Blocking. Nothing in this Agreement shall restrict either Party from offering to its end user customers the ability to block the completion of information service traffic.
Blocking o To ensure the equal and fair use of the Shared Assets Area capacity by its parent companies, the following car classification requirements will govern: - Each parent company will be required to block inbound trains for the Shared Assets Areas. Each parent will make the number of blocks called for in the split-date Operating Plan. Failure to comply with inbound blocking requirements and execute appropriate setoffs (unless otherwise directed by Shared Assets management) within the Shared Assets Area will result in an assessment of $50.00 per loaded or empty car. - Management of the Shared Assets Areas will be required to block outbound trains. Parent companies will receive the number of blocks at each Shared Assets Area terminal that is called for in the split-date Operating Plan. - Changes to the number of blocks made by or delivered to a Shared Asset terminal may be made only by mutual consent of all three parties. - Parent companies, except by joint agreement, may not compel the Shared Assets Areas management to make a greater number of blocks at any terminal, beyond the number of called for in the split-date Operating Plan. - Each parent may change the definition of its own specific blocks originating at a Shared Assets Area terminal. Hours of Service and Recrews o Train crews on parent trains approaching a Shared Assets Area must have sufficient time to terminate in or exit the Shared Assets Areas before hours-of-service laws require them to rest. Sufficient time is considered the trains scheduled elapsed time to terminate in or pass through the Shared Assets Area. The Shared Assets Areas management may grant an exception if the train can make it to its destination without undue disruption.
Blocking. Employees exercising banking rights under 'G' 10.03.2 and 'G' 10.03.3 above may block Statutory Holiday lieu days in groups of five (5) days or less subject to staffing requirements as determined by the Employer and wherever possible will be tied to the employee's regular days off or annual vacation.
Blocking. Provide blocking in walls at all locations that require additional wall support, such as for fire extinguishers, grab bars, mirrors, lavatories, toilet accessories, finish hardware, etc. In addition, one row of 2x6 continuous wood blocking shall be required for the perimeter wall unit fixtures, installed at 72” above finished floor to top of blocking.
Blocking. The dissimilation cases (Poser 1993:137, McCarthy 2007) do not pose any issue for the analysis. The dissimilation is between two adjacent root-nodes in the assimilation. In our model, it means it can be targeted by a markedness constraint that refers to the precedence relation. As in the case for Basque, I postulate a generic markedness constraint that targets the banned sequence of adjacent root nodes. Also notice that the previous analysis is unaffected by the introduction of this constraint because it can only be violated for /sn/ sequences, and in the examples above that was never the case. Derived sibilants do not undergo, but trigger harmony. Let us consider the two cases separately. Recall that in Chumash, harmony is from right-to-left. In the tableau below, the [+anterior] sibilant would normally induce regressive assimilation of all preceding sibilants. However, this requirement conflicts with the effect of local assimilation, which prefers candidates with the [−anterior] sibilant. ERC Input Winner Loser *sn ID-IO(+sib) RELATE-[+sib] ID-[+sib](ant) ALIGN([+sib], R) ID-IO(+sib-head) ID-IO(-ant) ID-IO(+ant) 8 sn…s ʃn…s sxn…(s)x W L L L W 9 sn…s ʃn…s (ʃ)xn…ʃx W L L W W L Derived sibilants, instead, trigger harmony. This is because in this case, local assimilation is not in conflict with long-distance agreement, in fact, it feeds it. Since there is no longer a conflict to be resolved, the optimal candidate is the one that displays both local and long-distance agreement. ERC Input Winner Loser *sn ID-IO(+sib) RELATE-[+sib] ID-[+sib](ant) ALIGN([+sib], R) ID-IO(+sib-head) ID-IO(-ant) ID-IO(+ant)
Blocking. Nothing in this Agreement shall restrict either Party from offering to its end user customers the ability to block the completion of information service traffic. If TEL - LINK does not wish to be responsible for collect, third number billed, toll, 900 and 976 calls, it must order blocking for resold lines and pay any applicable charges. Should GTE block its end users from making 976 calls, GTE shall also block TEL - LINK resale end users from making such calls.