Attraction Sample Clauses

Attraction. As used in this Formal Agreement, "Attraction" means, without limitation (but solely and exclusively in connection with the rights granted pursuant to Paragraph III(A) of the Formal Agreement), live performances, shows, exhibits, attractions, animated and non-animated films (using both then existing films owned or licensed by Dr. Seuss Enterprises and films that may be produced for MCA's purposes; provided, however, that use of existing films owned or licensed by Dr. Seuss Enterprises is subject to Dr. Seuss Enterprises' prior written approval and subject to availability of rights under existing agreements relating to such films), visual displays, demonstrations, set designs, musical shows, live or taped shows or films, all configurations of digital storage and delivery systems and/or technology now known or hereafter devised, including without limitation, all computer-assisted media rights (including without limitation, CD-ROM, CD-I, 3D0 and all similar hard or floppy disc systems, interactive cable limited to exhibition and use within Theme Parks owned or operated by MCA pursuant to this Formal Agreement and the marketing thereof (as provided in Paragraph III(A) of the Formal Agreement) and all other interactive media, systems, devices or methods now known or hereafter devised), virtual reality devices or simulators, backgrounds, costumes, amusement park rides, ride/films, funhouses, strollers, restaurants, food vending facilities, food or merchandise carts, game/arcade areas, decorations, activities, shops, and as otherwise provided in this Formal Agreement and, subject to Paragraph II of the Formal Agreement, in any other manner in which characters or elements are used (or are going to be used) by any means of demonstration, exhibition or technology whether now known or hereafter invented (provided such means shall be consistent with the grant of rights contained in Paragraph III(A) of the Formal Agreement) by MCA in Theme Parks.
Attraction. A concert, theatrical presentation or other entertainment feature to be held at a Facility in the continental United States in respect of which Principal or a Pace Affiliate owns or controls the right to sell Tickets to the public or which is held at a "Pace Facility" or a "Non Pace Facility" (as defined below); provided, however, an Attraction shall not include any event at the Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre located in Atlanta, Georgia or the Starplex Amphitheatre located in Dallas, Texas.

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Profitability Borrower shall maintain, measured as of the last ------------- day of each quarter: (i) a profit of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) as of the last day of the first quarter of fiscal year 2001; (ii) a profit of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000.00) as of the last day of the second and third quarters of fiscal year 2001; and (iii) a profit of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) as of the last day of the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2001, with an allowance for one quarterly loss during such fiscal year of no greater than One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00). Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Borrower shall maintain a profit for fiscal year 2001 of Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($800,000.000). Borrower shall maintain, measured as of the last day of each quarter: (i) a profit of One Dollar ($1.00) as of the last day of each quarter of fiscal years 2002, and 2003"
Incentives The DTHO shall, subject to compliance with each of the Incentive Eligibility Conditions set out in Clause 2.1 of this Addendum, be entitled to avail the following incentives on a cumulative basis for the NATIONAL Bouquet on the NATIONAL Bouquet Rate.
Rewards Participants are eligible to receive points per contract, per calendar year for completion of various programs and activities focused on improving health and wellness of the member. Activities for which points can be earned include: Completion of an annual physical exam, completion of personal health assessment, and participation in cancer screenings. Descriptions of the activities available for completion in the program are available on Our member site at www.cdphp.com. Each point translates into one dollar and can be redeemed for gift cards from a variety of retailers. CDPHP encourages members to continue making positive healthy choices by using gift cards for products or services that promote a healthy lifestyle.
Leadership Providing leadership in the planning and implementation necessary for the successful operation of the Institution and to ensure that the Institution develops to its potential;
Workforce A. The Contractor shall employ only orderly and competent workers, skilled in the performance of the services which they will perform under the Contract.
Mutuality The Parties acknowledge and declare that this Agreement is the result of extensive negotiations between them. Accordingly, if there is any ambiguity in this Agreement, there shall be no presumption that this instrument was prepared solely by any Party.
Subconsultants The Contractor shall not employ, contract with, or use the services of any consultant for the work of this Contract (except such third parties which may be used by the Contractor in the normal course of business, such as couriers, imaging services, etc.) without obtaining the prior written approval of the Agency or Agencies.
Sub-Consultants All sub-consultants shall comply with each and every insurance provision of this Section 3.2.10. Consultant shall therefore not allow any sub-consultant to commence work on any subcontract to perform any part of the Services until it has provided evidence satisfactory to the City that the sub-consultant has secured all insurance required under this Agreement.
PRODUCTIVITY 9.01 The Union and the Employer recognize the mutual value of improving by all proper and reasonable means, the productivity of the individual worker and both will undertake individually and jointly to pro- mote such increased productivity.
Operation of the Business Except as contemplated by this Agreement or as disclosed on Section 6.1 of the Disclosure Schedule (such exceptions and disclosed matters herein referred to as “Permitted Transactions”), Seller shall, and shall cause the Acquired Business to, use all reasonable and good faith efforts (i) to continue, in a manner consistent with the past practices of the Acquired Business, to operate and conduct the Acquired Business in the ordinary course, and (ii) not to take any of the following actions in connection with or on behalf of the Acquired Business without the prior written approval of the Buyer (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed):