Accommodations. (a) Lender may, in its sole discretion, issue or cause to be issued, from time to time at Borrower's request and on terms and conditions and for purposes satisfactory to Lender, credit accommodations consisting of letters of credit, bankers' acceptances, merchandise purchase guaranties or other guaranties or indemnities for Borrower's account ("Accommodations"). Borrower shall execute and perform additional agreements relating to the Accommodations in form and substance acceptable to Lender and the issuer of any Accommodations, all of which shall supplement the rights and remedies granted herein. Any payments made by Lender or any affiliate of Lender in connection with the Accommodations shall constitute additional Revolving Loans to Borrower.
Accommodations. When a job is located outside the Greater Vancouver area, the Employer shall provide free room and board or living-out-allowance as provided herein for all employees, except those classified as bona fide local residents. Where there is no camp accommodation, the following shall be provided at the option of the employee:
Accommodations. The University will make a reasonable modification to its policy, practice and procedures to accommodate Tenant, if disabled. Accommodations based on disability may be provided with the recommendation of: • UCSF Student Disability Services (for students), (415) 476-6595, or • Disability and Leave Administration, (for employees), (415) 476-2621.
Accommodations. Any request to limit student use of this device must be submitted in written form to administration. Administration reserves the right to restrict student use of the device for non-compliance with terms of agreement. Objectionable or Harmful Material Prohibited Users are prohibited from viewing, accessing, or downloading material that is unlawful, abusive, objectionable, pornographic, or otherwise prohibited by District policy or applicable laws.
Accommodations. From time to time, due to significant unforeseen circumstances, Prometheus may deliver to GSK a Purchase Order for Product volumes in excess of those specified in any Firm Zone or with Delivery Dates shorter than the periods specified in Section 2.3, accompanied by Prometheus' written request for an accommodation. Within ten (10) Business Days after GSK's receipt of such Purchase Order and Prometheus' written request, GSK shall determine whether using commercially reasonable efforts it can provide Prometheus with such excess Product volumes or the Product within such expedited Delivery Date without incurring incremental costs, but shall not be obligated to accommodate Prometheus if doing so would adversely impact GSK's ability to fulfill its requirements or GSK's commitments to other customers. Within ten (10) Business Days after GSK's receipt of such Purchase Order and Prometheus' written request, (a) if GSK determines it can accommodate Prometheus' request without incurring any additional incremental costs, then it shall accept such Purchase Order; (b) if GSK determines it cannot accommodate Prometheus' request or that accommodating Prometheus' request would adversely impact GSK's ability to fulfill its commitments to other customers, then it shall reject such Purchase Order; and (c) if GSK determines that additional incremental costs (e.g., expedited shipping, special handling, overtime, etc.) or any other requirements would be needed to accommodate Prometheus' request, then GSK shall provide Prometheus with written notification of such incremental costs or other requirements. If GSK provides written notice that additional incremental costs or other requirements are necessary to accommodate Prometheus' request, Prometheus shall, at its option, by written notice to GSK, either: (i) agree to reimburse GSK for such additional incremental costs to be incurred or agree to such other requirements, as applicable (and GSK shall promptly accept such Purchase Order), or (ii) promptly amend its Purchase Order to reduce its order quantity to the forecasted amount or adjust its lead time to the amount specified in Section 2.3, as applicable.