Century Sample Clauses

Century. Century is a Delaware corporation, having its principal place of business in Washington, DC.
Century. 21 Advantage Gold will announce the drawing no less than two weeks prior to the event. (AGENTS MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN)
Century. 21 has developed a standard franchise agreement, sales tools and brochures, along with real estate products, programs and services, and a plan for the sublicense of franchises to real estate brokers (which proprietary plan, policies, procedures, merchandising techniques, manuals, forms, advertising and marketing programs, together with certain “CENTURY 21” marks, are hereinafter collectively referred to as the “CENTURY 21 System”). CENTURY 21 is the registered proprietor of all right, title and interest in the “CENTURY 21 Marks” (as defined in Subparagraph 1A of this Agreement) and the intellectual property rights associated with all aspects and elements of the CENTURY 21 System.
Century. The Partnership and those predecessors in interest with respect to the Century Systems that are Affiliates of Century Communications Corp., a Texas corporation.
Century. As defmed in the Recitals.
Century. The term "Century" shall mean Century Casinos, Inc., a Delaware, USA corporation, or any of its subsidiaries or assignees.
Century. Century shall be a holding company with no assets and no Debts other than (i) the capital stock of Ravenswood, (ii) the Parent Guaranty, (iii) the obligation to pay certain intercompany accounts to Vialco as permitted in Section 9.15(iii), (iv) prior to the IPO, the Discontinued Operations, (v) a guaranty by Century in favor of the West Virginia Workers' Compensation Division, pursuant to which Century guarantees the payment of all obligations owed by Ravenswood under the workers' compensation laws of West Virginia; provided that the payment of any and all obligations of Ravenswood to Century arising under or in connection with such guaranty shall be subordinate in payment to the payment of the Obligations, (vi) the equity interests in the Century SPV Subsidiaries, and equity interests and assets acquired by the Century SPV Subsidiaries and Debts incurred by the Century SPV Subsidiaries in connection with a Permitted Century Restricted Investment, (vii) equity interests in other Subsidiaries of Century that are not Century SPV Subsidiaries, and (viii) such assets as are necessary or incidental to the conduct of its business. On or prior to the date on which the IPO is consummated, Century shall divest the Discontinued Operations. Except as provided in the preceding sentence, Century shall not pay any Distributions to Glencore prior to the IPO. After the IPO has been consummated, Glencore shall own no more than forty-nine percent (49%) of the outstanding capital stock of Century."

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  • Asset Management Supplier will: i) maintain an asset inventory of all media and equipment where Accenture Data is stored. Access to such media and equipment will be restricted to authorized Personnel; ii) classify Accenture Data so that it is properly identified and access to it is appropriately restricted; iii) maintain an acceptable use policy with restrictions on printing Accenture Data and procedures for appropriately disposing of printed materials that contain Accenture Data when such data is no longer needed under the Agreement; iv) maintain an appropriate approval process whereby Supplier’s approval is required prior to its Personnel storing Accenture Data on portable devices, remotely accessing Accenture Data, or processing such data outside of Supplier facilities. If remote access is approved, Personnel will use multi-factor authentication, which may include the use of smart cards with certificates, One Time Password (OTP) tokens, and biometrics.

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