licentiate

[ lahy-sen-shee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF licentiate

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The licentiate Alvares de Caravajal was alcalde mayor from 1554 to 1558.

In the course of the year the licentiate Don Juan Roxer arrived.

They disrobed the licentiate, who remained where he was; and there is an end of the story.

He also passed through all the degrees of licentiate, master, and doctor of arts.

A person of the same name was a Licentiate at St. Andrews in 1501.

The preceding year, Maffitt was listed simply as "licentiate."

From the University he received the title of Licentiate of Law in 1895.

This he did with money he secured from the licentiate Espinosa, a lawyer.

He became a licentiate of the College of Physicians on the 30th of September 1756.

Richer says his name was Roch Richard and that he was licentiate in theology.

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