Body. (i) External surface skins and doublers, longitudinal stiffeners, longerons and circumferential rings and frames between the forward pressure bulkhead and the vertical stabilizer rear spar bulkhead and structural support and enclosure for the APU but excluding all system components and related installation and connecting devices, insulation, lining, and decorative panels and related installation and connecting devices.
Body. The body is where the majority of learning and assessment occur. Provide a description of the body of your lesson. Will students be informed as to the level which they are expected to comprehend the information presented, i.e. introductory level, practice/reinforcement of content, or mastery of content? This section should be a complete outline of your lesson if not made available by other included materials, i.e. copy of guided notes. Consider the research based strategies within a lesson that affect student achievement. They are as follows: • Identifying similarities and differences • Summarizing and note taking • Reinforcing effort and providing recognition • Nonlinguistic representations • Cooperative learning • Generating and testing hypotheses • Questions, cues, and advanced organizers (KWL) • Systematic vocabulary instruction In the body of your lesson, indicate which strategies you are using to teach your content. If you have questions regarding these strategies, ask your administrator prior to your observation. List how you will be assessing student understanding throughout the lesson body. What type of questioning will you be using: open discussion, non-directive, directive, Socratic questioning (uncovering assumptions and evidence to support a fact or argument – dig down), others. Will every student be involved in the lesson for the day? Will students be requested to assist in the day’s instruction? How will you make the body of your lesson meaningful and recallable? Is this important? Describe how you will assess the body of your lesson.
Body. All arbitration hereunder will be conducted with either: (i) The American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) pursuant to its Commercial Arbitration Rules; (ii) United States Arbitration & Mediation (“USA&M”) pursuant to its Consolidated Arbitration Rules; or (iii) JAMS pursuant to its Streamlined Arbitration Rules & Procedures (exclusive in each case of any rules regarding class action proceedings which are prohibited hereunder). The party first filing an arbitration claim shall designate which arbitration forum and rules are to be applied for all Disputes between the parties. The arbitration rules are currently found at www.adr.org for AAA, at www.usam-midwest.com for USA&M and at jamsadr.com for JAMS. AAA claims may be filed in any AAA office. Claims filed with USA&M shall be filed in its Midwest office located at 720 Olive Street, Suite 2020, St. Louis, Missouri 63101. Claims filed with JAMS shall be filed in its Chicago office located at 71 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 3090, Chicago, Illinois 60606. If neither AAA, USA&M nor JAMS is willing or able to serve as the arbitration administrator, and the parties are unable to agree upon a substitute arbitrator, then the arbitrator will be selected by the court. All arbitrator(s) selected shall be attorneys with at least five (5) years’ experience in either secured transactions, bankruptcy or creditor’s rights. All arbitrations shall be conducted by one arbitrator except as specifically set forth below or unless all parties agree otherwise. For all individual claims exceeding $2,000,000.00, exclusive of interest, costs and attorney’s fees, a party may demand that the arbitration be conducted by a panel of three (3) arbitrators instead of one arbitrator; provided, that the requesting party shall pay all costs and arbitrator compensation associated with the additional two arbitrators. The parties shall select the arbitrator(s) using the procedures set forth in the arbitration rules of the applicable arbitral forum. The arbitrator(s) shall decide if any inconsistency exists between the rules of the applicable arbitral forum and the arbitration provisions contained herein. If such inconsistency exists, the arbitration provisions contained herein shall control and supersede such rules. The arbitrator(s) shall follow the terms of this Agreement and the applicable law, including without limitation, the attorney-client privilege and the attorney work product doctrine.
Body. External surface skins and doublers, longitudinal stiffeners, longerons and circumferential rings and frames between the forward pressure bulkhead and the vertical stabilizer rear spar bulkhead; provided that all system components and related installation and connecting devices, insulation, lining, and decorative panels and related installation and connecting devices shall not be included in the SLP Components. · Window and windshield structure, excluding the windows and windshields. · Fixed attachment structure of the passenger entry doors, service doors and aft cargo door, excluding door mechanisms and movable hinge components. Sills and frames around the body openings for the passenger entry doors, service doors and aft cargo door, excluding scuff plates and pressure seals. · Nose wheel well structure, including the wheel well walls, pressure deck, bulkheads, and gear support structure. · Main gear wheel well structure including pressure deck and landing gear support structure. · Floor beams and support posts in the cockpit area and passenger cabin area, but excluding seat tracks. · Forward and aft pressure bulkheads. · Keel structure between the wing front spar bulkhead and the main gear wheel well aft bulkhead including splices. · Wing front and rear spar support bulkheads, and vertical and horizontal stabilizer front and rear spar support bulkheads including terminal fittings but excluding all system components and related installation and connecting devices, insulation, lining, decorative panels and related installation and connecting devices. · Support structure in the body for the stabilizer pivot and stabilizer screw.
Body. If there are different types of body, the test shall be performed on the least aerodynamic body. The manufacturer shall provide the necessary data for the selection.
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