Granted

  • (adj): Acknowledged as a supposition.
    Synonyms: given
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on granted:

Haal - Ḥāl in Sufism
... from God, there is nothing on the part of human beings that can be done to ensure that they are granted, for man is merely the receiver ... occasionally experience states that have been granted by God ... For him, once a state has been granted by God, man maintains that state, or condition, until he has been given a new state that is spiritually higher than the previous ...
Kington Castle - Welsh Marches Border Castle
... Around the end of the 11th century William Rufus granted the estates in and around Kington to Adam Port and it is likely that he built the first castle here ... Sheriff of Herefordshire and in 1201 King John granted the castle and barony to him as his favourite Marcher Baron ... arose and the castle returned to the crown again, later to be granted to King John's supporter Roger Clifford in 1213 ...
Falkenberg Railway - History
... Concession for the stretch between Falkenberg and Fridhemsberg was granted 8 July 1892 ... company for a stretch between Varberg to Månsarp had also been granted ... It was granted in 17 May 1895 ...
Royal Heraldry Society Of Canada - Certifications and Awards
... distinctions to those who qualify Fellow (FRHSC), granted to active members who have made significant contributions to heraldry and to the Society ... Honorary Fellow (FRHSC (Hon.)), granted to both members and non-members who have contributed to the understanding of heraldry in Canada and/or assisted the Society ... Licentiate (LRHSC), granted to those who have completed the Society's Level III Heraldic Proficiency Course ...
Royal College
... Permission is usually granted through a Royal Charter.The charter normally confers a constitution with perpetual succession and the right to sue or be sued independently of the members ... the distinction of a Royal Charter means that such charters are still sought by and granted to institutions considered to be in the public interest, typically ... Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, and they are frequently granted statutory licensing, regulatory and disciplinary powers over their own members and even others ...

More definitions of "granted":

  • (adj): Given as a grant.
    Example: "The special funds granted for his research project"

Famous quotes containing the word granted:

    In the case of a deliberate, palpable, and dangerous exercise of ... powers not granted by the compact, the States ... are in duty bound to interpose for arresting the progress of the evil, and for maintaining within their respective limits the authorities, rights, and liberties appertaining to them.
    James Madison (1751–1836)