licentiates

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

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The name of Thomas Hay stands first in the list of Licentiates in 1452-3.

The licentiates thus sifted out now offer themselves for final examination before the imperial board at Pekin.

They are chosen from the three degrees of learned men, who may be called the bachelors, licentiates, and doctors.

Daniel Renville, one of our licentiates, had been preaching to the church gathered there.

In this city even books are printed both in the Latin and Spanish languages, and here also licentiates and doctors graduate.

We have heard of licentiates once before—as excluded from University processions.