Capping Sample Clauses

Capping. The rail bed, defined as extending from opposite toes-of-slope of the ballast field, if present, or a minimum of 7 feet on either side of the centerline of the former track, shall be graded and capped with pavement or other suitable material to prevent contact with the surface soil. This cap should have a minimum thickness of one to two feet. Actual cap design should be developed on a project-specific basis taking into account specific requirements of State and Local environmental regulation.
Capping. Interproximal of teeth Space Nutritional counseling (Once every months per family) Polishing and finishing restorations Occlusal pit and fissure Sealants Protective athletic mouth appliance (once yearly) ENDODONTIC SERVICES Emergency Procedures PERIODONTAL SERVICES Management of acute infections and other oral lesions SURGICAL SERVICES Surgical incision Miscellaneous surgical services GENERAL SERVICES Drugs (Injections) Basic Services Payable CASE PRESENTATION Treatment planning with patient RESTORATIVE SERVICES Amalgam Restorations Primary Teeth Permanent anterior and bicuspid teeth Permanent molar teeth Pin Reinforcement restorations Acrylic or composite restorations Other restorative services Crowns ENDODONTIC SERVICES pulpotomy Root Canal Therapy Periapical Services Banding of tooth to maintain Sterile operating field Chemical Bleaching Intentional removal, apical and reimplantation Emergency procedures
Capping. The rail bed, defined as extending from opposite toes-of-slope of the ballast field, if present, or a minimum of 7 feet on either side of the centerline of the former track, shall be graded and capped with pavement or other suitable material to prevent contact with the surface soil. This cap should have a minimum thickness of one to two feet. Actual cap design should be developed on a project-specific basis taking into account specific requirements of State and Local environmental regulation. Exhibit “C” Leases, Licenses and Agreements EXHIBIT C PREFIX NUMBER SUFFIX TYPE NAME DATE CSX 014366 XXXX OF SALE XXXXXXX XXXXXXX E 5/15/1991 SCL 003093 DRAINAGE DITCH FLORIDA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 6/13/1969 CSX 700472 EMPTY CONDUIT WINDSTREAM FLORIDA, INC. 6/19/2012 CSX 021326 A92 WIRELINE CROSSING DUKE ENERGY FLORIDA, INC. 11/6/1996 CSX 633386 FIBER PUBLIC ROW DUKE ENERGY FLORIDA, INC. 5/21/2009 CSX 700472 FIBER PUBLIC ROW WINDSTREAM FLORIDA, INC. 6/19/2012 ACL 022353 DRAINAGE PIPELINE FLORIDA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 1/16/1968 CSX 049090 GAS PIPELINE CROSSING ARGOS USA CORP 7/14/2005 CSX 042365 SEWER PIPELINE HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 5/1/2003 CSX 042366 SEWER PIPELINE HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 5/1/2003 CSX 042367 SEWER PIPELINE HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 5/1/2003 CSX 049505 SEWER PIPELINE HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 10/17/2005 ACL 020238 WATER PIPELINE LONGITUDINAL HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 3/2/1966 ACL 009280 WATER PIPELINE CROSSING HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 3/29/1955 ACL 000000 XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XX 7/21/1959 ACL 000000 XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XX 6/19/1961 ACL X00000 XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XX 7/17/1941 ACL X00000 XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XX 2/17/1949 CSX 034855 WATER PIPELINE CROSSING NEWBERRY CITY OF 4/27/1999 CSX 046860 WATER PIPELINE CROSSING HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 3/3/2004 CSX 046861 WATER PIPELINE CROSSING HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 3/3/2004 SCL 009684 WATER PIPELINE CROSSING HIGH SPRINGS CITY OF 9/15/1971 ACL 000000 XXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XX 9/4/1959 ACL 019357 REAL ESTATE LAND FLORIDA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2/15/1965 ACL F01799 REAL ESTATE LAND FLORIDA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 6/7/1950 SBD 008568 REAL ESTATE LAND FAIRFAX NURSING CENTER INC 6/1/1985 SCL 022074 REAL ESTATE LAND PRIME CONDUIT INC 5/15/1975 SCL 036060 REAL ESTATE LAND XXXXX XXXXXXX 10/14/1982 SCL 020393 TRACK LEASE XXXXXX AND SESSIONS 3/1/1975 ACL 016494 WIRELINE AGREEMENT WINDSTREAM FLORIDA INC 5/24/1962 CSX 014257 CABLE WIRELINE PUBLIC ROW ALTITUDE COMMUNICATIONS LLC 5/1...
Capping. 4.2.1 The BID Levy due in respect of a Hereditament shall not exceed £28,000 (“the Capped Levy”) for the first Chargeable Period of the BID Term. From the second Chargeable Period of the BID Term, the BID Levy due in respect of the Hereditament shall be the Capped Levy including indexation. Thereafter, payment of the BID Levy for each Chargeable Period shall be the Capped Levy (including indexation from the previous Chargeable Period) plus indexation for the relevant current Chargeable Period.
Capping. The allowance is capped and will therefore never exceed the income that the employee would have earned if he had continued to work until the state pension age applicable to him (based on the last-earned gross monthly salary).
Capping. The bachelor’s plus one-hundred-thirty-five (135) column is capped. The termCap” means non-grandfathered employees shall not enter the column. The column shall remain on the Moses Lake schedule for as long as it is on the State LEAP Allocation Schedule.
Capping. Much precedent exists for capping archaeological properties as a treatment measure under the NHPA and CEQA (Environmental Laboratory 1988a, 1988b, 1988c, 1989a, 1989b, 1992a; 14 CCR15126.4[b] [3] [B] [2–4]). Capping an archaeological property under protective material is arguably a means to preserve it in place, shielding the property from effects such as looting, inadvertent construction and recreational damage, and exposure to the elements. Additionally, capping does not result in the degree of damage to the property that archaeological excavation entails. A number of practical issues must be considered before the Corps decides to cap an archaeological property. The goal of capping is in-place preservation of the subject historic property. The type of protective covering selected will vary with the characteristics of the property, the property’s environmental character, and the nature of known or anticipated effects on the property. The Environmental Laboratory (1989a:4–5, Figure 2) identifies a number of natural and cultural processes that affect the characteristics and potentially the historic integrity of archaeological properties. Effective capping programs depend on balancing and, where possible, maximizing the preservation of archaeological materials contained in the subject property. Priority must be given to those archaeological constituents that convey the archaeological property’s historic significance. An effective capping program, therefore, hinges on appropriate identification efforts within archaeological sites. Once the Corps has identified the archaeological constituents that require preservation and the desired conditions to effect preservation, qualified staff should work with engineers and other specialists as needed to design a suitable cap for the archaeological property. The Corps should incorporate a preservation monitoring program into the capping design to ensure that the capping design has the desired preservation outcome. The Corps has tested a variety of capping and preservation monitoring programs, which should be consulted during design (Environmental Laboratory 1988a, 1988b, 1988c, 1989a, 1989b, 1992a). Where capping is a feasible treatment measure, it is probably best employed on archaeological properties eligible for the NRHP under Criterion D and perhaps Criterion C. Capping may not protect important aspects of integrity for archaeological properties eligible under NRHP Criteria A and B. Site Stabilization Archaeological...

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