Absorption Sample Clauses

Absorption. Any National Wage and/or Living Wage adjustment occurring during the term of this Agreement will not be applied to rates of pay applying under this Agreement.
Absorption. In keeping with the principles of equity, employees who are paid above the pay rates specified in schedule B may not receive an across the board fixed pay increase until their pay falls within the maximum of the pay range relevant to their position.
Absorption. Gas absorption, or wet scrubbing, processes remove volatile chemicals from a gas stream by transferring them to a liquid (i.e., solvent). Removal of the chemical vapors occur by absorption into a liquid or by reaction with a liquid sorbent or slurry. The liquid most commonly used in wet scrubbing is water, which effectively treats only water-soluble compounds such as low molecular weight alcohols. Other solvents such as acids are used to react with inorganic vapors in the waste stream. Solvents, such as nitric or phosphoric acid, are used to react with various inorganic compounds such as ammonia, amines, and nitrous oxides. Wet gas scrubbing as a vapor control technique is much more commonly employed for inorganic vapors (e.g., hydrogen sulfide, chlorides) than for organic vapors. (Xxxxxxx, 2002), (U.S. EPA, CTC, May 1995) A properly designed gas absorber provides thorough contact between the gas and solvent to facilitate diffusion of the volatile chemicals. The rate of mass transfer between the gas stream and the solvent largely depends on the surface area exposed and the time of contact. Contact between the absorbing liquid and the vent gas is accomplished in counter current spray towers, scrubbers, or packed or plate columns to provide enhanced liquid-vapor contact area necessary to facilitate mass transfer. Packed bed packing material improves vapor-liquid contact while spray scrubbers are designed with nozzles to atomize the liquid solvent to provide large surface area for the liquid-vapor contact. (Xxxx, 2000) Other factors governing the absorption rate that do not depend on the equipment include the solubility of the gas in a particular solvent and the degree of chemical reaction between the constituents. The vendors that recommended scrubbing control technologies for abatement of the Hanford Tank Farm off-gas used both spray or packed bed scrubbers in their recommended approaches. (U.S. EPA, Office of Air Planning and Standards, Jan 2002) Use of absorption as the primary control technique for VOCs is limited by several factors. First, the compounds must be soluble in the scrubbing solvent. Availability of vapor-liquid equilibrium data for the specific compounds and the solvent system is necessary for design of the system; however, data is not readily available for uncommon organic compounds. (Xxxxxxx, 2002) Another consideration in the application of absorption is treatment or disposal of the liquid scrubbing wastewater. This wastewater must be tre...
Absorption. The rate of systemic absorption of bupivacaine is dependent upon the total dose of drug administered, the route of administration, and the vascularity of the administration site. Pharmacokinetic parameters of EXPAREL after local administration were evaluated following surgical procedures. Descriptive statistics of pharmacokinetic parameters of representative EXPAREL doses in each study are provided in Table 2. Table 2: Summary of Pharmacokinetic Parameters for Bupivacaine after Administration of Single Doses of EXPAREL Surgical Site Administration Bunionectomy 106 mg (8 mL) Hemorrhoidectomy 266 mg (20 mL) (N=26) (N=25) Cmax (ng/mL) 166 (92.7) 867 (353) Tmax (h) 2 (0.5-24) 0.5 (0.25-36) AUC(0-t) (h×ng/mL) 5864 (2038) 16,867 (7868) AUC(inf) (h×ng/mL) 7105 (2283) 18,289 (7569) t½ (h) 34 (17) 24 (39) Note: Arithmetic mean (standard deviation) except Tmax where it is median (range).
Absorption. (a) For each of its assigned areas of responsibility, RDOEC will maintain, on a monthly basis, a rolling 12-month product support absorption percentage at a level greater than the level corresponding to the 50th percentile of all of JDIEC's U.S. dealers. Product support absorption percentage will be determined based upon the criteria and methodology then in use by JDIEC and evaluated monthly as information becomes available. The areas of responsibility assigned to RDOEC will be excluded from the calculations for the purpose of determining the 50th percentile of JDIEC's U.S. dealers.

Related to Absorption

  • Unbundled Channelization (Multiplexing) 5.7.1 To the extent NewPhone is purchasing DS1 or DS3 or STS-1 Dedicated Transport pursuant to this Agreement, Unbundled Channelization (UC) provides the optional multiplexing capability that will allow a DS1 (1.544 Mbps) or DS3 (44.736 Mbps) or STS-1 (51.84 Mbps) Network Elements to be multiplexed or channelized at a BellSouth central office. Channelization can be accomplished through the use of a multiplexer or a digital cross-connect system at the discretion of BellSouth. Once UC has been installed, NewPhone may request channel activation on a channelized facility and BellSouth shall connect the requested facilities via COCIs. The COCI must be compatible with the lower capacity facility and ordered with the lower capacity facility. This service is available as defined in NECA 4.

  • Anti-dumping 1. A Party shall not apply anti-dumping measures as provided for under Article VI of the GATT 1994 and the WTO Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 in relation to products originating in another Party.

  • Retrenchment At any time during an individual’s service, the individual may be subject to retrenchment in accordance with the provisions of Article 22 of the Agreement. In such cases, the notice provisions and all other terms of that article shall apply, anything above to the contrary notwithstanding.

  • Appearance as a Witness Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article V, the Company may pay or reimburse expenses incurred by a Covered Person in connection with his or her appearance as a witness or other participation in a Proceeding at a time when such Covered Person is not a named defendant or respondent in the Proceeding.

  • Dumping If a Party to this Agreement finds that dumping is taking place in trade with the other Party, within the meaning of Article VI of the GATT, it may take appropriate measures against this practice in accordance with the Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 and with its relevant internal legislation, under the conditions and in accordance with the procedures laid down in Article 18.

  • Stability Trubion or its designee shall be responsible for conducting all necessary stability testing to comply with cGMP and other applicable regulatory guidelines. Such stability testing shall include testing to validate the lead times for shipment, the shelf life of Bulk Drug, and the Bulk Drug Specifications applicable to shipment, storage and handling of Bulk Drug. Lonza shall prepare all stability samples, and shall sublot stability samples and package and ship stability samples to Trubion, all in accordance with timelines, protocols and procedures agreed upon by Lonza and Trubion and as set forth in the Quality Agreement.

  • Disposal The Recipient will not, without the Province’s prior written consent, sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of any asset purchased or created with the Funds or for which Funds were provided, the cost of which exceeded the amount as provided for in Schedule “B” at the time of purchase.

  • Bulk Migration 2.1.11.1 BellSouth will make available to NewPhone a Bulk Migration process pursuant to which NewPhone may request to migrate port/loop combinations, provisioned pursuant to a separate agreement between the parties, to Loops (UNE-L). The Bulk Migration process may be used if such loop/port combinations are (1) associated with two (2) or more Existing Account Telephone Numbers (EATNs); and (2) located in the same Central Office. The terms and conditions for use of the Bulk Migration process are described in the BellSouth CLEC Information Package. The CLEC Information Package is located on BellSouth’s Interconnection Web site: xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/xxxxxx/xxxx/xxxx.xxxx. The rates for the Bulk Migration process shall be the nonrecurring rates associated with the Loop type being requested on the Bulk Migration, as set forth in Exhibit A. Additionally, OSS charges will also apply. Loops connected to Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC) systems will be migrated pursuant to Section 2.6 below.

  • Adjunct Faculty The College acknowledges that a reasonable effort shall be made to assign adjunct faculty who are fully qualified by virtue of their academic credentials, training, classroom evaluations, recent experience, current discipline-related technology, pedagogical techniques in the classroom and date of hire as defined in Article 4.10. First, the College will make a reasonable effort to assign adjunct faculty covered by this Agreement at least three (3) credit hours of contingent assignments that will most likely run during each fall and spring semester of an academic year before providing a contingent assignment to non-unit adjunct faculty. Second, the College will make a reasonable effort to assign Level II adjunct faculty covered by this Agreement, who indicate availability, a minimum of nine (9) contact hours of contingent assignments that will most likely run during each fall and spring semester of an academic year before providing a contingent assignment to non-unit adjunct faculty. Third, the College will make a reasonable effort to offer adjunct faculty, covered by this Agreement, who are considered to be excellent faculty and who indicate availability for more than three (3) contact hours at least six (6) contact hours within the remaining staffing needs of the College. At the sole discretion of the xxxx, an adjunct faculty member may be deemed “not excellent”. In such cases, the xxxx must provide in writing to the adjunct faculty member the reason for “not excellent” status along with recommendations for improvement to the adjunct faculty member nine (9) weeks prior to the start of the next academic semester. The College will put forth a reasonable effort to notify an adjunct faculty member of their contingent work assignment for the next regular semester six (6) weeks before the start of that semester. To demonstrate a reasonable effort, the College will contact adjunct faculty via phone and/or the College email system.

  • Migration MCK shall provide all requisite assistance as is reasonably requested by NewCo in order to migrate the Services from MCK’s personnel, facilities and environment to NewCo’s (or its designee’s) personnel, facilities and environment, provided, that, other than as expressly set forth in the Service Schedule, NewCo shall be responsible for all third-party costs incurred by MCK and its Affiliates to migrate such Services and, provided further, that, NewCo shall be responsible for all costs associated with operational decisions made by NewCo for its set-up costs and costs to procure items (e.g., selection of Customer Relationship Management software). For the avoidance of doubt, NewCo will be responsible for migration to any new NewCo Data Center, including design, implementation and testing. MCK will provide reasonable support in such efforts. MCK will provide to NewCo an electronic copy in the then-current format of all data that is owned by NewCo (a) a written description of processes and procedures used by MCK in connection with the provision of Services to the Core MTS Business to the extent such descriptions exist, (b) a written description of all system documentation, architecture diagrams and business process diagrams for the systems, processes and controls used in the Core MTS Business to the extent such descriptions exist and (c) written training and onboarding materials used in the Core MTS Business to the extent such materials exist. In addition, MCK will, upon NewCo’s reasonable request, make available knowledgeable MCK personnel for knowledge transfer and discussion at a mutually agreed upon time with respect to the Services and the processes, procedures and systems used in the provision of the Services. The parties will meet in person to establish, within two (2) weeks following the Closing Date, a planning process for the migration of the Services from MCK’s personnel, facilities and environment to NewCo’s (or its designee’s) personnel, facilities and environment. During such meetings, the parties will identify workstreams and workstream leaders, staff project teams for each workstream, identify roles and responsibilities for project team members and create a project charter that will serve collectively as the basis for developing more detailed timelines and specific deliverables for each of the workstreams. At a minimum, there will be a workstream for each functional area that is the subject of Schedules. Each workstream will report to the Project Managers. The parties will meet (in person or by telephone) as often as is reasonably necessary to develop such detailed timelines and specific deliverables for each workstream.