Imprimatur

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A Latin phrase meaning let it be printed.

The license for publication granted by an ecclesiastical or secular authority, usually printed at the beginning of a book, indicating the name of the licenser and the date the license was granted. Common in books printed during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, imprimatur is still used in doctrinal works of the Roman Catholic faith to indicate official approval.

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