Duly assessed privilege issued in writing (16th century, medieval latin, officialese). Merged with "visament" (Middle High German: needless ornament) to "visepatenten" in mockery of awkward bureaucracy. Today in parts of Germany used as "Fisimatenten" to express empty phrases, nonsense or the like, e.g. in connection with officials.
On today's extraordinary Competitive Council meeting, the EU minsters in charge of the internal market reached an agreement on a general approach for implementing the much-anticipated unitary patent by enhanced cooperation.
Some uctuous words commenting this breakthrough can be fond in the Press Release of the EU Council and the Press Statement of the Hungarian Presidency.
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