Access Point Sample Clauses

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. 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”.
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. [Reserved for Further Consideration.] .
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.

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  • Number Resources, Rate Center Areas and Routing Points 13.1 Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit or otherwise adversely affect in any manner either Party’s right to employ or to request and be assigned any Central Office Codes (“NXX”) pursuant to the Central Office Code Assignment Guidelines and any relevant FCC or Commission orders, as may be amended from time to time, or to establish, by Tariff or otherwise, Rate Center Areas and Routing Points corresponding to such NXX codes.

  • Contact Points 1. Each Party shall designate a contact point to facilitate communications between the Parties on any matter covered by this Agreement. 2. Upon request of the other Party, the contact point shall identify the office or official responsible for the matter and assist, as necessary, in facilitating communication with the requesting Party. Contact points shall work jointly to develop agendas and make other preparations for the Free Trade Commission meetings and follow-up on the Free Trade Commission's decisions as appropriate; provide administrative support to the Panels established under Chapter 15 (Dispute Settlement) and address any other matter entrusted by the Free Trade Commission.

  • 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.

  • 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 The Licensed Materials will be stored at one or more Publisher´s locations in digital form accessible by telecommunication links between such locations and authorized locations of Licensee and Participating institutions.

  • Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities The Interconnection Customer shall design, procure, construct, install, own and/or control the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities described in Appendix A at its sole expense.

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