Artificial Sample Clauses

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. {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;

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  • Irrigation The City shall provide water to the Premises for the purpose of irrigating the facility. The City specifically reserves the right to restrict water usage under this Agreement if water restrictions are placed on other water users within the City. Prior to the start of the season, City will provide charge up and run through the automatic irrigation systems to check for proper operation. City will provide Lessee with a radio for remote operation of the irrigation system, which Lessee shall use for the day to day maintenance, repair, and monitoring of the irrigation system. If the radio is lost, stolen, broken, or is rendered unusable, Lessee shall pay $1500 for the replacement radio. City is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the following irrigation elements, to the extent applicable: curb stops, backflow prevention devices, backflow enclosures, main line pipings, electric control valves, and controllers. Lessee shall notify Parks Division Water managers by email if any of these irrigation elements are malfunctioning or broken.

  • Wetlands The Recipient agrees to facilitate compliance with the protections for wetlands addressed in Executive Order No. 11990, as amended, “Protection of Wetlands,” at 42 U.S.C. § 4321 note.

  • Noise The Hirer shall ensure that the minimum of noise is made on arrival and departure, particularly late at night and early in the morning. The Hirer shall, if using sound amplification equipment, make use of any noise limitation device provided at the premises and comply with any other licensing condition for the premises.

  • System Logging The system must maintain an automated audit trail which can identify the user or system process which initiates a request for DHCS PHI or PI, or which alters DHCS PHI or PI. The audit trail must be date and time stamped, must log both successful and failed accesses, must be read only, and must be restricted to authorized users. If DHCS PHI or PI is stored in a database, database logging functionality must be enabled. Audit trail data must be archived for at least 3 years after occurrence.

  • Retrenchment At any time during an individual’s service, the individual may be subject to retrenchment in accordance with the provisions of Article 22 of the Agreement. In such cases, the notice provisions and all other terms of that article shall apply, anything above to the contrary notwithstanding.

  • Waste Borrower shall not commit or suffer any waste of the Property or make any change in the use of the Property which will in any way materially increase the risk of fire or other hazard arising out of the operation of the Property, or take any action that might invalidate or give cause for cancellation of any Policy, or do or permit to be done thereon anything that may in any way impair the value of the Property or the security of this Security Instrument. Borrower will not, without the prior written consent of Lender, permit any drilling or exploration for or extraction, removal, or production of any minerals from the surface or the subsurface of the Land, regardless of the depth thereof or the method of mining or extraction thereof.

  • Signaling Each Party will provide the other Party with access to its databases and associated signaling necessary for the routing and completion of the other Party’s traffic in accordance with the provisions contained in the Unbundled Network Element Attachment or applicable access tariff.

  • NOISE/WASTE The Tenant agrees not to commit waste on the premises, maintain, or permit to be maintained, a nuisance thereon, or use, or permit the premises to be used, in an unlawful manner. The Tenant further agrees to abide by any and all local, county, and State noise ordinances.

  • Smoke Detectors At Owner’s expense, smoke detectors will be installed on the Property in working condition in accordance with the law prior to the tenant’s occupancy. During the occupancy, it shall be the tenant’s responsibility to maintain all smoke detectors.

  • Drainage  Prevent silt bearing road surface and ditch runoff from delivering sediment to any streams or wetlands.  Maintain rolling dips and drivable waterbars as needed to keep them functioning as intended.  Maintain headwalls to the road shoulder level with material that will resist erosion.  Maintain energy dissipaters at culvert outlets with non-erodible material or rock.  Keep ditches, culverts, and other drainage structures clear of obstructions and functioning as intended.  Inspect and clean culverts at least monthly, with additional inspections during storms and periods of high runoff. This shall be done even during periods of inactivity. Preventative Maintenance  Perform preventative maintenance work to safeguard against storm damage, such as blading to ensure correct runoff, ditch and culvert cleaning, and waterbar maintenance.