Access Point Sample Clauses

Access Point. This is the name of the wire- less access point connected to your Galaxy 3 machine.
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Access Point. The access point to the City’s Dedicated Public Use Area shall be from the terminus of Hathaway Street at the Quarry or at such other location as determined by the City at the time that the end use is determined by the City.
Access Point. A common connection point through which multiple wireless devices may connect to each other, to other Access Points, to other wireless or wired devices on a network, or to other networks. An Access Point consists of at least one of each of the following components: (i) antenna, (ii) transceiver, (iii) switching and/or routing device. These Access Point components need not be housed together in a single unit (for example, the antenna may be separate from the electronics).
Access Point. The City and Property Owner agree that full turn movement intersection ingress and egress to and from the Property along X. Xxxxxx Street will be limited to one access point at the quarter mile in the approximate location shown as Palm Canyon Road on Exhibit “C” attached to the Annexation Agreement.
Access Point. Company shall issue to Purchaser, for Purchaser’s and its contractor’s use, “fobs” to access water from Company’s water station(s). Such fobs shall electronically open, close and record Purchaser’s volume purchased. Purchaser shall at all times be liable to Company for the payment of such water taken pursuant to the use of one of Purchaser’s fobs and for the return of such fob, ownership and risk of loss passing to Purchaser at Company’s Meter. Company can deactivate any fob issued to Purchaser upon one (1) business day notice in the event that Purchaser desires to prohibit access to one of its agents, employees or contractors to whom it has issued a fob. Prior to the expiration of one (1) full business day following actual receipt of such termination notice by Company (or the earlier actual deactivation of such fob), Purchaser shall pay for any water invoiced to such fob. Purchaser shall be billed for water at Company’s then current rates or at such rates agreed to in any applicable Purchase Order. Purchaser shall be charged $50.00 for any fob lost or damaged while under Purchaser’s or Purchaser’s contractor’s control and such amount for any fob not returned within thirty (30) days of deactivation or within ten (10) days of termination of this agreement, whichever comes first.
Access Point. The Redevelopment Commission shall install, and maintain at all times, a stop sign on the Redevelopment Commission Parcel at the Access Point directing all vehicles exiting the Redevelopment Commission Parcel to stop and yield to the traffic on the Fishers Village Shoppes Parcel. The exact location and width of the Access Point shall not be changed or modified without the prior written consent of both Parcel owners.
Access Point. A portal by which an Aviation Worker accesses a secured area or sterile area from a public area in a passenger terminal building(s). The following areas are not considered to be Access Points: (1) Access Points limited to exclusive use by Law Enforcement Officers (XXXx), fire department, and/or emergency medical services; (2) vehicle Access Points; (3) outdoor pedestrian Access Points; (4) TSA screening checkpoints, including Known Crewmember (KCM) portals; (5) transition points between the secured area and sterile area; and (6) emergency exit doors.
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Access Point. The City and Property Owner agree that full turn movement intersection ingress and egress to and from the Property along W. Old Xxxxxx Road will be limited to one access point at the quarter mile in the location shown as SW 0xx Xxxxxx on Exhibit “G-1” attached hereto.
Access Point. [Reserved for Further Consideration.] .

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  • Access to Work Locations Reasonable access to employee work locations shall be granted officers of the Association and their officially designated representatives for the purpose of processing grievances or contacting members of the Association concerning business within the scope of representation. Such officers or representatives shall not enter any work location without the consent of the City Manager. Access shall be restricted so as not to interfere with the normal operations of the department or with established safety or security requirements. Solicitation of membership and activities concerned with the internal management of the Association, such as collecting dues, holding membership meetings, campaigning for office, conducting elections and distributing literature, shall not be conducted during working hours.

  • Access Toll Connecting Trunk Group Architecture 9.2.1 If CBB chooses to subtend a Verizon access Tandem, CBB’s NPA/NXX must be assigned by CBB to subtend the same Verizon access Tandem that a Verizon NPA/NXX serving the same Rate Center Area subtends as identified in the LERG.

  • Equipment Cleaning (a) Areas, known by Forest Service prior to timber sale advertisement, that are infested with invasive species of concern are shown on Sale Area Map. A current list of invasive species of concern and a map showing the extent of known infestations is available at the Forest Supervisor’s Office. For purposes of this provision, “Off-Road Equipment” includes all logging and construction machinery, except for log trucks, chip vans, service vehicles, water trucks, pickup trucks, cars, and similar vehicles.

  • Equipment Testing and Inspection 2.1.1 The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its Small Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities prior to interconnection. The Interconnection Customer shall notify the NYISO and the Connecting Transmission Owner of such activities no fewer than five Business Days (or as may be agreed to by the Parties) prior to such testing and inspection. Testing and inspection shall occur on a Business Day. The Connecting Transmission Owner may, at its own expense, send qualified personnel to the Small Generating Facility site to inspect the interconnection and observe the testing. The Interconnection Customer shall provide the NYISO and Connecting Transmission Owner a written test report when such testing and inspection is completed. The Small Generating Facility may not commence parallel operations if the NYISO, in consultation with the Connecting Transmission Owner, finds that the Small Generating Facility has not been installed as agreed upon or may not be operated in a safe and reliable manner.

  • Office Space, Equipment and Facilities Provide such office space, office equipment and office facilities as are adequate to fulfill the Adviser’s obligations hereunder.

  • Equipment Use Lessee agrees that the Equipment will be operated by competent, qualified personnel in connection with Lessee's business for the purpose for which the Equipment was designed and in accordance with applicable operating instructions, laws, and government regulations, and that Lessee shall use all reasonable precautions to prevent loss or damage to the Equipment from fire and other hazards. Lessee shall procure and maintain in effect all orders, licenses, certificates, permits, approvals, and consents required by federal, state, or local laws or by any governmental body, agency, or authority in connection with the delivery, installation, use, and operation of the Equipment.

  • Communications Equipment Members of the board of directors or any committee thereof may participate in and act at any meeting of such board or committee through the use of a conference telephone or other communications equipment by means of which all persons participating in the meeting can hear each other, and participation in the meeting pursuant to this section shall constitute presence in person at the meeting.

  • Network Access TENANT may find it necessary to purchase a network interface card, wireless PC card or other hardware in order to connect to the internet service. LANDLORD is not responsible for the purchase of these items and LANDLORD cannot guarantee compatibility with any device TENANT may have. The computer and network card must have software installed that supports the Internet Protocol commonly referred to as TCP/IP. Any conflicts between the software compatibility of the network and the TENANT’S computer operating system or any other feature will be the responsibility of the TENANT to resolve. LANDLORD will not be responsible for software issues related to the user’s personal computer.

  • WORK ACCESS The Association shall provide a current, written list of its Association Representatives to all heads of departments, offices, or bureaus represented herein and the CAO. The Association shall be responsible for keeping the list current. An Association Representative shall have access to department, office, or bureau facilities where Unit members are employed during regular working hours to assist employees covered under this MOU in addressing grievances when such Association assistance is requested by a grievant(s) or to investigate matters arising out of the application of the provisions of this MOU. The Association Representative shall request authorization for such visits by contacting the designated Management representative of the head of the office, department, or bureau. In the event immediate access cannot be authorized, the designated Management representative shall inform the Association Representative as to the earliest time when access can be granted. This Article shall not be construed as a limitation on the power of the head of a department, office, or bureau to restrict access to areas designated for security or confidential purposes.

  • Access to Project Site Redeveloper shall permit the representatives of the City to enter Project Site at any and all reasonable times, as the City may deem necessary for the purposes of this Redevelopment Agreement, including but not limited to work and inspection of all work being performed in connection with the construction of the Redeveloper Improvements. Similarly, the City shall permit Redeveloper such entry upon the public rights of way for such purposes. No compensation shall be payable nor shall any charges be made in any form by any party for the access or inspection provided for in this Section. The City’s right of access granted under this Section shall terminate upon issuance by the City of the Redeveloper’s Certificate of Completion of Redeveloper Improvements. Notwithstanding the above, Redeveloper shall not be relieved of the provisions contained in Chapter 14.29 of the Lincoln Municipal Code regarding the use of streets for private construction purposes.

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