Analysis. LICENSEE represents and agrees that it will only incorporate Components received from authorized suppliers into Licensed Products and for no other purpose, and that LICENSEE will not directly or indirectly attempt to reverse-engineer any material provided to it hereunder by LICENSEE or any supplier of any Component.
Analysis. Recipient agrees that it will restrict its use of any Data Set to the Analysis described in the Research Plan for which the Data Sets were requested. In addition, Recipient agrees to comply with any conditions that were placed by the cognizant Data Review Entity(ies) on Recipient’s use of the Data Sets as setforth in theapproved Research Plan. Recipient may share Data Sets and/oraccess to Data Sets withthirdparties whoperform services on behalf of, Recipient in its performance of the Research Plan, but only if (i) such third parties are named in the Research Plan, and (ii) Recipient first enters an agree- ment with such third parties binding the third parties to restrictions on the use of the Data Sets that are no less stringent than those placed on Recipient’s use of the Data Sets herein.
Analysis. The delimitation of the continental shelf boundary (CSB) between Finland and the Soviet Union was plotted on U.S. Naval Oceanographic Chart H.O. 4845 (revised July 1, 1968). The CSB extends for a distance of 147.1 nautical miles and the boundary has 21 terminal or turning points with an average distance between the points of 7.4 nautical miles. The minimum and maximum distances between the points are 1.6 and 17.0 nautical miles, respectively. The water depth at the CSB points ranges from 16 to 46 fathoms with an average depth of 31.2 fathoms. The initial point of the CSB (Point 1) also marks the seaward extent into the Gulf of Finland of the international boundary between Finland and the Soviet Union. This point is 30 nautical miles from the mainland. Further details relevant to the international maritime boundary can be found in the following: U.S. Department of State, Office of the Geographer, Finland-USSR Boundary, International Boundary Study No. 74, of February 1, 1967. Points 1 to 3 cover a distance of 7.4 nautical miles and delimit the sea frontier between the two countries for purposes of fishing and sealery. The three points were fixed in 1940 and confirmed by the 1947 Treaty of Peace with Finland. The boundary segment from Point 3 to Point 7 is a line marking the middle of the water area between Finnish and Soviet claims to the territorial sea; the Finnish claim is 4 nautical miles, while the Soviet claim is 12 miles. The length of the segment from Point 3 to 7 is
Analysis. For purposes of this Agreement, the governing analysis of coal samples collected by Seller shall be performed by Standard Laboratories in Evansville, Indiana. All governing analyses performed shall be done in accordance with ASTM standards. Seller shall direct Standard Laboratories to conduct a short proximate analysis of such coal samples and provide the results of such analysis to Buyer at the same time that such results are provided to Seller. If Standard Laboratories fails to deliver any such analytical results to Buyer, Seller shall deliver a copy of such analytical results to Buyer as soon as possible after Buyer’s request. Seller shall or shall cause Standard Laboratories to also provide quick analyses to Buyer for each Shipment. Seller shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause Standard Laboratories to provide the results of its quick analysis within twenty four (24) hours of delivery of the Shipment, or as soon as reasonably practicable. Each calendar month, Seller shall direct Standard Laboratories to analyze the [**] (as set forth in Exhibit A) of the Monthly Composite Sample (the “Monthly Composite Analysis”), which [**] REPRESENTS CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELTY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO A REQUEST FOR CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT Exhibit 10.3 Standard Laboratories shall provide to Seller and Buyer as soon as reasonably practicable. If Buyer requires monthly analysis of any of the other quality specifications set forth on Exhibit A, Buyer shall provide Seller with reasonable advance notice and Seller shall direct Standard Laboratories to perform the relevant analyses for such additional specifications as part of the Monthly Composite Analysis for that particular month. Not more than once every six calendar months, Buyer may request, and Seller shall cause Standard Laboratories to conduct, a Full Proximate Analysis of the Monthly Composite Sample and such analysis shall be treated as the Monthly Composite Analysis for that particular month. Seller shall require Standard Laboratories to retain samples for thirty (30) days after such results are submitted to Seller, during which period Buyer may request from Seller a split of such samples for purposes of conducting its own analyses. If Buyer does not give Seller notice within such thirty (30) day period that, based on analysis of such split by Buyer, Buyer disagrees with Seller’s analysis, then Seller’s analysis shall apply to all of the Coal in ...
Analysis. For the first year of operation of ethanol production at the Plant, EKAE shall, on a weekly basis, furnish UBEI with a composite analysis on all Distiller's Grains produced at the Plant. Thereafter, at a minimum, a composite analysis on all Distiller's Grains produced at the Plant shall be sent once a month to UBEI. It is understood that said analysis is a composite and may or may not be indicative of the current analysis.
Analysis. As required by the NRC Maintenance Rule, the Developer may, at its discretion and with the Connecting Transmission Owners’ reasonable cooperation, conduct an analysis of a failure of any Scriba Substation component identified in Section 5 of Appendix C, and any personnel error leading to the failure of any such component. The Connecting Transmission Owners will cooperate with the Developer and promptly, upon Developer’s request, provide Developer with all information under the Connecting Transmission Owners’ control and consistent with Good Utility Practice necessary for Developer to: (1) determine whether the failure was a functional failure of equipment or the result of personnel error; (2) determine whether the failure, if a functional failure, was maintenance preventable; and (3) conduct root cause analyses of those failures as the Developer deems appropriate. At the request of Developer, and at Developer’s expense, the Connecting Transmission Owners shall assist in the performance of a root cause analysis for any Scriba Substation component failure identified in Section 5 of Appendix C and any personnel error leading to the failure of any such component, as Developer deems necessary.