Definitions for "Franchise"
Exemption from constraint or oppression; freedom; liberty.
The district or jurisdiction to which a particular privilege extends; the limits of an immunity; hence, an asylum or sanctuary.
To make free; to enfranchise; to give liberty to.
a great option if you are more of a manager than an entrepreneur because you just follow the training provided by the franchisor and will likely end up with a profitable business
a halfway house between being an employee and being a full-fledged pioneer entrepreneur," he said
a legal agreement between the owner of a name, product, or management approach and an entrepreneur who buys the right to use that product
A relief to insurers (or reinsurers) of each and every loss that does not exceed a specified amount. A "franchise deductible" will require the reinsured to retain the whole of the loss if the loss does not exceed an agreed amount but in the event that the agreed amount is exceeded the whole of the loss will be payable by the reinsured.
If a policy features a franchise expressed in money terms, there is no payment by the insurer if the total claim is below the franchise figure. If it is above the franchise figure, the agreed claim is then paid in full. Time franchises may also be used particularly for machinery breakdown covers.
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a intriguing industry and studying more about it is extremely advantageous
a stirring industry and learning more about it is very remunerative
a stirring industry and studying more about it is quite valuable
a foul idea for city - The last thing Pittsburgh needs is another pro sports team, least of all a pro basketball team
an arrangement established
an Olympic boxing team, doing their very best to advance through the rankings to become world champs
Franchise is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It first appeared in the August 1955 issue of the magazine If: Worlds of Science Fiction, and was reprinted in the collections Earth Is Room Enough (1957) and Robot Dreams (1986). It is one of a loosely connected series of such stories concerning a fictional computer called Multivac.
This term is used to describe the "dramatic setting" of a dramatic series, such as the Golden Girls' ranch house, Archie Bunker's brownstone, the emergency room in "ER," the radio station in "Northern Exposure." "Franchise" also means the protagonist's unique skill or character that allows him or her to intrude into the lives of others.
Magnanimity; generosity; liberality; frankness; nobility.
an entity where you pay a certain amount of money to have YOUR OWN Starbucks, McDonalds or Subway
Period of time within which a TOC is allowed to operate the services on a set of specific routes
buying territory and paying fees to a parent stamping company for the benefit of their expertise, technology, advertising and name recognition, but it shortens the learning curve.
The service territory within which the Natural Gas utilities have been permitted to operate.
a new show with the same or only slightly amended premise, but with an vastly different cast and/or perhaps a different location
Keywords:  spriggan, media, series, appeared, list
The list is the following media that has appeared in the Spriggan series.
a long-term investment
a major investment
an investment opportunity that can pay off handsomely
a format, product, or system developed by the franchisor
a stimulating field and studying more about it can prove to be quite productive
a system that already has in place a branded name, a set of guidelines for how everything is to be managed, and a number of products
an excellent choice for people that see a concept, love
a huge commitment, so the couple started looking for help
a substantial commitment often involving people mortgaging their homes and putting everything they own on the line
Keywords:  borne, assured, damage, case, amount
Amount which in case of damage will have to be borne by the assured.
Keywords:  lifetime, getting, search, off
a lifetime of in search of that getting off
Keywords:  seat, see
See Seat (Franchise).
Keywords:  continuing, relationship
a continuing relationship in which
Keywords:  member
a member of