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premise

[prem′is]
Etymology: L, prae + mittere, to send
a proposition that is presented as the basis of an argument and is usually established beforehand.

premise

(prem'is)
A proposition or starting point that is accepted as true or that is agreed to be true. See: assumption
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eTIPS On Premise -- Vermont is customized to deliver information on the laws and regulations unique to Vermont.
Ordinarily, officers cannot enter premises without a warrant unless they have consent or there is an emergency.
The availability of our professional, standards-based automation software reiterates Premise Systems commitment to innovating the new generation of device networking software products.
The final component is the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), which connects the user's information appliance--a telephone, computer, set-top box, etc.
With 85 years of experience, Premise Health manages more than 500 worksite health and wellness centers for more than 200 of the nation's leading employers.
To appraise the hypothetical hotel property under any other premise would unfairly disadvantage the property owner economically and benefit the taker because the taker could restore the hotel to operation and profit from it without having paid the appropriate amount for it.
This provides the same cloud services for physical or virtual machines that are offered from the Autonomic Resources off premise data centers.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person owning or residing or carrying on business in premises in the vicinity of the premises for which the licence is sought who intends to object to this application must in accordance with paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Order, serve notice of his intention to object upon the applicant (at its solicitors office if required) and the Chief Clerk not less than one week before the hereinbefore mentioned commencement date of the opening of the court sitting.
There were half a dozen people inside the premises and there was a strong smell of cannabis and evidence of drug use.
The police had held meetings with the premises licence holder to address problems at the premises.
This creates a major financial incentive for the individuals controlling the tenant to act as "good guys," and vacate the premises in the event of a default.
After wages, your premises are likely to be the second largest cost to your business.