Definition of Relicensure

1. licensure [n -S] - See also: licensure



Lexicographical Neighbors of Relicensure

reliability coefficient
reliable
reliableness
reliablenesses
reliables
reliably
reliance
reliances
reliant
reliantly
relic
relicense
relicensed
relicenses
relicensing
relicensure (current term)
relicensures
relick
relicks
reliclike
relicly
relics
relict
relicted
reliction
relictions
relicts
relictual
relide
relie

Literary usage of Relicensure

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology by Nist (2005)
"... a portfolio of timely actions designed to ensure continued levels of high availability through the entire 20-year period of relicensure. ..."

2. Minutes of the ... Convention of the United Lutheran Church in America by United Lutheran Church in America (1920)
"... the conduct of the respective licentiate, his progress in theological studies, and the pleasure of the Board concerning his relicensure or ordination. ..."

3. New Jersey Comprehensive Statewide Master Plan for Alcoholism, Tobacco, and by Joseph P. Miele (1998)
"All participants must satisfy IDP/IDRC program requirements as a condition of relicensure. Failure to comply results in indefinite license suspension or ..."

4. Partners in Progress: National Impaired Driving Goals & Strategies for 2005 edited by Ricardo Martinez (1995)
"Entering such programs could help shorten the suspension period or be made a condition of relicensure, but should not result in the DUI arrest not appearing ..."

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