issuance

[ish-oo-uhns]
noun
1.
the act of issuing.

Origin:
1860–65, Americanism; issue + -ance

preissuance, noun
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issuance (ˈɪʃjʊəns)
 
n
the act of issuing

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Example sentences
However, if the issuance of the contract was tantamount to signing it, then the
  signing would be unnecessary.
And that's true in every state with laws requiring the issuance of a license to
  those who meet the requirements.
So this should also be a possible delay in their issuance by the supernova,
  which does not seem credible.
Local government liquidity is also being supplemented by bond issuance.
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