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  • n  holds a license (degree) from a (European) university

  • With a year and a half off to become a licentiate in canon law, he stayed on in Africa for twelve years.
  • William Miller, Baptist licentiate, began to preach in 1831 of the Second Advent of The Christ.
  • After winning his licentiate (graduate degree) in theoretical physics, he worked for a while for the Swedish weather bureau, where he decided "the prospects looked pretty bleak.

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