Adhesion Sample Clauses

Adhesion. In the event the Third Party Purchaser acquires all the Offered Company Securities owned by a Stockholder, in order for said Transfer to be effective, simultaneously to the date on which the Transfer shall become effective, the Third Party Purchaser (a) shall have agreed in writing to be bound by the terms of this Agreement by executing a joinder agreement in the form of Exhibit C attached hereto; and (b) the Transfer shall be in compliance with the Securities Act, any other applicable securities or “blue skylaws and any other restrictions on Transfer contained in this Agreement. Third Party Purchaser shall also provide the Company any such other information reasonably requested by the Company to ensure compliance with the terms of this Agreement and the Company shall be entitled to condition any such Transfer on receipt of an opinion of counsel reasonably acceptable to the Company that such Transfer is exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act.
Adhesion. The student enrolled in the Degree Course in for the A.Y. 2022/2023 subscribes to the services provided by the University and accepts them in the form in which they are provided.
Adhesion. The transfer by Shareholders, in the form established in this Agreement, of their Shares, including Transfer by Shareholders or Consenting Intervening Parties of Indirect Participations, is subject to previous and express signature, by the acquirer/assignee, of the adhesion term to the present Agreement, which will oblige, irrevocably and irreversibly, the compliance of all the obligations foreseen in this Agreement, and subsequent amendments.
Adhesion. The screen surface material must have a pressure-sensitive adhesive, which conforms to adhesive requirements of FP-85 (Class 1) and ASTM D 4956 (Class 1). The pressure-sensitive adhesive is recommended for application by hand or with a mechanical squeeze roller applicator. This type adhesive lends itself to large-scale rapid production of signs. Applications should be made with sheeting and substrate at temperatures above 65˚ F (18˚C).
Adhesion. In the event the Third Party Purchaser acquires all the Offered Beneficiary Rights owned by a Beneficiary in this Trust Agreement, in order for said Transfer to be effective, simultaneously to the date on which the Transfer shall become effective, the Third Party Purchaser must agree in writing to be bound by the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement and the Shareholder’s Agreement, on the same terms, mutatis mutandis, as the transferring Beneficiary was bound thereunder. Any Transfer that occurs with respect to the Beneficiary Rights without compliance with the terms set forth in this Clause IV shall be null and void, and shall not be effective against the Trust or the Trustee, and the Trustee shall not record such transfer in its record of Beneficiary Rights. In such event, the Third Party Purchaser may not exercise any rights pertaining to the Offered Beneficiary Rights.
Adhesion. 90 ounces force/inch (1.0 N/mm) in width.
Adhesion. The adhesive must be of uniform thickness around the circumference of the lining. Calendared adhesive with an overlap is not acceptable. The adhesion shall be such that the rate of separation of a 1½” strip of lining, transversely cut, shall not be greater than 1” per minute under a weight of 18 lbs. No Exceptions. Thickness of liner and adhesive shall not exceed 0.052” for 1½” through 2½” hose, and 0.062” for 3” hose.
Adhesion patients in the Adhesion phase have generally succeeded in the process of regulating their negative emotions regarding their health condition, and have thus developed a good acceptance of their disease. They have a good awareness of what is happening to them, and of what they have and can do to manage it. However, patients in adhesion are not fully autonomous: they still perceive themselves as “patients” (as opposed to “persons”), and their illness as something rather external to them (as opposed to something that is part of their current life). Thus, they need to be supported into maintaining correct health behaviours, as these are not necessarily part of their daily routine: health behaviours are perceived as something they have to do, but not as something that is the new “normality”. Changes or atypical situations might constitute triggers for non-adherence. Patients in Adhesion need to be supported in building a solid daily routine, and to be supported in becoming more autonomous (e.g., be supported in accomplishing simple tasks in self-management or information seeking behaviours, without direct prompts, and with tools to set up a daily routine of self-care).
Adhesion adhesion patients have a higher level of engagement. Thus, they can be expected to be more interested in the reasons behind a certain medication has been prescribed, as to help them to become more responsible in self-management in particular when circumstances are outside their normal routine.
Adhesion. Adhesion has been assessed according to EN ISO 11600. The result of the assessment is cohesive failure of the foam at an elongation of less than 7,5%.