Definition of Licitly. Meaning of Licitly. Synonyms of Licitly

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Definition of Licitly

Licitly
Licit Lic"it (l[i^]s"[i^]t), a. [L. licitus permitted, lawful, from licere: cf. F. licite. See License.] Lawful. ``Licit establishments.' --Carlyle. -- Lic"it*ly, adv. -- Lic"it*ness, n.

Meaning of Licitly from wikipedia

- Licit and Illicit Drugs is a 1972 book on recreational drug use by medical writer Edward M. Brecher and the editors of Consumer Reports. The book describes...
- both the Latin Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches govern who may licitly celebrate certain sacraments, as well as strict rules about who may receive...
- baptism is always valid but licit only in an emergency situation. A bishop is the ordinary minister of confirmation and he may licitly administer it to his own...
- obstacle that prevents a sacrament from being performed validly and/or licitly. The term is used most frequently in relationship to the sacraments of...
- Gregorian calendar today. But, there are divergent views on whether it is licit to do so. A majority of theologians oppose the use of calculations (beyond...
- ISBN 978-1-58799-088-5. GMD MS Spectrum The Consumers Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs, Caffeine-Part 1 Part 2 Caffeine: ChemSub Online Caffeine...
- messages anonymously, and is used by a wide variety of people for both licit and illicit purposes. Tor has, for example, been used by criminal enterprises...
- been suggested that the presence of monoecy can be used to differentiate licit crops of monoecious hemp from illicit drug crops. However, sativa strains...
- Retrieved 20 October 2010. Breecher, Edward. "The Consumers Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs". Archived from the original on 8 February 2007. The "heroin...
- supernatural powers through their aid. Al-Ṭabasī distinguished between licit and illicit magic, the later founded on disbelief, while the first on purity...
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