index free (enjoying civil liberty), permissible, privileged

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  • Franchised — Franchise Fran chise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Franchised}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Franchising}.] [Cf. OF. franchir to free, F., to cross.] To make free; to enfranchise; to give liberty to. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • franchised — adj. authorized to market a companies goods or services, owning a franchise fran·chise || fræntʃaɪz n. special privilege granted by a government; license to market a company s goods or services; business which has been granted such a license; …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Franchised Monopoly — Monopoly status given by the government to a company. A franchised monopoly is sheltered from competition by virtue of an exclusive license or patent granted to it by the government. Franchised monopolies are legal. In most nations, franchised… …   Investment dictionary

  • Franchised boutiques —    These stores feature merchandise of a specific designer, for example, Ralph Lauren. Each store is independently owned as opposed to corporate ownership. Designers are provided the opportunity to merchandise their lines cohesively, unlike… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • franchised dealer — An automotive dealer which sells a particular brand, e.g., Anytown Ford is a franchised dealer for Ford cars and is authorized to sell Ford parts as well as provide service for Ford vehicles …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • franchised dealer — A retailer who sells the product or service of a manufacturer or supplier under a franchise agreement which generally protects the territory for the retailer and provides advertising and promotion support to him. See franchise …   Black's law dictionary

  • Howard Johnson's — is a chain of restaurants and hotels, located primarily throughout the United States and Canada. The name is derived from the founder of the original company, Howard Deering Johnson, who started the initial chain of restaurants and motels. Howard …   Wikipedia

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  • History of bus transport in Hong Kong — The history of bus transport in Hong Kong began with the introduction of the first bus routes in Hong Kong in the 1920s.History1920s: The beginningOmnibus Transport in Hong Kong dates from the beginning of the last century. Several operators were …   Wikipedia

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