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permission

Clinical trials Agreement of parent(s) or guardian to the participation of a child or ward in research Medical communication A formal writ from an author and/or publisher allowing re-use of previously published information
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Give me leave, senora, to obtain the permission I speak of," returned Don Quixote; "and if I get it, it will matter very little if he is in the other world; for I will rescue him thence in spite of all the same world can do; or at any rate I will give you such a revenge over those who shall have sent him there that you will be more than moderately satisfied;" and without saying anything more he went and knelt before Dorothea, requesting her Highness in knightly and errant phrase to be pleased to grant him permission to aid and succour the castellan of that castle, who now stood in grievous jeopardy.
At the review next day the Emperor asked Prince Andrew where he would like to serve, and Prince Andrew lost his standing in court circles forever by not asking to remain attached to the sovereign's person, but for permission to serve in the army.
That evening the girl asked permission to go on deck.
After having granted this permission, the Prince proceeded on his way over the green amidst the most enthusiastic acclamations.
To-morrow, with your kind permission, we will finally settle the adjourned question of the caricature.
Having admitted this, may I count on receiving your permission to explain the motive of my visit?
With your permission, lieutenant, where are we now?
The boxes were very high, and the children knew that they must not creep over them; so they often obtained permission to get out of the windows to each other, and to sit on their little stools among the roses, where they could play delight fully.
They telegraphed to London and got permission to bring us to Yarmouth.
To the astonishment of the commission, he announced that he should ask permission to go himself to investigate the question on the spot.
Poor little Rosa put a forefinger into each of her ears when these rumours began to circulate, and retired into a corner, beseeching not to be told any more; but Miss Landless, begging permission of Miss Twinkleton to go and speak with her brother, and pretty plainly showing that she would take it if it were not given, struck out the more definite course of going to Mr.
She then related that, by the permission of Elizabeth, she had passed the evening of the night on which the murder had been committed at the house of an aunt at Chene, a village situated at about a league from Geneva.