dispensation


dispensation
I (act of dispensing) noun accommodation, administration, allocation, allotment, appointment, apportionment, assignment, bestowal, bestowment, conferment, conferral, dispersal, dispersion, disposal, disposition, dissemination, distribution, division, fair sharing, impartation, impartment, issuance, partition, presentation, presentment, provision, repartition, share, subvention, transfer II (exception) noun absolution, acquiescence, allowance, amnesty, approval, authorization, carte blanche, certificate of exemption, clearance, conge, consent, deliberate omission, escape-clause, exception, exception in favor of, exclusion, exculpation, excuse, exemption, exemption from law, exoneration, forgiveness, freedom, grace, grant, immunity, indulgence, leave, liberty, license, noninclusion, nonliability, nonresponsibility, omission, pardon, permission, permit, privilege, relaxation of law, release from obligation, sanction, special privilege, sufferance, tolerance, toleration, warrant associated concepts: concession, franchise, special dispensation III index administration, alimony, allotment, appointment (act of designating), appropriation (allotment), assignment (allotment), benefit (conferment), capacity (authority), charter (license), circulation, contribution (donation), discharge (release from obligation), disposition (final arrangement), disposition (transfer of property), distribution (apportionment), donation, excuse, exoneration, franchise (license), gift (present), grant, gratuity (present), impunity, inheritance, leave (permission), legacy, pardon, privilege, quota, ration, release, reprieve, will (testamentary instrument)

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  • Dispensation — • An act whereby in a particular case a lawful superior grants relaxation from an existing law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Dispensation     Dispensation      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • dispensation — ⇒DISPENSATION, subst. fém. Vx et littér. Action, fait de dispenser (cf. ce mot B), de distribuer. Équitable, sage, juste dispensation des grâces, des récompenses; être préposé à la dispensation de certains droits. Synon. distribution,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Dispensation — may refer to: Dispensation (Catholic Church), the suspension, by competent authority, of general rules of law in particular cases in the Catholic Church Dispensation (period), a period in history according to various religions Dispensation… …   Wikipedia

  • dispensation — DISPENSATION. sub. f. Distribution. Sage dispensation. Juste dispensation. Dispensation des grâces …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • dispensation — Dispensation. s. f. v. Distribution. Sage dispensation. juste dispensation. avec la dispensation des graces …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Dispensation — Dis pen*sa tion, n. [F. dispensation, L. dispensatio.] 1. The act of dispensing or dealing out; distribution; often used of the distribution of good and evil by God to man, or more generically, of the acts and modes of his administration. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dispensation — Dispensation, s. v. wie Enthebung, Entbindung von einer gesetzlichen Obliegenheit. Die Dispensation findet in der katholischen Kirche in der Fastenzeit beim Fleischverbote, wie auch im Advente bei Trauungen Statt. Wer sich ohne Aufgebot (s. d.)… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

  • dispensation — [n1] allocation of supply allotment, appointment, apportionment, award, bestowal, conferment, consignment, courtesy, dealing out, disbursement, distribution, dole, endowment, favor, indulgence, kindness, part, portion, quota, service, share;… …   New thesaurus

  • dispensation — late 14c., from O.Fr. despensacion (12c., Mod.Fr. dispensation), or directly from L. dispensationem (nom. dispensatio) management, charge, from pp. stem of dispensare (see DISPENSE (Cf. dispense)). Theological sense is from the use of the word to …   Etymology dictionary

  • Dispensation — (v. lat.), die Anordnung, durch welche die Anwendung einer allgemeineren gesetzlichen Vorschrift für einen bestimmten einzelnen Fall ausgeschlossen wird (Relaxatio legis). Bei der Unmöglichkeit, daß ein Gesetz für alle unter seine Regel fallenden …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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