Artificial Sample Clauses

Artificial. {a) The cutting, setting and pointing of cement blocks and all artificial stone or marble, either interior or exterior when set by the usual custom of the Stonemason and Marble Setter.
Artificial any agreement, arrangement, practice or benefit with or at the instigation of the Vendor or any Associate of the Vendor or of any director, officer or senior employee of the Company or any Subsidiary or any Associate of such person the effect of which has been to artificially increase the net profit of the Company or any Subsidiary, whether by affording to it goods or services below the fair commercial rate or taking from it goods or services in excess of the fair commercial rate, or otherwise;
Artificial. Solutions shall not engage any sub-processor to process any Personal Data under this Addendum without the Customer’s prior written consent. The Customer provides general consent Artificial Solutions' appointment of the Artificial Solutions affiliates and applicable third party sub-processors listed under Annex 3. Artificial Solutions may update the list of approved sub-processors, at which point the Customer will have the opportunity to object within forty-five
Artificial. Solutions shall notify the Customer promptly and without undue delay after becoming aware of any accidental, unlawful or unauthorized destruction, loss, alteration, access to, disclosure of or processing of Personal Data ("Incident"). Such notice shall include reasonable details of the Incident which are known to Artificial Solutions at the time, including without limitation, where possible: (i) a description of the Incident; (ii) likely consequences of the Incident; (iii) the number of data subjects affected, number of records affected and the types of records affected; and (iv) the measures taken or proposed to be taken to address the Incident, including measures to mitigate possible adverse effects of the Incident.
Artificial. 7 reproductive technology, includ- 8 ing in vitro fertilization, GIFT, 9 ZIFT to lifetime maximum of 10 $30,000. 12 Diagnostic X-Ray & Laboratory 100% 80% after 13 (other than physician's office) deductible 14 15 Durable Medical Equipment 100% 80% after 16 deductible 18 Prescription Drugs 19 Retail pharmacies (local 100% after 10% co-pay 100% of 20 and nationwide) off discounted charge, submitted cost 21 for 30-day supply at after a 20% co- 22 Oral contraceptives, participating pharma- pay for 30-day 23 fertility drugs (oral and cies. supply. 24 injectable), and diabetic 25 supplies included 27 No mandatory generics 28 29 Mail-order pharmacy program 100% after $5 generic N/A 30 (Merck-Medco) and $7 brand co-pay 31 for a 90-day supply 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 *Once both the annual (calendar year) deductible and the coinsurance limit (a combined total of $850 per individual or 41 $1,800 per family) have been reached, all medical services received out-of-network for the remainder of the calendar 42 year are benefited at 100% (except for: prescription co-pays; coinsurance payments for outpatient mental health, 43 outpatient alcohol/drug abuse, and non-emergency use of emergency room services; and penalty payments).
Artificial. Intelligence has gotten a lot better in the past couple of years in understanding what the user wants in natural language. The API economy has matured to the point where many useful services can be accessed from computers to complete real-world tasks. In short, chatbots are used in human users' preferred environments (messaging apps), converse with users in natural language, understand what users want, and do the humans' bidding through a large network of connected services. Chatbots have many different forms of use. They can be used as a questioning-answering computer system, as a multiple choice menu to route users for a more personalized experience, as voice-based bots or chat-based bots that humans can chat with, incorporated into mobile apps and wearable devices with a voice interface, as home automation with voice commands and many other applications
Artificial devices to replace, in whole or in part, a leg, an arm or an eye;
Artificial diet The thrips diet was based on a general dietary mixture for insects formulated by Xxxxx (1983). We adapted the original formula to obtain a liquid diet on which piercing-sucking insects, like WFT, could feed (Table 1). All ingredients were mixed with a specific volume of either ultra-pure deionized water or buffer solution. The mixture was vortexed (1 min), sonicated (5 min, 20 °C) and centrifuged to remove remaining insoluble residues. A solution of chlorogenic acid (5-caffeoylquinic acid, 5-CQA) was added at this point to obtain a concentration of 1%. The solubility of 5-CQA in water is ca. 2% at 20 °C. However, amorphous crystals of 5-CQA do not disintegrate easily at room temperature and the solution must be heated up to 70 °C to achieve complete dissolution. The concentration of PPO used was 450 units mL-1. Fresh diets were prepared right before each bioassay and their final pH values were measured with pH-indicator strips of 0.5 units of precision. Chapter 6 Table 1. Composition of the artificial diet for larval thrips based on the generalist insect formula by Xxxxx (1983). Ingredient Concentration (%) Casein 3.50 Cholesterol 0.05 Linoleic acid 0.25 Sucrose 3.00 Vanderzant vitamins 2.00 α-Tocopherol 2.26 Ascorbic Acid 76.43 Biotin 0.01 Calcium Pantothenate 0.28 Choline Chloride 14.15 Folic Acid 0.07 Inositol 5.66 Vitamin B3 amide 0.28 Vitamin B6 HCl 0.07 Vitamin B2 0.14 Vitamin B1 HCl 0.07 Vitamin B12 Wesson’s salt 0.57 1.00 Deionized water was used as solvent. Mixture was vortexed, sonicated and centrifuged Insects and bioassay Thrips larvae were reared on fresh Italian string beans, Phaseolus vulgaris, in a climate room (12/12 hr photoperiod, 20 °C). Adults of a virus-free WFT biotype, reared for several months on chrysanthemum flowers, were let to feed and oviposit on the beans for 24 hrs. After 5-6 days the larvae emerged. For the artificial diet bioassay first-instar larvae were transferred to special growth plates made of clear plastic. These plates consisted of three detachable pieces. The first piece had a cylindrical well (1mm, 4 mm i.d.) where the liquid dietary treatment was poured. The well was covered each time with maximally stretched parafilm, through which thrips can feed (Teulon, 1992). The second block had a cylindrical orifice (3 mm, 6 mm i.d.) that constituted the chamber for the larva. A 3 mm-thick lid was used as the top layer. All pieces were tightly kept together with strong clips. A total of 30 replicates were prepa- red ...
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