Blocks Sample Clauses

Blocks. (1) McKissick 75-ton, 3-sheave traveling block, Model 82A, with (3) 17" sheaves, grooved for 7/8 In. wire line (1) McKissick 75-ton, 3-sheave traveling block, Model 92S, with (3) 17" sheaves, grooved for 7/8 In. wire line
Blocks. SIRONA intends to continue to market and sell blocks for its CAD/CAM systems. For so long as SIRONA blocks are competitive in quality and price, Patterson will ensure that SIRONA blocks are marketed actively.
Blocks. A. Blocks shall be instituted according to the following criteria in the Guest Teacher Complaint Procedure outlined in Article VIII.:
Blocks. Blocks as shown on Exhibit “B” shall be allowed.
Blocks. A block is the prohibiting of a substitute teacher to work at one or more school sites as a result of disciplinary action(s). Blocks shall be instituted according to the following criteria in the Substitute Teacher Complaint Procedure outlined in Article XXVI.E above:
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Power System Stabilizers The Developer shall procure, install, maintain and operate Power System Stabilizers in accordance with the requirements identified in the Interconnection Studies conducted for Developer’s Large Generating Facility. NYISO and Connecting Transmission Owner reserve the right to reasonably establish minimum acceptable settings for any installed Power System Stabilizers, subject to the design and operating limitations of the Large Generating Facility. If the Large Generating Facility’s Power System Stabilizers are removed from service or not capable of automatic operation, the Developer shall immediately notify the Connecting Transmission Owner and NYISO. The requirements of this paragraph shall not apply to wind generators.
Overbuilds Embarq will not provide non-discriminatory access to FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop on an unbundled basis when Embarq has deployed a FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop parallel to, or in replacement of, an existing loop facility, except that:
Dimensions Dimensional requirements with respect to electric station/substation facilities will vary on a case-by-case basis. In all cases, however, the Requesting Party shall obtain sufficient area to allow safe construction, operation and maintenance of the New Facilities, in conformity with applicable land use and environmental laws, rules and regulations, including, without limitation, bulk, setback and other intensity requirements of applicable zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, and wetlands setback requirements. Basic width for the fee-owned or easement strip for 115kV transmission lines shall be 100 feet, with the transmission facility constructed in the center of the strip. NMPC will advise the Requesting Party if there will be any additional right-of-way requirements. This requirement may be modified by the agreement of the parties as the scope of the project is further developed or if there are changes to the project. Where extreme side-hill exists, additional width beyond the 25 feet may be required on the uphill side of the strip to allow additional danger tree removal. Where guyed angle structures are to be installed, additional fee strip widths or permanent easement shall be obtained by the Requesting Party on the outside of the angle to provide for installation of guys and anchors within the fee-owned strip or permanent easement. The width of the additional strip shall be a minimum of 25 feet. The length of the strip shall be sufficient to assure that all guys and anchors will fall within the fee-owned strip. A 125’ strip will then be typically required.
Access Toll Connecting Trunk Group Architecture 8.2.1 If Reconex chooses to subtend a Verizon access Tandem, Reconex’s NPA/NXX must be assigned by Reconex to subtend the same Verizon access Tandem that a Verizon NPA/NXX serving the same Rate Center subtends as identified in the LERG.
Camps a) Camps are not permitted within eighty (80) road kilometres of Regina or Saskatoon.
Antennas Two 8' UHX antennas (facing Northeast) and two 8' UHX antennas (facing Ft Wayne) are to be provided and installed.
SMOKE DETECTORS The Texas Property Code requires that the Premises be equipped with smoke detectors in certain locations. Said Code will govern the rights and obligations of the parties regarding smoke detectors. All requests for additional installation, inspection or repair of smoke detectors must be made in writing by Tenant to Landlord. Disconnecting or intentionally damaging a smoke detector or removing a battery without immediately replacing it with a working battery may subject Tenant to civil penalties and liability for damages and attorney fees under the Texas Property Code.
Welding 1) General rule:
Scope of Interconnection Service 1.3.1 The NYISO will provide Energy Resource Interconnection Service and Capacity Resource Interconnection Service to Interconnection Customer at the Point of Interconnection, subject to the requirements in Attachment 5.
Infrastructure Include totals from the “Infrastructure” portions of Items 2, 4 and 16. *** Furnishing and Equipment : Include totals from only the “moveable” portions of Items 11 and 12. I certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that all of the amounts set forth on this Certificate are true and correct and are supported by the financial records for this project on file with the Contractor. Contractor By: Date Title: I certify to the best of my knowledge, information and belief that the amounts certified by the Contractor are consistent with the estimates provided in my final Statement of Probable Cost for the Project; that the Building Improvement contains a footprint based upon a line 5 feet outside the building structure) of square feet, a total of gross square feet, and contains floors (including basements). The building fire protection system is (include type of system). The Certificate of Occupancy was issued on . I further certify that the design intent for this project is that the Building and Building Improvements are of Building Construction Class and ISO Occupancy Type(s) and have an expected useful life of years from the date of this Certificate, and that my observations of the construction confirm these expectations. (See Exhibit J of Design Professional Contract.)