning permission to teach and licentia ad practicandum...
- historical license, dramatic license, poetic license, narrative license, licentia poetica, creative license, or simply license) is a colloquial term, sometimes...
- mind;[citation needed] failing in this, he issued her a "license for debauchery" (licentia stupri), ascertained the price she intended exacting for her favors, and...
- Catholicism portal University portal Licentiate of Canon Law (Latin: Juris Canonici Licentiatus; JCL) is the title of an advanced graduate degree with...
- the two. The Master of Arts traces its origin to the teaching license or Licentia docendi of the University of Paris. In Germany, the traditional equivalent...
- Latin doctor, "teacher") or doctoral degree (from the ancient formalism licentia docendi) is an academic degree awarded by universities that is, in most...
- though, he said that the origins of the Christian medieval doctorate ("licentia docendi") date to the ijāzah al-tadrīs wa al-iftā' ("license to teach and...
- the bottom that it was signed with papal authorization and by Lilio (Con licentia delli Superiori... et permissu Ant(onii) Lilij). The papal brief was later...
- East and West. Makdisi suggests that the medieval European doctorate, licentia docendi was modeled on the Islamic degree ijazat al-tadris wa-l-ifta’,...
- awarded prior to the doctorates in law at Bologna. Verger, J. (1999). "Licentia". Lexikon des Mittelalters. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler. 5. Verger, J. (1999)...
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