Alaska Sample Clauses

Alaska. The policy is hereby amended for Alaska as follows:
Alaska. Add the Borrower's Post Office address, if different from the property address.
Alaska. ORIENTATION BRIEFING‌ Lower 48 resources filling Resource Order requests for incident assignments in Alaska will have an Alaska Orientation Briefing package made available to them prior to deployment to Alaska.
Alaska. GENERAL PROVISIONSWHAT IS COVERED: “This Contract does provide Coverage if Your Vehicle is used for snow removal, provided Your Vehicle is properly equipped for such use and is not used commercially”. GENERAL PROVISIONS – WHAT IS NOT COVERED: “This Contract does not provide Coverage for damages for bad faith, punitive or exemplary damages, personal injury including bodily injury, property damage (except as specifically stated in the Contract), and attorney’s fees”. The section entitled “CANCELLATIONS”:
Alaska. The Notes will be sold in Alaska to accredited investors only (as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended). The investor should purchase the Notes for investment purposes only and not with a view to distribution. Alaska investors are required to sign and complete the accredited investor certification attached as Exhibit D hereto. Arizona Buyers that are residents of Arizona must have either (i) a minimum of $150,000 (or $200,000 when combined with spouse) in gross income during the prior year and a reasonable expectation that the investor will have such income in the current year; or (ii) minimum net worth (exclusive of home, furnishings and automobiles) of $350,000 (or $400,000 when combined with spouse) with the Purchase Price for the Notes not exceeding 10% of the net worth of the Buyer (together with a spouse, if applicable).
Alaska. (a) University of Alaska, Anchorage;
Alaska. Natives have the highest incidence and mortality from colorectal cancer compared to all other populations except African-American males, whose mortality is slightly above that of Alaska Natives.25 The remainder of this chapter is devoted to Maryland- specific health and cancer disparities. Maryland data, where available, will be provided for African Americans, Hispanics, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Native American/Alaska Natives, and whites. Major factors contributing to cancer disparities in Maryland are dis- cussed, including geography, insurance status, socioe- conomic status, and age. The chapter concludes with a discussion of some emerging special populations in the state and provides recommendations to reduce or elim- inate cancer disparities in Maryland. Classification of Race and Ethnicity This chapter uses the standard federal classification of race and ethnicity referred to as “OMB Directive 15.” For more than 20 years, the standards in the federal Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Statistical Policy Directive No. 15 have provided a common lan- guage to promote uniformity and comparability for data on race and ethnicity for population groups. These standards were developed to provide consistent data on race and ethnicity throughout the federal gov- ernment. Development of these data standards stemmed, in large measure, from new responsibilities to enforce civil rights laws. Data were needed to mon- itor equal access in housing, education, employment, and other areas for populations that historically had experienced discrimination and differential treatment because of their race or ethnicity. The standards are used not only in the census (which provides the data for the “denominator” for many measures), but also in household surveys, on administrative forms (e.g., school registration and mortgage lending applications), and in medical and other research. The categories rep- resent a social-political construct designed for collect- ing data on the race and ethnicity of broad population groups in this country and are not anthropologically or scientifically based. The standards have five categories for data on race: American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and white. There are two categories for data on ethnicity: “Hispanic or Latino” and “Not Hispanic or Latino.” The definitions of these categories is as follows: American Indian or Alaska Native: A person having origins in any o...
Alaska. Municipal League: a voluntary non-profit organization in Alaska that represents Member local governments.
Alaska. TD225.M364F65 Juneau, February, 1995. ADL 1-2 wln97-309452 Oct Final Report: Washeteria/Water Tanker/Warm Storage Facility: St. Xxxxxxx, Alaska. TD225.S146F56 Juneau, March, 1993. ADL 5 wln93-365484 Oct Final Report: Waste Disposal Facilities: Akiak, Alaska. TD525.A315F65 Juneau, February, 1994. ADL 1-2 wln97-304438 Oct Final Report: Waste Haul Demonstration Project: Xxxxxxx Point, Alaska. Juneau, March, 1992. ADL 1-2 TD525.S494F65 wln97-313471 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Improvements: Nikolai, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1993. ADL 3, 5 TD225.N58F56 wln93-365537 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Improvements: Shungnak, Alaska. Juneau, January, 1995. ADL 1-2 TD225.S583F65 wln97-313571 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Improvements: Venetie, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1988. ADL 5 TD225.V55F49 wln89-310786 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Project: Akiak, Alaska. TD788.4.A42A315 Juneau, March, 1992. ADL 1-2 wln97-304480 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Project: Chignik Lagoon, Alaska. Juneau, March, 1991. ADL 1-2 TD225.C433F65 wln97-305885 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Project: Emmonak, Alaska. TD225.E54F65 Juneau, February, 1991. ADL 1-2 wln97-306450 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer Project: Evansville, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1988. ADL 5 TD225.E92F49 wln89-315729 Oct Final Report: Water and Sewer System Project: Gambell, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1993. ADL 3, 5 TD225.G35F56 wln93-363947 Oct Final Report: Water Plant Boiler Replacement: Noorvik, Alaska. Juneau, June, 1990. ADL 1-3 TD225.N77F65 wln97-310054 Oct Final Report: Water Supply Improvements and Waste Disposal Study: Takotna, Alaska. ADL 5 TD225.T13F49 Juneau, April, 1996. wln89-310579 Oct Final Report: Water Supply Improvements, Phase I: Xxxxxx Bay, Alaska. Juneau, March, 1993. ADL 3, 5 TD225.H66F56 wln93-365229 Oct Final Report: Water Supply Improvements: St. Xxxxxx, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1992. ADL 1-2 TD225.S134F65 wln97-311657 Oct Final Report: Water Supply Improvements: St. Xxxx, Alaska. Juneau, February, 1991. ADL 1-2 TD225.S147F65 wln97-313396 Oct Final Report: Water Supply Line: Allakaket, Alaska. Juneau, March, 1992. ADL 1-2 TD225.A442F65 wln97-304612 Oct Final Report: Water System Area 2: Chignik, Alaska. Juneau, April, 1991. ADL 1-2 TD225.C43F65 wln97-305351 Oct Final Report: Water System Improvements: Whittier, Alaska. Juneau, March, 1997. ADL 1-2 TD225.W54 F65 wln97-315297 Oct Final Report: Water System Improvement: Kasaan, Alaska. TD225.K15F49 Juneau, January, 1986. ADL 5...
Alaska. Within the “ADMINISTRATOR OBLIGOR” section of this Contract, the following sentence(s) is amended: “If a covered service is not paid within thirty (30) days after proof of loss has been filed, You may file a claim with Dealers Assurance Company at the address listed above.” Within the “CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL” section of this Contract, the following sentence(s) is amended: “Cancellation by the Administrator”, “The Administrator may cancel this Contract for: 1) nonpayment of the Service Contract price; 2) Your conviction of a crime which involves an act that increases a hazard covered by this Contract; 3) discovery of fraud or material misrepresentation by You, or a representative of You, in obtaining this Contract or in pursuing a claim under this Contract; 4) discovery of a grossly negligent act or omission by You that substantially increases the hazards covered by this Contract; 5) physical changes in the Vehicle that result in the Vehicle becoming ineligible for coverage under this Contract; or